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ISBN: 0826457797
Author: Johannes Birringer
Language: English
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic (April 30, 2002)
Pages: 285
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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Performance on the Edge book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Performance on the Edge: Transformations of Culture. by. Johannes H. Birringer. Johannes Birringer.

Johannes Birringer is artist director of AlienNation C. a multimedia collaborative ensemble with has performed around the world

Johannes Birringer is artist director of AlienNation C. a multimedia collaborative ensemble with has performed around the world. He is the author of Theatre, Theory, Postmodernism and Media & Performance. He teaches in the dance and technology program of Ohio State University. Библиографические данные.

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Find sources: "Johannes Birringer" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (February 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Johannes Birringer's artistic training was in theatre and dance; he studied dance-theatre forms that emerged in Germany in the 1970s (Pina Bausch) as well as contemporary dance and movement in the . 2008 Performance, Technology, and Science (New York: PAJ Publications).

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2000: Wesleyan University Press. Performance on the Edge: Transformations of Culture by Johannes Birringer. 2000: The Athlone Press. The single greatest endeavor of the books-indeed, that of all progressive intercultural theory and practice today-is the closure of "taxonomic theater," which Holledge and Tompkins define as intercultural theater dedicated to clearly and simplistically demarcating the boundaries between cultures.

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Jahannes Birringer, Johannes H.

on the Edge: transformations of culture (2000). He completed a new book on dance and in-teractive technology (forthcoming).

Stage choreography: Lisa Naugle. on the Edge: transformations of culture (2000).

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Performance on the Edge: Transformations of Culture. Wearable computing devices worn on the body provide the potential for digital interaction in the world.

Performance on the Edge takes the reader on a journey across geographical borders and conceptual boundaries in order to map out the new territory of contemporary theatre, dance, media arts and activism. Working across social, cultural and political fault lines, the book explores performance as both process and contact, as the commitment to political activism and the reconstruction of community, as site-specific intervention into the social and technological structures of abandonment, and as the highly charged embodiment of erotic fantasies.Performance on the Edge addresses the politics of community-oriented and reconstructive artmaking in an era marked by the AIDS crisis, cultural and racial polarization, warfare, separatism and xenophobia. Provocatively illustrated with work from North and Central America and Eastern and Western Europe, the book challenges our assumptions about the relations between media and activism, technological imperatives and social processes and bodily identities and virtual communities.

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