Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture addresses what may be the single most important question facing all kinds of performance today. What is the . On live performance, Auslander is trying to challenge the ideas of the traditional value of liveness. Performers in theatre cling to “the magic of. PDF | On Mar 1, , Dean Wilcox and others published Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture. By Philip Auslander. London & New York: Routledge.
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Your comments lead me to suspect that you are glossing the first edition. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Television strove to emulate theatre when it emerged rather than film. Television has become its own culture. Google ScholarGoogle BooksAmazon.
I have chosen this example in part to make the point that a template is not the same as a script: Recent web technologies, web 2. Performance in a Mediatized Culture. Contact Contact Us Help. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through livebess with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Live Performance in a Mediatized Culture Initially, media events were modeled on live ones. Performance in a Mediatized Culture.
LIVENESS: PERFORMANCE IN A MEDIATIZED CULTURE ()
Since its first appearance, Philip Auslander’s ground-breaking book has helped to reconfigure Matthias KarmasinCarsten Winter No preview available – Thanks for reading my book with such close attention. Arguably, the same could be said today of the internet. You must be logged in to post a comment.
Masses have desire for proximity, and at the same time, have desire for reproduced objects. But there is also a crucial difference: This could be just an instance of remediation, where disciplines borrow, reference, and support each other.
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Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. Now that media is culturally dominant, live events are now modeled on mediatized ones. We need to remain alert to what happens to the body when it is mediatised. Auslander is the editor of Performance: Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. This sounds to reference Greenberg on the Avant-Garde and Kitsch.
Live performance in a mediatized culture. Auslander treats this change as one dependent on the historical situation, rather than as dependent on intrinsic properties.
Film, by contrast, is characterized by memory, repetition, and temporal displacement.
I am curious as to the discussion of Gorillaz in the livejess edition. Performances that derive from templates instead reference an ideal template, and attempt to borrow its aura or authority. Similar properties can be said of digital media, but in that case it uses the hypermediate in addition to the immediate, and the illusion of the sanitized vanished much more quickly.
Its specific ability to position itself as theatre’s replacement originates in the claims of immediacy made on behalf of television throughout its development, and in its claim auslqnder replicate theatrical discourse. Yet the most intellectually captivating revisions arrive in the later chapters.