Monetary value 2: an argument for the subsidy of experimental performance?

My hourly rate as performer as judged by audience members: @ Sprint £19.10/hour and @ Yorkshire Dance £6.36.

Hummm… But in the calculations above I only included the actual 3 hours of the performance and maybe I should calculate it on the basis of the whole set up and take donw time… So on that basis it is: @ Sprint £7.19 and at Yorkshire Dance £2.39…

And if I divide it by all the other performers involved we have: Sprint £1.80/hour and Yorkshire Dance £0.60/hour… If ever there was a case for making the argument for the subsidy of experimental art practice I reckon this should do?

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