|Title||Embodying Essence through Absence: Performance Practice and Pedagogy Through Digital Platforms|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2022|
|Publisher||Journal of Theatre Anthropology|
|Keywords||digital performance, online theatre, performer training, screen technology, theatre anthropology|
In this article Bianca Mastrominico focuses on how to embody liveness through digital platforms within the framework of theatre anthropology, looking at how remote performers and spectators interact through screen technology to discern principles and techniques that can guide online training, and creating work for a digital spectator. Her conclusions envisage a soft technology which fosters participatory practice and includes the non-human in creative processes.
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