Gabriel Medeiros (Goldsmiths, University of London), Mathew Tompkins (Lund University), Steve Bagienski (Goldsmiths, University of London), Gustav Kuhn (Goldsmiths, University of London)
The Journal of Performance Magic focuses on a multidisciplinary and contemporary approach to the field. Covering the influence, legacy and future of performance magic on wider performing arts practice and other diverse academic disciplines. In recent years the academic study of performance magic has made make exciting creative links within emerging disciplines; such links include the cognitive sciences, architectural design, and emerging technologies. The Journal of Performance Magic seeks to strengthen these links as well as encourage reflection on areas of performance magic not already covered in publication and develop new perspectives on areas already heavily researched. We currently publish one volume per year, with one or two issues per volume. We operate on a rolling-publication basis, releasing articles during the course of the year and adding a concluding editorial in December. We welcome the submission of scholarly articles, interviews, practice accounts, and book and performance reviews.
Gabriel Medeiros, Mathew Tompkins, Steve Bagienski and Gustav Kuhn
2022-10-21 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2022
Alice Pailhes and Gustav Kuhn
2023-03-03 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2022