The Digital Revolution (also major sections within several other chapters)

S Dixon, BC Smith

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter in a book


    This book developed out of the “Digital Performance Archiveâ€� collaboration outlined in Output Number 1 above. BS contributions included major sections within Preface (pp. ix-xii), Chapter 8 “The Digital Revolutionâ€� (pp. 157-181), Chapter 9 “Digital Dancing and Software Developments (pp. 183-208), Chapter 24 “Videogamesâ€� (pp. 599-621), Chapter 25 “CD-Romsâ€� (pp 623-642) and also Chapter 18 “Webcams, the Subversion of Surveillanceâ€� which includes a previously published article:: “Jennicam, or the telematic theatre of a real lifeâ€� International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Volume 1, Number 2 (2005), pp. 91-100. ISSN 1479-4713. Other sections embedded into chapters include designers in Chapter 15, practitioners such as Laurie Anderson, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Yacov Sharir and Diane Gromala and companies such as “Kunstwerk Blendâ€�, Steve Dixon’s own company “The Chameleons Groupâ€�, and the “Gertrude Stein Repertory Theatreâ€�; contributions also to the Conclusion and Bibliography. N.B. - The structuring and editing of the book were undertaken solely by Steve Dixon.
    Translated title of the contributionThe Digital Revolution (also major sections within several other chapters)
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDigital Performance, A History of New Media in Theater, Dance, Performance Art, and Installation
    EditorsSteve Dixon
    PublisherMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Press
    Pages157 - 182
    Number of pages26
    EditionSee details in Abstract below
    ISBN (Print)0262042355
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

    Bibliographical note

    Other identifier: 9780262042352-
    Other: Authored by Steve Dixon with substantial sections contributed by Barry Smith (see Acknowledgements p. xiii)


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