Author Archives: tonebuddha

About tonebuddha

I am undertaking a PhD at the Centre for Digital Humanities Research , Australian National University. My research is developing a theoretical framework for using online archives of theatre and performance video to research audiences over long time periods. The Splinters archive is a case study for my research.

Splinters slideshow by Katherine Pepper

Beautiful slideshow made by Splinters member and photographer Katherine Pepper, for display at the exhibition “Massive Love of Risk: the art of Splinters Theatre of Spectacle”, Canberra Museum and Gallery Sep-Dec 2013. Katherine’s website http://katherinepepper.co.uk/.

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Dogtroep seminar part 3

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Dogtroep seminar part 2

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Dogtroep seminar

First part of a seminar with renowned Dutch theatre group Dogtroep at Het Huis, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 12 May 2015. Guest speakers Dogtroep founder Warner van Wely and members Vincent de Rooij, Jos Sandvliet, Han Bakker and Titia Bouwmeester, with … Continue reading

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Early Splinters photo album

From the ACT Heritage Library collection, a folder made for the Splinters office by Katherine Pepper of her photos of early productions, Massive Love of Risk (1986) and Cry Stinking Fish (1987). Flickr Splinters Red Folder link

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Flyers, tickets, clippings

A miscellany of Splinters material in the ACT Heritage Library archive from right across the history of the company – tickets, press cuttings, flyers, stickers, which were in DB’s collection in a grey plastic satchel. The handmade Cathedral of Flesh … Continue reading

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Gumboot Full of Blood – production notebook by Stuart Vaskess 1988

This stunning Gumboot Full of Blood notebook demonstrates the creative intensity of this period of Splinters, which was in essence Stuart, Patrick Troy and David Branson on the road in Adelaide and Melbourne and working with local collaborators. It speaks … Continue reading

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