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"Maps of City and Body: Shedding Light on the Performances of Denise Uyehara" presents the complete texts of "Big Head" and "Maps of City and Body," two of Uyehara's most acclaimed shows. In "Big Head," Uyehara questions the logic of political and personal rhetoric by exploring the relationship between Japanese American internment camps and post-September 11th racial ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published March 2nd 2004 by Kaya Press
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Denise Uyehara is an award-winning performance artist, writer and playwright whose work has been presented in the U.S., London, Tokyo, Helsinki and Vancouver. A pioneering artist whose work the Los Angeles Times hails as “mastery [that] amounts to a coup de theater,” Uyehara explores gender, queer subjectivity, body and memory through interdisciplinary performance.
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