The Whole Concept Of The ‘General Audience’ Is A Myth

Playwright Alana Valentine: “Are we not part of a generation whose success has been to interrogate all forms of generalisation? So why do we continue to refer to a general audience? And please, I’m not taking issue with the nature of the adjective as a collective descriptor, I’m actually leaning into the definition of general as imprecise, inexact, sweeping, and vague. I’m questioning what it is that we’re referring to as general.” — ArtsHub (Australia)

Tags: Art, Issues, Audience, 12.04.18, Alana Valentine


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