Dancing with dirt and wires; reconciling the embodied and the digital in site responsive collaborative practice
Garrett Brown, N., Kipp, C. and Voris, N. (2015). Dancing with dirt and wires; reconciling the embodied and the digital in site responsive collaborative practice. in: Causey, M., Meehan, E. and O'Dwyer, N. (ed.) The Performing Subject in the Space of Technology: Through the Virtual, Towards the Real Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 174-186
|Garrett Brown, N., Kipp, C. and Voris, N.
|Causey, M., Meehan, E. and O'Dwyer, N.
Acknowledging the practitioner-researcher model and collaboration inherent to twenty-first-century contemporary performance practices, this co- authored chapter is offered as an extension of an ongoing collaboration between two dance artists and a photographer working in outdoor performance under the project enter & inhabit. The writing process and resulting chapter moves between a reflection on process, a document of practice and a theorisation around live and digital composition, thus inviting a reconsideration of the relationship between the real and the virtual.
|The Performing Subject in the Space of Technology: Through the Virtual, Towards the Real
File Access Level
|Palgrave Studies in Performance and Technology
|01 Jul 2015
|Publication process dates
|25 Jan 2023
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
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