You may have noticed on the front cover that this edition is actually two! Due to production difficulties we decided to hold over material and produce a double issue for the end of 2003. Here it is.
The effort of sustaining a magazine such as Proximity is considerable. For the past six years I have toiled long and hard to keep things going. There has been a lot of support along the way, not only all the people who contribute or offer praise (it helps so so much!) but those who have delved into the actual mechanics of putting together an issue. Thank you particularly to Paul Roberts, Wendy Smith, Hellene Gronda and Ann-maree Ellis for their time, energy and support in editing and producing this magazine. Sounds like itís all over doesnít it? But itís not. Not yet anyway.
In this bumper edition you can read an interview from Catherine Magill with
Michael Baker and Fiona Gillespie, the organisers of the Nelson Lakes Mountain
Jam in New Zealand. Also from New Zealand comes the writing of Kristian
Larsen, examining the role performance improvisation in the field of contemporary
dance plays in the relationships, status and values of dance makers.
Enjoy. Contribute. Dance.
vol 6 ed 1 - ed 2 - ed 3&4 - 2003
vol 5 ed 1 - ed 2 - ed 3 - ed 4 - 2002
vol 4 ed 1 - ed 2 - ed 3 - ed 4 - 2001
vol 3 ed 1 - ed 2 - ed 3 - ed 4 - 2000
vol 2 ed 1 - ed 2 - ed 3 - ed 4 - 1999
vol 1 ed 1 - ed 2 - ed 3 - ed 4 - 1998
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