The actor, the designer and digital media: A case study at Formello
An account, from a performer’s perspective, of the REMAP/RITL workshop in Italy that details the various performer/media relationships encountered during the workshop. These experiences are identified using David Saltz’s taxonomy of performer/media relationships and described in the context of improvisational theatre and traditional Commedia dell’Arte mask work. Three digital media aspects of the work (‘the field’, ‘the object’ and ‘the mask’) are explored and conclusions drawn regarding approaches to digital media and areas for further research.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Northwestern University
Publication date: July 1, 2013
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