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On Poet-Dancers and Animal-Thinkers: The Bodily Capacity to Read and Make Sense of Unjointed Time and Intensive Space in Wayn Traub's Maria Dolores (2003)

(2010) TEXT AND PERFORMANCE QUARTERLY. 30(4). p.356-373
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G.O.667.08.N.10 'Marqué par une image': onderzoek naar het statuut van het filmbeeld met betrekking tot herinneringsmechanismen en geheugenparadigma’s in een postdramatische esthetiek. Funding Program FWO Contract 22043
Abstract
The Flemish artist and theatre maker Wayn Traub uses the idea of embodied poetics to outwit logos and to introduce intensity and physicality into the cognitive viewing experience and hence to develop a postdramatic theatre aesthetic. In his ‘film-opera’ Maria Dolores (2003), he refers to his actors as ‘poet-dancers’ and ‘animal-thinkers’, thus reflecting a particular desire for poetry to shape language, identity, community and culture.
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Flemish theatre, Wayn Traub, Maria Dolores, Gilles Deleuze, postdramatic theatre, poet-dancers, animal-thinkers

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Stalpaert, Christel. 2010. “On Poet-Dancers and Animal-Thinkers: The Bodily Capacity to Read and Make Sense of Unjointed Time and Intensive Space in Wayn Traub’s Maria Dolores (2003).” Text and Performance Quarterly 30 (4): 356–373.
APA
Stalpaert, C. (2010). On Poet-Dancers and Animal-Thinkers: The Bodily Capacity to Read and Make Sense of Unjointed Time and Intensive Space in Wayn Traub’s Maria Dolores (2003). TEXT AND PERFORMANCE QUARTERLY, 30(4), 356–373.
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Stalpaert C. On Poet-Dancers and Animal-Thinkers: The Bodily Capacity to Read and Make Sense of Unjointed Time and Intensive Space in Wayn Traub’s Maria Dolores (2003). TEXT AND PERFORMANCE QUARTERLY. ABINGDON: ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD; 2010;30(4):356–73.
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Stalpaert, Christel. “On Poet-Dancers and Animal-Thinkers: The Bodily Capacity to Read and Make Sense of Unjointed Time and Intensive Space in Wayn Traub’s Maria Dolores (2003).” TEXT AND PERFORMANCE QUARTERLY 30.4 (2010): 356–373. Print.
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  author       = {Stalpaert, Christel},
  issn         = {1046-2937},
  journal      = {TEXT AND PERFORMANCE QUARTERLY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
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  publisher    = {ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR \& FRANCIS LTD},
  title        = {On Poet-Dancers and Animal-Thinkers: The Bodily Capacity to Read and Make Sense of Unjointed Time and Intensive Space in Wayn Traub's Maria Dolores (2003)},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10462937.2010.511253},
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