Download political cyberformance the etheatre project in pdf or read political cyberformance the etheatre project in pdf online books in PDF, EPUB and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get political cyberformance the etheatre project in pdf book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.



Political Cyberformance

Author: Christina Papagiannouli
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137577045
Size: 26.17 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 6292
Download and Read
Written from a practice-based perspective, this book focuses on the political character of 'cyberformance': the genre of digital performance that uses the Internet as a performance space. The Etheatre Project comprises a series of experimental cyberformances aiming to reconsider the characteristics of theatre in the Internet age.

Book Of Abstracts Drha2014

Author: Anastasios Maragiannis
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 129197878X
Size: 79.68 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 3375
Download and Read
The DRHA2014 publication includes ground breaking academic papers and well-known speakers and series of installations and exhibitions. The "book of Abstract" publication for the DRH2014 conference showcase up to-date discussions, dynamic debates, innovative keynotes and experimental performances and aims to open a discussion on defining digital communication futures, as a theme that connects interdisciplinary practices, focusing particularly on issues of communication and its impact on creative industries .

Radical Revival As Adaptation

Author: Jozefina Komporaly
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137481021
Size: 20.37 MB
Format: PDF
View: 1837
Download and Read
This book examines the radical reinterpretation of precursor texts and prompts as an innovative form of adaptation for the stage. In this context, stage adaptations are defined as active and risk-taking interventions on pre-existing sources, dramatic and otherwise, that can range from single-authored plays to collaborative creations and devising projects. Radical adaptations have the potential to constitute a cutting edge pathway of exploration in performance, by virtue of operating at the intersection between experimental practice and multiple creative transpositions and crossovers among genres and media. They offer a viable platform for the negotiation of topical concerns embedded into global cultural, socio-political and historical shifts, thus cultivating a genuine bond between theatre and society. This volume considers a range of case studies, from the work of Alexandru Tocilescu to Rimini Protokoll, and is vital reading for those interested in adaptation studies and forms of contemporary theatre practice.

Theatre Social Media And Meaning Making

Author: Bree Hadley
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319548824
Size: 79.82 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
View: 5476
Download and Read
This book offers the first broad-based survey of the way artists, audiences and society at large are making use of social media, and how the emergence of social media platforms that allow two-way interaction between these groups has been held up as a ‘game changer’ by many in the theatre industry. The first book to analyse aesthetic, critical, audience development, marketing and assessment uptake of social media in the theatre industry in an integrated fashion, Theatre, Social Media and Meaning Making examines examples from the USA, UK, Europe and Australasia to provide a snapshot of this emerging niche within networked, telematic, immersive and participatory theatre production and reception practices. A vital new resource for the field, this book will appeal to scholars, students, and industry practitioners alike.

A Practical Guide To Arts Related Research

Author: Maggi Savin Baden
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9462098158
Size: 49.71 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 2652
Download and Read
This book outlines the principles and practices of arts-related inquiry and provides both suggestions about conducting research in the field as well as case study examples. The ideas presented here have emerged from the authors’ own experiences of undertaking arts-related research and the challenges of implementing these approaches. The book therefore draws on personal research, practice and experience to address the concerns academics increasingly appear to be voicing about developing the scholarship and practice of arts-related research. There is a need for greater attention to, and clarity on, issues of theoretical positioning, methodology and methods when conducting robust and reputable arts-related research, which this book provides.

Virtual Theatres

Author: Gabriella Giannachi
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134454759
Size: 14.16 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
View: 1034
Download and Read
The first full-length book of its kind to offer an investigation of the interface between theatre, performance and digital arts, Virtual Theatres presents the theatre of the twenty-first century in which everything - even the viewer - can be simulated. In this fascinating volume, Gabriella Giannachi analyzes the aesthetic concerns of current computer-arts practices through discussion of a variety of artists and performers including: * blast Theory * Merce Cunningham * Eduardo Kac * forced entertainment * Lynn Hershman * Jodi Orlan * Guillermo Gómez-Peña * Marcel-lí Antúnez Roca * Jeffrey Shaw * Stelarc. Virtual Theatres not only allows for a reinterpretation of what is possible in the world of performance practice, but also demonstrates how 'virtuality' has come to represent a major parameter for our understanding and experience of contemporary art and life.

Performance And Civic Engagement

Author: Ananda Breed
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319665170
Size: 16.28 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 938
Download and Read
This book explores 'civic engagement' as a politically active encounter between institutions, individuals and art practices that addresses the public sphere on a civic level across physical and virtual spaces. Taking a multidisciplinary approach, it tracks across the overlapping discourses of politics, cultural geography and performance, investigating how and why physical and digital spaces can be analysed and utilised to develop new art forms that challenge traditional notions of how performance is political and how politics are performative. Across three sections - Politicising Communities, Applying Digital Agency and Performing Landscapes and Identities - the ten chapters and three interviews cover a wide variety of international perspectives, all informed by innovative ways of addressing the current crisis of social fragmentation through performance. Providing access to many debates on the theory and practice of new media, this book is of significance to readers from a broad set of academic disciplines, including politics, sociology, geography, and performance studies.

Ungoverning Dance

Author: Ramsay Burt
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199321930
Size: 63.19 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
View: 2798
Download and Read
Ungoverning Dance examines the work of progressive contemporary dance artists in continental Europe from the mid 1990s to 2015. Placing this within the context of neoliberalism and austerity, the book argues that these artists have developed an ethico-aesthetic approach that uses dance practices as sites of resistance against dominant ideologies, and that their works attest to the persistence of alternative ways of thinking and living. In response to the way that the radical values informing their work are continually under attack from neoliberalism, these artists recognise that they in effect share common pool resources. Thus, while contemporary dance has been turned into a market, they nevertheless value the extent to which it functions as a commons. Work that does this, it argues, ungoverns dance. The book offers close readings of works from the 1990s and 2000s by two generations of European-based dance artists: that of Jérôme Bel, Jonathan Burrows, La Ribot, and Xavier Le Roy who began showing work in the 1990s; and that of artists who emerged in the 2000s including Fabián Barba, Faustin Linyekula, Ivana Müller, and Nikolina Pristas. Topics examined include dance and precarious life, choreographing friendship, re-performance, the virtual in dance, and a dancer's experience of the Egyptian revolution. Ungoverning Dance proposes new ways of understanding recent contemporary European dance works by making connections with their social, political, and theoretical contexts.

A Practical Guide To Arts Related Research

Author: Maggi Savin Baden
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9462098158
Size: 27.73 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
View: 3459
Download and Read
This book outlines the principles and practices of arts-related inquiry and provides both suggestions about conducting research in the field as well as case study examples. The ideas presented here have emerged from the authors’ own experiences of undertaking arts-related research and the challenges of implementing these approaches. The book therefore draws on personal research, practice and experience to address the concerns academics increasingly appear to be voicing about developing the scholarship and practice of arts-related research. There is a need for greater attention to, and clarity on, issues of theoretical positioning, methodology and methods when conducting robust and reputable arts-related research, which this book provides.