Between 26 June – 30 June, 2013, the PSi 19 Conference will convene in Stanford, California. In total, the Conference will feature over 100 unique performances, installations, and praxis sessions. Each of these events will, by definition, occur at an isolated time and space within the wider conference; each will be attended by a small fraction of conference attendees. Now, then, how will these performances remain?
The PSi 19 Performance Blog provides space for conference attendees to recount their encounters with performances. The Blog seeks to produce a democratic, polyvocal, multiperspectival archive of the various performances unfolding throughout the conference. It is a living archive: a processural, collaborative collection of writings intended to carry the liveness of the Conference’s events into the future. Now, then, let’s begin.