Technologies of Change: Body Coded in Motion

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Marchevska, E (2010). Technologies of Change: Body Coded in Motion. eSharp.
AuthorsMarchevska, E
Abstract

We live in an era where human motion becomes accelerated by
technology and the points of stopping, looking and observing are rare commodities. Nowadays new technologies become extensions of the human body and as such influence its identity (Rokeby 1995, cited in Penny 1995, p.142). Human interaction with technology is an important area of study in the age of ubiquitous digital technology, for either new media studies and for performance studies. Interaction is crucial, although some perspectives diverge.

Year2010
JournaleSharp
PublisherUniversity of Glasgow
ISSN1742-4542
Web address (URL)http://www.gla.ac.uk/media/media_141054_en.pdf
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From a Special Issue: Communicating Change: Representing
Self and Community in a Technological World, 2010

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