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ISSUE 25 : Whose Party Is It Anyway?
Rethinking Technology: Sense of Future for “Render Ghost”?
科技劇場再思考:〈Render Ghost〉與未來意識
February 9th, 2016Type: Performance
Author: Rikey Tenn Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 《典藏今藝術》no.280
Note: Based upon the traditional understanding of theater, the author tries to examine the paradox between the perception of “liveness” and the text in CBMI's "Render Ghost”. By articulating the theater as media, he aims to provide a certain guided path to “understanding of theatrical experience.” On the other hand, he puts forth a question regarding how a critic should take from his/her personal physical perception to respond to the reflection and stimuli of new technology/media and subsequently formulates an effective model for the mediatization of the theater.
Render Ghost, Photo: Chen, Etang
常被引用的Shannon & Weaver的溝通模型示意圖 (取自wikipedia) (註6)
Render Ghost (2015), photo courtesy of CBMI
Alter Bahnhof Video Walk, Janet Cardiff and Georges Bures Miller