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For the Love of Hamlet’s Headspace: Noodling with Deleuze, Thomas Ostermeier’s Nodals, and Allo-Realism

  • Sam Kolodezh
  • Bryan Reynolds
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Performance and Technology book series (PSPT)

Abstract

Nodals of Hamletspace, which is itself a subset of Shakespace, have laminated across history. They emerge within streams of Hamletspace as its component parts invade, envelop, and then play as processual amalgamations of becomings- and comings-to-be-different from quotidian-consciousness and its commonplace context. The headspace of Hamlet is potentially both a superset and a subset of Hamletspace and Shakespace.

Keywords

Subjective Territory Processual Amalgamation Table Talk Empty Form Multiple World 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sam Kolodezh
    • 1
  • Bryan Reynolds
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of DramaUniversity of CaliforniaIrvineUSA

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