Performance Paradigm, Number 2 (March 2006): Japan After the 1960s: The Ends of the Avant-Garde
Performance Paradigm is an interdisciplinary, refereed journal that reflects contemporary performance research across a range of cultures and contexts primarily in Asia and Australia. It is intended as a forum for Asian and Australian scholarship in the fields of live performance, dance, installation, hybrid performance, events and festivals, screen performance, ritual, multimedia and time based art and related areas. It is published annually in themed issues.
The theme of the present issue (Number 2, March 2006) is 'Japan After the 1960s: The Ends of the Avant-Garde'. It investigates the various “ends” of 1960s culture in Japan and the parallel, divergent, multiple outcomes of the 1960s avant-garde.
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