Goat Island’s Acts of Repair
The chapter thinks in detail about repair, repetition, and hollowing-out as historical methods, which are discussed in relation to a performance by Goat Island called When will the September roses bloom? Last night was only a comedy. This chapter argues that the group’s work provides alternatives to entrenched historical practices and that its theory of repair can be productively adapted to the task of history.
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