A list of freely available performance videos on the Web.
How does biology inform our perception of the performer on stage and how relevant is the knowledge of scientific and technological advances in biology to the actor today?
The more people hear my voice, the more my voice becomes important regardless of what I have to say.
A keynote lecture given by Australian avant-garde performance artist Stelarc at the Transmediale Festival in Berlin, 2007
We’ve entered an era of free and open information on the web, partly due to current revenue models and user trends but partly because the old institutions of knowledge cannot survive offline.
The number of open public archives appearing on the Web of late is astounding. Here is another notable entry developed by the University of Oxford called The Great War Archive. The aim of the site is to collect material related … Continued
It might sound surprising to hear the visionary filmmaker and multi-media artist Peter Greenaway claiming the death of cinema, given that he is working on three new films to be shot next year, and that his last work Nightwatching (2007) … Continued
Modern theatre criticism has problems, and those problems are generational in nature. That’s the one overriding conclusion with which I left the Royal Court after Brickbats in Cyberspace, in which a panel of theatre critics, bloggers and theatre practitioners convened … Continued
Meyerhold was in search of a new kind of theatre; one that could widen its emotional potential to express new thoughts and ideas and reflect the times in which he was living.
How does theatre work in a virtual online environment such as Second Life? What can we learn from this virtual experience and carry over into ‘real world’ theatre practice, and vice-versa?