Biomechanics

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Literature
  • Sergei Eisenstein, "Lecture on Biomechanics, March 28, 1935", in Alma Law, Mel Gordon, Meyerhold, Eisenstein, and Biomechanics: Revolutionary Acting in Soviet Russia, Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press, 1996, pp 204-223. (English)
  • Alma Law, Mel Gordon, Meyerhold, Eisenstein, and Biomechanics: Revolutionary Acting in Soviet Russia, Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press, 1996, xi+282 pp. Introduction, Chs. 1&2, Chs. 4&5. Review: Kiebuzinska (TJ 1996). (English)
  • Irina Sirotkina (Ирина Сироткина), Svobodnoye dvizheniye i plasticheskiy tanets v Rossii [Свободное движение и пластический танец в России], Moscow: Novoe lit. obozrenie, 2011, 319 pp. (Russian)
  • Irina Sirotkina, "Biomekhanika v teatre i nauke" [Биомеханика в театре и науке], n.d. Audio lecture (90 min with discussion). (Russian)
  • Julia Vaingurt, The Biomechanics of Infidelity: Range of Motion and Limits of Control in Meyerhold's Theatre", ch. 2 in Vaingurt, Wonderlands of the Avant-Garde: Technology and the Arts in Russia of the 1920s, Northwestern University Press, 2013, pp 54-83. (English)
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