Darrin Martin publishes article in Performance Matters
Professor Darrin Martin has recently published an article in the journal Performance Matters. Martin’s article, “Audio Description as a Generative Process in Art Practice,” attempts to contextualize the practice of audio description in Darrin’s work and in other historical and contemporary examples of video art.
The special issue (Volume 6, Number 1), which focuses on “Copresence with the Camera,” documents the processes of practitioners working with cameras, revealing what artists and cameras can do together as a whole greater than the sum of its parts. This issue has additional UC Davis connections: among the editors is Lynette Hunter, Professor in Performance Studies, Heather Nolan, a PhD candidate in Performance Studies and John Zibell who earned his PhD in Performance Studies here at UC Davis and is now a lecturer at University Salford.