Performance, disability, humour, and being in the world: an interview with Aaron Williamson

Smith, M. 2008. Performance, disability, humour, and being in the world: an interview with Aaron Williamson. in: Aaron Williamson: the monograph KIOSK Press/Live Art Development Agency. pp. 6-15

Chapter titlePerformance, disability, humour, and being in the world: an interview with Aaron Williamson
AuthorsSmith, M.
Book titleAaron Williamson: the monograph
Page range6-15
Year2008
PublisherKIOSK Press/Live Art Development Agency
Publication dates
Published2008
ISBN9780955736513
Web address (URL)http://www.aaronwilliamson.co.uk/Copyright_Aaron_Williamson_2008-7MB.pdf

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