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The place of place in telematic society

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This article describes two works by American artist Robert Whitman working in the field of Expanded Cinema and avant-garde performance, with suggestions for contextualizing and interpreting them as intermedial theatre. These works, and the works of fellow theatre artists from the last 50 years, feature in a discussion of the ongoing question of how audiences relate to screens.
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Keywords: Flusser; Whitman; action at a distance; intermedial; telematic; television

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Brown University

Publication date: July 1, 2013

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