L’interprète au sein du dispositif technologique : une humanité augmentée

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Pastor, E (2018). L’interprète au sein du dispositif technologique : une humanité augmentée. in: Pluta, I, Dacheux, M, Guay, H, Hagemann, S and Pastor, E (ed.) Scène (post)numériqueAnthologie critique d’écrits et d’entretiens d’artistes / (Post)Digital StageCritical anthology of artists’ statements and interviews Rennes Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
AuthorsPastor, E
EditorsPluta, I, Dacheux, M, Guay, H, Hagemann, S and Pastor, E
Abstract

This chapter is an introduction to one of the sections of the Anthology, dedicated to exploring the relationship between performers and digital technologies on stage. The chapter provides a brief historical overview as well as theoretical elements to contextualise the role of the performer in these forms of contemporary practice.

Keywordsliveness; performer; presence; cyborg theatre; human; robots; phenomenology; screens; mediation; corporality
Year2018
Book titleScène (post)numériqueAnthologie critique d’écrits et d’entretiens d’artistes / (Post)Digital StageCritical anthology of artists’ statements and interviews
PublisherPresses Universitaires de Rennes
Place of publicationRennes
Edition1
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Deposited27 Apr 2019
Accepted29 Nov 2018
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