n De Arte - Interactive art and embodiment: The implicit body as performance, Nathaniel Stern : book review
|Article Title||Interactive art and embodiment: The implicit body as performance, Nathaniel Stern : book review|
|© Publisher:||UNISA Press|
|Publication Date||Jan 2014|
|Pages||97 - 100|
In Interactive art and embodiment, artist and art theorist Nathaniel Stern develops and applies a rigorous set of frameworks for reconsidering the concepts of interactive multimedia, performance, and the creation of bodily meaning and experience. Stern begins by building a lineage for his novel understanding of these ideas. He then develops a framework for the critical evaluation of interactive art based on this understanding, and applies it to some exemplary artworks. Finally he applies the parts of this framework that are relevant for non-interactive multimedia art to some well-known examples of that genre in order to show their further applicability.
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