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Take One Object.ben Jose

Take One Object.ben Jose

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Published by: ben-123 on Jan 25, 2010
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Take one object.Take one object.Take one object.Take one object.
Ben Jose. 2010.
“Take one objectTake one objectTake one objectTake one object”
is written for any number of performers.Each performer should freely interpret and perform anynumber of the following 27 events.A performer may choose to use more than one eventduring a single performance.A new event should involve a new object.More than one performer may choose to use the sameevent within a single performance.Duration is pre determined or the length of time neededto perform all chosen events.
Ben Jose. 2010.
Take one object.Enclose that object.

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