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Percy, Nick, and ensemble member Jon Jon talk about the concept of the magic circle and how we can use it as a tool in TTRPGs and in performance, touching on the exploratory power of play, consent and intimacy choreography, and the question of who defines the magic circle in the first place.Works Cited: - Germaine - “The Magic Circle as Occult Technology” (https://analoggamestudies.org/2022/12/the-magic-circle-as-occult-technology/)
- Consalvo - “There Is No Magic Circle”
- Vossen - “The Magic Circle and Consent in Gaming Practices”
- Villareal - “Unscripted Intimacies: Negotiating Consent in Gamified Performance”
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