Artist Talk: Robert Quillen Camp
Robert Quillen Camp is a theater artist and scholar whose current research focuses primarily on the ways in which expanded dramatic practices intersect with contemporary visual art. He has written extensively for the stage; his plays and performance works have been produced at many venues in the U.S. and abroad, including the Public Theater Under the Radar Festival, the Ohio Theater, the Ontological-Hysteric, Peak Performances at Montclair University, the Empty Space, Prelude Festival, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, and HERE. His plays have also been published in the literary journals Conjunctions, Chain, Conundrum, Factorial, and Play A Journal of Plays. He currently teaches in the theatre department at Lewis & Clark College.
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