Autofictions in co-labouring

Nik Wakefield, Daniela Perazzo, Diana Damian Martin

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Abstract

In this co-authored text, the Dissonant Co-Labouring Key Group examines the difficulties, gaps, political slippages and entanglements of collaboration in its encounter with artistic and educational institutions. Engaging autofiction as a scholarly mode with different models of co-authorship, the Key Group move through critical engagements with working conditions, temporalities of labour and its instrumentalisation within and beyond universities and cultural ecologies. Dialoguing with a plurality of voices and registers, the text invokes adjacent and overlapping temporalities of working together, attends to different modalities of critical thought and collapses the distinction between the fictive and the real.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPerformance Philosophy
Publication statusAccepted for publication - 31 Jan 2024

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