Taming Vertigo: Philippe Petit and the Subject of High-Wire Walking

Deriu, D. 2019. Taming Vertigo: Philippe Petit and the Subject of High-Wire Walking. in: Dizziness – A Resource Berlin Sternberg Press. pp. 118-136

Chapter titleTaming Vertigo: Philippe Petit and the Subject of High-Wire Walking
AuthorsDeriu, D.
KeywordsFunambulism
High-wire
Petit, Philippe
Vertigo
Gravity
World Trade Center
Book titleDizziness – A Resource
Page range118-136
Year2019
PublisherSternberg Press
Publication dates
Published in printNov 2019
Place of publicationBerlin
SeriesPublication Series of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
ISBN9783956795213

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