I will argue that embodied performance practices can be used to explore how law is transformed in daily life through physical acts.
||Performance Art Practice, Feminist Inquiry, Gendered Embodiment, Legal Norm Production
International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp.151-158.
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Julie Lassonde has a B.A. (Hon) in history, B.C.L. (Civil Law) and LL.B. (Common Law) from McGill University, Canada. She is currently an LL.M. candidate in law and society at the University of Victoria, Canada. She also studied theatre and corporeal mime. Her current work focuses on interart and interdisciplinary practices, and more specifically on performance art, video and law.
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