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4.2 On Line

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PERFORMANCE RESEARCH VOLUME 4 ISSUE 2

Issue editors: Ric Allsopp & Scott deLahunta

SKU: 978-0-415-19803 Category:

Product Description

Emerging digital media, information and communications technologies are changing the ways in which we understand and experience time and space, place and body. These developments challenge us to redefine existing strategies and forms of performance, and to create fresh approaches and alternative environments for performance making and composition. On Line will explore these changing conditions as they relate to performance practice and discourse. The editors invite materials from individuals and groups involved in exploring territories where emerging technologies and performance overlap and intersect, as well as excavations of the histories of performance and technology.
Editorial
Ric Allsopp, Scott deLahunta
pp. iii – iv
Death, Digitalization and Dys-appearance: Staging the body of science
Maaike Bleeker
pp. 1 – 7
A Microchip Inside the Body
Arlindo Machado
pp. 8 – 12
Jadi Jadian’s Invisible Theatre: Heritage in the workshop of performance
Paul Carter
pp. 13 – 26
Utterance 1: Fighting My Own Endemic Technophobia (1996)
Guillermo Gómez-Peña
pp. 27 – 29
Shells That Matter: The digital body as aesthetic/political representation
Harald Begusch
pp. 30 – 32
Utterance 2: Performance, Technology and the Oracle
Mark Coniglio
pp. 33 – 33
Actions in Virtual Space
Marina Gržinić
pp. 34 – 41
Strategies, Tactics and Resolutions in 1999 [artist’s pages]
Marko Peljhan
pp. 42 – 43
Utterance 3: If Only I Could Touch the Mouse, My Life Would Be Perfect
Amanda Steggell
pp. 44 – 46
Impossible Becomes Possible
Bojana Kunst
pp. 47 – 51
Utterance 4: Relational Architecture
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
pp. 52 – 56
A Conversation about Jet Lag between Diller & Scofidio, Jessica Chalmers and Marianne Weems
Marianne Weems
pp. 57 – 60
Utterance 5: Mesh Performance Partnerships
Susan Kozel, Kirk Woolford
pp. 61 – 63
Dance Geometry
William Forsythe, Paul Kaiser
pp. 64 – 71
Utterance 6: Live and Media Performance – the Next Frontier
Richard Loveless, Lizbeth Goodman
pp. 72 – 77
The Laughing Dead and the Lively (or was it lovely?) Virgin: Theatre, circus and popular ritual in the work of Chiles’s Teatro Circo Imaginario
Andrés del Bosque, Maximilano Salinas, Enzo Cozzi
pp. 78 – 88
Utterance 7: The Talking Cure n Hypermedia Performance Production
Adrianne Wortzel
pp. 89 – 91
Writing for a Cyborg Who Prepares (Part One)
Nancy Reilly-McVittie
pp. 92 – 95
Utterance 8: Letter to an Unknown Thief
Guillermo Gómez-Peña
pp. 96 – 97
Reviews: ‘The ChoreoGraph’: Non-linear choreography and fluid environments
Michael Klien, Nicholas Mortimer
pp. 98 – 100
Reviews: De Quincey/Lynch: 24 Hours
Ian Maxwell
pp. 101 – 102
Reviews: The KeyStroke Project
Sher Doruff
pp. 103 – 106
Reviews: Stills of the Night
Andrew Quick
pp. 107 – 108
Jetlag [artist’s pages]
Diller & Scofidio
pp. 109 – 112
Book Reviews
Alexandra Carter, Claire MacDonald
pp. 113 – 119
Archive Review: The Net as Archive
Ric Allsopp, Scott deLahunta
pp. 119 – 120
Notes on Contributors
pp. 121 – 123

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Weight 0.550 kg