WRITING IN MOTION:
Writing in Motion: Body—Language—Technology is a collection of essays and texts, published by Wesleyan University Press (2003), foreword by Deborah Jowitt.
Contents include: Writings on the Digital Body; Transmedia; The Invention of the Internet; the Future of Machine; Julie Taymor’s production of Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex; Maurice Blanchot and Jackie O.; Joseph Cornell; Dreams and Collage; The Body Reflexive, and more.
Pages 1-88 can be read on Google Books.
“WRITING IN MOTION makes a significant contribution to both the artistic and critical investigation of the relationship between dancing and writing that has been so provocative in recent years.”
– Peggy Phelan, The Ann O'Day Maples Chair in the Arts, Stanford University
Additional critical commentary, here.