Performing with machines and performing machines: aspects of human-machine live performance
MetadataShow full item record
The paper describes a selection of machines made for performances or installations. The focus is on specific issues raised by the author’s work with machines in a visual/performance art context.
Jennifer G. Sheridan and Alice Bayliss (eds.). (2007). (re)Actor 2: The Second International Conference on Digital Live Art. Broadcasting House, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds. pp. 32-34.
Paper delivered at (re)Actor 2: The Second International Conference on Digital Live Art, 2007, Broadcasting House, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds.
Showing items related by title, author, subject and abstract.
Dotcheva, Mariana (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2006)End milling is a widely used cutting process involved in different types of finishing profile machining, where the geometry is complex, the tolerances are small and the cost of the operations is high. Despite tremendous ...
Granjon, Paul (ISEA International Australian Network for Art & Technology University of Sydney, 2013)The author is a performance and visual artist whose interest lies in the co-evolution of humans and machines, a subject he explores with self-made machines. The paper describes the aims, method, and context of Biting ...
Granjon, Paul (Intellect Ltd, 2008)The author is a performance and visual artist whose concern lies in the co-evolution of human and machine, a subject on which he comments with self-made machines. The article provides an insight into his artistic practice ...