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Distributed Liveness: Understanding How New Technologies Transform Performance Experiences

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Distributed Liveness: Understanding How New Technologies Transform Performance Experiences
We identify emerging phenomena of distributed liveness, involving new relationships among performers, audiences, and technology. Liveness is a recent, technology-based construct, which refers to experiencing an event in real-time with the possibility for shared social realities. Distributed liveness entails multiple forms of physical, spatial, and social copresence between performers and audiences across physical and virtual spaces. We interviewed expert performers about how they experience liveness in physically co-present and distributed settings. Findings show that distributed performances and technology need to support flexible social copresence and new methods for sensing subtle audience reand conveying engagement abstractly. Author Keywords Distributed performance, liveness, audience engagement ACM Classification Keywords J.5 Computer Applications: Arts and Humanities
Andrew M. Webb, Chen Wang, Andruid Kerne, Pablo C&
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Type Journal
Year 2016
Where CSCW
Authors Andrew M. Webb, Chen Wang, Andruid Kerne, Pablo César
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