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SEAM Symposium in October 2010

May 30th, 2010 Garth

Introduction:

Everyday, humans coordinate diverse bodily, affective, interpersonal, material and technological resources within rich and evolving cultural and environmental contexts. Throughout human history, artistic presentation has always both exemplified and dramatically extended these verbal and non-verbal forms of embodied interaction (Richard, 2000). The history of artistic milestones from drawing to still photography, motion picture technology, and sensor based motion capture systems indicates that art has long been interpreting the human body in motion. Now, dynamic technologically mediated performing arts environments challenge and reinvent these associations whilst concurrently renegotiating relationships between art and science

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