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Issue Details: First known date: 1990... 1990 Culture of Coincidence - Notes of a Performance Piece Called 'Mirror States'
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'In these 'Notes on a Performance Piece', Paul Carter explores some of the aesthetic and historical issues raised by 'Mirror States' and, more broadly, by work of this kind that does not take the performance space for granted but sees it as a place to be constructed.' (Editor's abstract)

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