Osbon, David and Evans, Alex (2014) From Vox Rosa to Follow the Sun. In: Performing arts, public places. DAKAM, Ankara. ISBN 9786055120979
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From Vox Rosa to Follow the Sun, an interrogation of the progression from live multi-media performance to multiple platform interactive mixed media, with reference to the practical applications of both hardware and software and to the manipulation of audience expectations with reference to Reception Theory. Practice based research embedding experimentation with web based communications technology.
Authored by the creative and artistic directors this chapter illustrates the challenges and solutions encountered in the performance projects Vox Rosa, The Hero’s Journey, Bodies in Motion and Follow the Sun. Across the four performances the creative directors have progressed multi-media (live and electro-acoustic music, dance, animation and film) performance in a single venue to multi venue, multi country, simultaneous mixed-media performances incorporating real-time manipulation of creative content by performers using wireless technology. Each performance has been a ‘laboratory’ where different communication technologies have been tested against the practical requirements of real-time performance.
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|Depositing User:||David Osbon|
|Date Deposited:||06 Jun 2016 15:21|
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