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Space is compressed time. It contains a vast history of fleeting moments and memories. All spaces have their own archives of memory, so they are never empty, though they may seem decrepit, disused, or abandoned. Site-specific performance work can access the forgotten banks of memory, revitalizing the space in the moment of performance and endowing formerly neglected structures and sites with new purpose and meaning. The transforming of non-specific spaces into theaters makes them relevant again. Please look for this project in the library. Get off the internet.
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Setzko, Alexander Teale, "What Could Have Been: The Transformative Effect of Site-Specific Performance on Space through the Evocation of Memory" (2013). Senior Projects Spring 2013. 298.
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