Kantor after Duchamp

The process of annexing reality, defined as a strategy and a method, has been Cricot 2’s ideological foundation since 1955. Twenty years after its final performances, how do the productions of the Cricot 2 company inform an understanding of theatre history today, not least concerning the differentiation between a documented past and a performed present?

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