Volume 17 · Number 1 · Pages 091–092
Acting and Dynamic Systems

Rhonda Blair

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “From Liveness to “Lifeness”: Autopoiesis and an Enactive View of Performance” by Maiya Murphy. Abstract: I consider and expand upon some aspects of the target article that are of particular pertinence to actors and directors. The autopoietic framing is useful in that it can be viewed as carrying on from prior work in systemic views of performance, such as those of cognitive ecologies and Stanislavskian-based approaches.

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Blair R. (2021) Acting and dynamic systems. Constructivist Foundations 17(1): 091–092. https://constructivist.info/17/1/091

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