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Theatre Performance And Analogue Technology

Author : Kara Reilly
ISBN : 9781137319678
Genre : Performing Arts
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This trans-historical collection explores analogue performance technologies from Ancient Greece to pre-Second World War. From ancient mechanical elephants to early modern automata, Enlightenment electrical experiments to Victorian spectral illusions, this volume offers an original examination of the precursors of contemporary digital performance.
Category: Performing Arts

Costume In Performance

Author : Donatella Barbieri
ISBN : 9781474236881
Genre : Art
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This beautifully illustrated book conveys the centrality of costume to live performance. Finding associations between contemporary practices and historical manifestations, costume is explored in six thematic chapters, examining the transformative ritual of costuming; choruses as reflective of society; the grotesque, transgressive costume; the female sublime as emancipation; costume as sculptural art in motion; and the here-and-now as history. Viewing the material costume as a crucial aspect in the preparation, presentation and reception of live performance, the book brings together costumed performances through history. These range from ancient Greece to modern experimental productions, from medieval theatre to modernist dance, from the 'fashion plays' to contemporary Shakespeare, marking developments in both culture and performance. Revealing the relationship between dress, the body and human existence, and acknowledging a global as well as an Anglo and Eurocentric perspective, this book shows costume's ability to cross both geographical and disciplinary borders. Through it, we come to question the extent to which the material costume actually co-authors the performance itself, speaking of embodied histories, states of being and never-before imagined futures, which come to life in the temporary space of the performance. With a contribution by Melissa Trimingham, University of Kent, UK
Category: Art

Theatre Design Technology

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ISBN : UCSD:31822008406001
Genre : Theater architecture
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Category: Theater architecture

Stereo Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015048105590
Genre : Music
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Category: Music

Theatre Crafts

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007096105
Genre : Theater
File Size : 63.63 MB
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Category: Theater

Theatrical Design And Production

Author : J. Michael Gillette
ISBN : PSU:000032030709
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 86.8 MB
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This is a comprehensive survey of the technical and design aspects of play production, including scene design and construction, lighting, sound, costume, and makeup. Health and safety precautions for the backstage crew appear throughout in boxes labeled " Safety Tips, " and " Design Inspiration" boxes show how professional designers create the desired look.
Category: Performing Arts

Immersive Embodiment

Author : Liam Jarvis
ISBN : 9783030279714
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book offers a wide-ranging examination of acts of ‘virtual embodiment’ in performance/gaming/applied contexts that abstract an immersant’s sense of physical selfhood by instating a virtual body, body-part or computer-generated avatar. Emergent ‘immersive’ practices in an increasingly expanding and cross-disciplinary field are coinciding with a wealth of new scientific knowledge in body-ownership and self-attribution. A growing understanding of the way a body constructs its sense of selfhood is intersecting with the historically persistent desire to make an onto-relational link between the body that ‘knows’ an experience and bodies that cannot know without occupying their unique point of view. The author argues that the desire to empathize with another’s ineffable bodily experiences is finding new expression in contexts of particular urgency. For example, patients wishing to communicate their complex physical experiences to their extended networks of support in healthcare, or communities placing policymakers ‘inside’ vulnerable, marginalized or disenfranchised virtual bodies in an attempt to prompt personal change. This book is intended for students, academics and practitioner-researchers studying or working in the related fields of immersive theatre/art-making, arts-science and VR in applied performance practices.
Category: Performing Arts

Performance Technology Science

Author : Johannes H. Birringer
ISBN : UCSC:32106019714606
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The author's writings are widely known in the United States and Europe.
Category: Literary Criticism

Theatre Design And Technology

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ISBN : UOM:39015067517592
Genre : Theater architecture
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Issues for 1965- include "Recent publications on theatre architecture," no. 13/14-
Category: Theater architecture

Environmental And Site Specific Theatre

Author : Andrew Houston
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131698099
Genre : Performing Arts
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Series sets out to make the best critical and scholarly work in the field readily available.
Category: Performing Arts

The Film Journal

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ISBN : PSU:000066477563
Genre : Motion picture industry
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Category: Motion picture industry

Digital Performance

Author : Steve Dixon
ISBN : UOM:39015067639594
Genre : Performing Arts
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The historical roots, key practitioners, and artistic, theoretical, and technological trends in the incorporation of new media into the performing arts. The past decade has seen an extraordinarily intense period of experimentation with computer technology within the performing arts. Digital media has been increasingly incorporated into live theater and dance, and new forms of interactive performance have emerged in participatory installations, on CD-ROM, and on the Web. In Digital Performance, Steve Dixon traces the evolution of these practices, presents detailed accounts of key practitioners and performances, and analyzes the theoretical, artistic, and technological contexts of this form of new media art. Dixon finds precursors to today's digital performances in past forms of theatrical technology that range from the deus ex machina of classical Greek drama to Wagner's Gesamtkunstwerk (concept of the total artwork), and draws parallels between contemporary work and the theories and practices of Constructivism, Dada, Surrealism, Expressionism, Futurism, and multimedia pioneers of the twentieth century. For a theoretical perspective on digital performance, Dixon draws on the work of Philip Auslander, Walter Benjamin, Roland Barthes, Jean Baudrillard, and others. To document and analyze contemporary digital performance practice, Dixon considers changes in the representation of the body, space, and time. He considers virtual bodies, avatars, and digital doubles, as well as performances by artists including Stelarc, Robert Lepage, Merce Cunningham, Laurie Anderson, Blast Theory, and Eduardo Kac. He investigates new media's novel approaches to creating theatrical spectacle, including virtual reality and robot performance work, telematic performances in which remote locations are linked in real time, Webcams, and online drama communities, and considers the "extratemporal" illusion created by some technological theater works. Finally, he defines categories of interactivity, from navigational to participatory and collaborative. Dixon challenges dominant theoretical approaches to digital performance--including what he calls postmodernism's denial of the new--and offers a series of boldly original arguments in their place.
Category: Performing Arts

Tci

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105022083237
Genre : Theater
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Category: Theater

Entertainment Design

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123005840
Genre : Motion pictures
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Category: Motion pictures

Lighting Dimensions

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ISBN : UOM:39015048083169
Genre : Cinematography
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Category: Cinematography