Performance, Technology, & Science

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PAJ Publications, 2008 - Literary Criticism - 338 pages
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This groundbreaking work of scholarship explores convergences between performance and science through an investigation of new technologies that drive computer-mediated, interactive art. Wide-ranging and richly illustrated essays uncover shifts that have occurred globally in the aesthetic understanding of performance within computer-augmented virtual and networked environments.

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About the author (2008)

Johannes Birringer is a choreographer and media artist. He directs the Center for Contemporary and Digital Performance at Brunel University, West London. He is author of "Theatre, Theory, Postmodernism;" "Media and Performance;" and "Performance on the Edge." He is co-editor of "Dance and Cognition.

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