Alucinação transensorial

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Title Alucinação transensorial
Trans-sensory hallucination
 
Creator Birringer, Johannes
 
Subject Artes; Cibercultura
Atmosfera Cinética; Cenografia; Realidade Aumentada; Vestimentas; Virtualidade Aumentada


Kinetic Atmosphere; Scenography; Augmented Reality; Wearables; Augmented Virtuality

 
Description Após uma breve reflexão sobre teorias do digital e não-digital, este ensaio se preocupa com questões da percepção comum e dos sentidos não usuais, enfatizando a kinaesthetic, noções transensoriais de ex-stasis e o afeto material do ambiente. O autor discute exemplos retirados de estudos atmosféricos, de objetos arquitetônicos e coreográficos, assim como do design de vestimentas usadas em ambientes sensoriais performáticos que foram concebidos como formativos, não construídos em formas estáveis. Além disso, baseando suas investigações em ambientes elementais e coreografias aurais de produções recentes do DAP-Lab, esse ensaio explora os impactos das vestimentas que afetam, e são afetadas por, as interfaces de realidade aumentada e virtualidade aumentada em atmosferas cinéticas – aqui chamadas “kimospheres” – no sentido em que o compositor Xenakis havia imaginado arquiteturas multimídia reverberantes e intensidades espaciais para serem instrumentos vivos, não objetos estáticos ou envelopes.
After a short reflection on theories of the digital and non-digital, this essay is concerned with questions of common perception, un-common senses and a strong focus on kinaesthetic, trans-sensorial notions of ex-stasis, and the material affects of environments. The author discusses examples drawn from atmospheric studies, architecture and choreographic objects, as well as the design of wearables used in sensorial performance environments which themselves are conceived as formative, not built or constructed in a stable form. Furthermore, basing its investigation of such elemental environments and aural choreographies in recent productions of the DAP-Lab, the essay explores the impact of wearables on movement choreography and immersion within choreographic installations. It also addresses more speculative developments of how bodies and wearables come to affect, and be affected by, augmented reality and virtual reality interfaces within kinetic atmospheres – here called “kimospheres” – in the sense in which the composer Xenakis had envisioned reverberant multimedia architectures and spatial intensities to be live instruments, not static objects or envelopes.
 
Publisher Center for Research in Computing, Literature, and Linguistics (NuPILL)
 
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Date 2018-08-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion


 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/textodigital/article/view/1807-9288.2018v14n1p52
10.5007/1807-9288.2018v14n1p52
 
Source Texto Digital; v. 14, n. 1 (2018); 52-74
Texto Digital; v. 14, n. 1 (2018); 52-74
Texto Digital; v. 14, n. 1 (2018); 52-74
1807-9288
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/textodigital/article/view/1807-9288.2018v14n1p52/37116
 
Rights Direitos autorais 2018 Johannes Birringer
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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