Mapping Intermediality in Performance
Titel
Mapping Intermediality in Performance
Prijs
€ 40,95
ISBN
9789089642554
Uitvoering
Paperback
Aantal pagina's
304
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
15.6 x 23.4 cm
Inhoudsopgave
Toon inhoudsopgaveVerberg inhoudsopgave
Contents - 6 How to Approach This Book - 10 Introduction: Prospective Mapping and Network of Terms - 14 Portal: Performativity and Corporeal Literacy - 28 Node: Modes of Experience - 46 Instances - 50 Portal: Time and Space - 84 Node: Dimensions - 98 Instances - 102 Portal: Digital Culture and Posthumanism - 124 Node: Actuality-Virtuality - 142 Instances - 144 Portal: Networking - 172 Node: Inter-relations - 186 Instances - 192 Portal: Pedagogic Praxis - 218 Retrospection: The Pre- and Proto-digital - 238 Notes - 260 Cited Works - 268 Contributors - 284 Index - 294

Recensies en Artikelen

"Bold, incisive and engaging, Mapping Intermediality in Performance goes further than any book to date in tracing the nuanced interrelationships and metamorphic interplays between digital media and the performance arts. It provides the reader with authoritative overviews of key ideas and performances, opens up fascinating new trajectories of thought, and fuses theory and practice with explosive effect. A magnificent achievement that is likely to set critical agendas in the field for many years to come." - Steve Dixon, Professor of Digital Performance, Brunel University "Reading this book is like surfing the web: it not only maps intermediality in performance - it exemplifies it." - Philip Auslander, Professor, School of Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Institute of Technology

Mapping Intermediality in Performance

Mapping Intermediality in Performance benadert het vraagstuk van intermedialiteit met betrekking tot performance (vooral theater) vanuit vijf verschillende invalshoeken: performativiteit en lichaam; tijd en ruimte; digitale cultuur en posthumanisme; netwerken; pedagogiek en praxis. In deze boeiende bundel worden de begrippen onderzocht vanuit een directe verbinding tussen theorie en praktijk en binnen de overkoepelende context van de digitale cultuur.
Auteurs

Andy Lavender

Andy Lavender is Dean of Research and Professor of Contemporary Theatre at The Central School of Speech & Drama, University of London. He is co-convener of the Intermediality in Theatre and Performance working group of the International Federation for Theatre Research, and was formerly co-convener of the New Technologies for Theatre working group of the Theatre and Performance Research Association.

Chiel Kattenbelt

Chiel Kattenbelt is universitair hoofddocent Theaterwetenschap aan de Universiteit Utrecht en lector Nieuwe Theatraliteit aan de Hogeschool Zuyd

Sarah Bay-Cheng

Sarah Bay-Cheng is universitair hoofddocent Graduate Studies in Theatre aan de University of Buffalo in de Verenigde Staten