|Title||I Shudder to Think: performance as philosophy.|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Series Title||Women in Contemporary Performance|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Number of Pages||214|
Ladyfinger Press is pleased to announce the launch of an exquisite new book written by long-term Ladyfinger collaborator Margaret Cameron. I Shudder to Think: performance as philosophy brings together a critical essay on art and autotopography with four of Cameron's major solo performance works, offering insight into the praxis of one of Australia’s most creative and original voices.
“I am in no doubt that it is a significant addition to Australian performance art and thought, and moreover that it constitutes an artwork in itself” Alison Croggon.
For the past three decades Margaret Cameron has been a multi-award winning artist at the forefront of Australian contemporary theatre and performance. Critics have described her work as ‘elegant’, ‘poetic’, ‘fascinating’, and ‘funny’, and Margaret herself as ‘a national treasure’.