The new issue of Theatre Research International 46.2 is now available on Cambridge Core.
This is a special issue devoted to the subject of Sounding Corporeality. The first fully dedicated special issue of the journal since 2014 (39.3), it takes as its focus the relationship between sounds and bodies in theatre and performance. As the editors tell us in their editorial, the issue ‘acknowledges and examines the intimate interactions, intersections and interventions of the aesthetic, the social and the political, to explore how corporeality sounds and how sonicity moves.
The issue includes research articles, artist reflections and dialogues that engage experimental performance, dance, choreography, installation, opera, and the dynamic interactions between performance forms and media. Contributors survey practices from the US, Israel, Northern Ireland, Singapore, Italy, the UK, India and Australia.