Review of "I Shudder to Think"

Margaret Cameron's posthumously published book "I Shudder to Think: performance as philosophy" has been reviewed in RealTime Arts (June-July 2016) by Keith Gallasch:

"Margaret Cameron was one of those idiosyncratic performers who—like Judy Davis, Gillian Jones and Cate Blanchett—refashion language as they speak, finding unanticipated spaces and patterns that yield surprising meanings and emotions and thrillingly blur demarcations between character, persona and self. When I read Cameron’s I Shudder to Think: Performance as Philosophy (2015, launched 2016), I hear her and, something more, having seen her perform since the mid 1980s, she is present. But Cameron’s aim is not to revive the memories of privileged audiences, but to deeply engage any reader."

Read the full review here.

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