Performing the Digital
by T. Beyes, M. Leeker, I. Schipper
Publisher: De Gruyter Open 2017
Number of pages: 304
Bringing together scholars from performance studies, media theory, sociology and organization studies as well as practitioners of performance, the contributions engage with the implications of digital media and its networked infrastructures for modulations of affect and the body, for performing cities, protest, organization and markets, and for the performativity of critique.
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