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17.3 On Technology and Memory

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PERFORMANCE RESEARCH VOLUME 17 ISSUE 3

Issue editors: Maaike Bleeker with Ric Allsopp

SKU: 1352-8165 (2012) 17:3 Category:

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On Technology & Memory engages with the complex interactions between humans and technological developments and how these interactions transform the way memory is shaped. From the first occurrence of tools to the complex interactions between humans and digital technologies, our consciousness, our ways of thinking and imagining, are the product of our co-evolution with technology. On Technology & Memory approaches this coevolution from the vantage point of performance as artistic practice, as embodiment of culturally specific symbolic systems, and as functional technology. The material collected in this issue is a selection of presentations and shifts presented at PSi#17 Camillo 2.0: Technology, Memory, Experience.

 

Introduction: on Technology & Memory
Maaike Bleeker
pp. 1 – 7
Memory Theatre in the Digital Age
Peter Matussek
pp. 8 – 15
Animating the Memory Theatre
Robert Edgar
pp. 16 – 22
Posthuman Scenarios and Performative Media
Edward Scheer
pp. 23 – 32
Mandič? What the Fuck Is Mandič?
Marin Blažević, Bojan Jablanovec
pp. 33 – 135
The Intermedial Interrogation of Memory
Miguel Escobar
pp. 33 – 38
Camillo ’93: Rieks Swarte’s Memory Theatre
Laura Karreman
pp. 39 – 44
A Palimpsest of Place and Past
William Uricchio
pp. 45 – 49
Memories from a Theatre of War
Patrick Primavesi
pp. 50 – 56
Camillo’s 4-D Theme Park Attractions
Stephen Di Benedetto
pp. 57 – 62
The Signa Store: Nomadic Manoeuvres in Ruby Town
Liesbeth Groot Nibbelink
pp. 63 – 67
Locations of Dramaturgy – Kris Verdonck
Peter Eckersall
pp. 68 – 75
You Forgot Your Double Security Check
James M. Harding
pp. 76 – 82
Janez Janýa’s Camillo 4
Konstantina Georgelou, Janez Janša
pp. 83 – 89
Performing Memory in the Age of the Internet
Barbara Orel
pp. 90 – 94
The Theatre of Hungarian Indians and Informants
Aniko Szucs
pp. 95 – 101
Dancing Metamemories
Timmy DeLaet
pp. 102 – 108
Mimesis and Remembrance
Lynne Kendrick
pp. 109 – 113
Against! Pollesch’s Critical Historiography
Matt Cornish
pp. 114 – 119
Mapping a Landscape of Texts
Thomas Crombez
pp. 120 – 124
Saving the Conference: With 32 People, 2 Computers, 4 Audio Recorders, Some Photography Cameras, and the Hours of the Day
Alexander Roberts, Ásgerður G. Gunnarsdóttir
pp. 125 – 126
The Presentation Has Been Shelved, Archived, Forgotten, Dusted, Found, and Renamed!
Sari TM Kivinen
pp. 127 – 129
Gaps in Memory: Pop-Up Performance
P.A. Skantze
pp. 130 – 32
Over the Hill: A Rest Home for Performance Studies Scholars [artist’s pages]
Richard Gough
pp. 136 – 139
Notes on Contributors
pp. 140 – 141

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