Phantom Shifts: Performance Notations by Aaron Williamson
About to come
Published September 2000
Aaron Williamson. Performance artist, choreographer and writer Aaron Williamson takes a physical approach to performance art and installation that has been evolved in relation to his becoming deaf. Over the last ten years he has created 200 or more performances in Britain, Europe, Japan and North America. In 1997 he completed a Doctoral thesis on writing and bodily identity entitled Physiques of Inscription. Current projects include a performance installation Hearing Things that is the basis for a book publication by Bookworks in September 2000. Previous publications include A Holythroat Symposium (1993) and Cathedral Lung (1991). In 1998-99 he was Arts Council of England Fellow in Writing and Contemporary Art at Oxford University and is currently the recipient of a Live Art Bursary from London Arts Board.