Theatre, Performance and Analogue Technology: Historical Interfaces and Intermedialities (BOK)
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This trans-historical essay collection explores spectacular analogue performance technologies from Ancient Greece to before the Second World War in a study that is the first of its kind. From Heron of Alexandria's mechanical theatres to the fin de siecle theatre phone, from ancient mechanical elephants to early modern automata, from Enlightenment electrical experiments to Victorian spectral illusions, this volume offers an original examination of the precursors of contemporary digital performance. Featuring essays by contributors including Johannes Birringer, Odai Johnson, Kate Newey and Richard Beacham amongst others, the volume is the first book to offer key insights on analogue precursors to contemporary digital performance.
|Vekt||454 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Andre medvirkende||Kara Reilly||Emner og form||Theatre: technical & background skills, History of engineering & technology, Dance & other performing arts|