You are hereHome › Department Collections › Performance and Spirituality: 2010-2015 (Archive) › "Theatre in Absentia" and Negative Theology Style American Medical Association (JAMA)APAChicago 16 - author-dateChicago 17IEEEModern Language Association (MLA)National Library of Medicine Choose the citation style. Search for this publication on Google Scholar Chambers, C. M. (2011). " Theatre in Absentia" and Negative Theology: The "Theatre That May or May Not Be Theatre" of Implied Violence. Performance and Spirituality, 2(1). Theatre in Absentia" and Negative Theology Details Type journal article Title "Theatre in Absentia" and Negative Theology: The "Theatre That May or May Not Be Theatre" of Implied Violence Contributor(s) Chambers, Claire (author)(editor)(translator) Located In Performance and Spirituality ISSN 2157-4049 Volume 2 Issue 1 Date 2011 Use/Reproduction In Copyright Abstract This paper offers three readings of the experimental performance of Implied Violence, which traffics in refusal, abjection, Otherness, and the possibility of non-being. Chambers places these readings in conversation with three different medieval negative theologians: Meister Eckhart, Hildegarde von Bingen, and Marguerite Porete. Through this exploration, Chambers draws out the parallels between apophatic spirituality and performance that Chambers calls the "theatre in absentia."