Creation, Dramaturgy and Technology in Performing Arts in the Expanded Field


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This presentation examines the relationship between creation, dramaturgy and technology in the scope of current performing arts. The idea is to reflect on some of the consequences for the structural (or linguistic) articulation of scenic pieces in the expanded field implied by the link between technology and body processes (that suppose the installation of the performer, actor or dancer) through open devices that require the generation of new construction or artistic production methodologies that incorporate randomness, the inclusion of indeterminate variables and/or processes with statistical results.

A brief reflection on the ideological and aesthetic scopes of these practices is also expected.

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