On Writing & Digital Media (Performance Research 18:5)

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2013
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18:5
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1352-8165
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Abstract (in English): 

This issue of Performance Research will enfold an understanding of digital text within the context of performance studies, ordinary language philosophy and speech act theory, integrational linguistics, the performance of self and gender, and performance writing. In other words, we will be looking at the different modes of performance as they are manifest across the whole digital apparatus (dispositif). This includes machinic performance, the performance of codes and scripting, the performativity of language itself on the screen, the semiotics of the click, interactivity between digital language and the body, and how digital texts ‘perform’ us as social beings.

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Contents (Critical Writing):

Title Author
Adventures in Live Writing (Artist’s pages) Mark Greenwood, Nathan Jones
Aura in the Age of Computational Production Kathi Inman Berens, Leonardo L. Flores
Digitaland: Digital Performance in Many Dimensions Sebastian Melo, Nicholas Salazar Sutil
Extending the Platform: Digital Pragmatism and Hatch Nottingham Wayne Burrrows, Michael Pinchbeck, Nathaniel J. Miller
Gossip Girl Goes to the Gallery: Bernadette Corporation and Digitextuality Heather Warren-Crow
Hacking Choreography Kate Sicchio
Jesurun's Digitalist Firefall: Staging the Analogical Relation as Cognitive Performance Christophe Collard
Live Code: Notations on a Kairotic Practice Emma Cocker
Moving Words: Performative Readings of Kinetic Typography Amy Papaelias
On the Screen Floor Exploring Dances of Digital Language and Writing Danae Theodoridou
R/W/E or CHMOD -777 Sandy Baldwin
Reading (De)coherent Hypertexts: a Creative Performance Based on a Close Reading of the German Hyperfiction Zeit für die Bombe Alexandra Saemmer
Reading and Giving Voice and Language John Cayley
Send: Act: Perform Rosemary Klich
The Broadside of a Yarn: A Situationist Strategy for Spinning Sea Stories Ashore J. R. Carpenter
The Dance Without the Dancer: Writing Bodies in Digital Texts Laura Karreman
Touch and Gesture as Aesthetic Experience: Performing 5 Apps Maria Engberg
Towards a Poor (Techno)Theatre / Escritura Acto Aravind Enrique Adyanthaya
Transcript of the Twitter Performance 'Dawn Chorus', October 2011 (Artist's pages) Joanna Brown, Natasha Vicars, Mary Paterson, Tiffany Charington, Eddy Dreadnought, Sally Labern, Tamarin Norwood
Virtual Dramaturgy: Critical Digital Practice in Kris Verdonck’s M, a Reflection Kristof von Baarle, Kris Verdonck, Christel Stalpaert
‘Compose new Tweet’: A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective on Spectatorial Performance in the Digital Age Simone Knox, Eirini Nedelkopoulou
“Signature of Digital Subversion” - Joseph DeLappe’s Online-Writing Performances Gabriella Calchi-Novati
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