Wooden Worlds: Aesthetical and Technical Aspects of a Multimedia Performance Using Real-Time Interaction

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  • Visible and Invisible Actors of Interactive Audiovisual Performance

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  • Wooden Worlds: Aesthetical and Technical Aspects of a Multimedia Performance Using Real-Time Interaction

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  • Wooden Worlds is an audiovisual, interactive performance by Claudia Robles Angel and Javier Alejandro Garavaglia. The piece, of variable length (conceived however to be about an hour long), is a complex multimedia performance, in which viola, video, photography, soundscapes, live electronics and live processing of pre-recorded sounds interact with each other in real time, all of which intersect in art, science and technology. The paper describes the technical aspects of the work as much as its aesthetical approach and intention. The concept of haptic images, as described by Deleuze [1] and their usage in the artwork is also introduced and explained.

    [1] Deleuze, G., Guattari, F. and Massumi, B. 2004. A thousand plateaus: capitalism and schizophrenia. Continuum International Publishing Group, NYC, p. 545.

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