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
Publication process dates
Deposited27 Apr 2019
Accepted29 Nov 2018
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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