Playformance: The Virtual Ampliﬁcation of Spontaneous Hand Gestures in Performance Art
Ghaderi, Maziar (2014) Playformance: The Virtual Ampliﬁcation of Spontaneous Hand Gestures in Performance Art. Masters thesis, OCAD University.
Playformance (an originally-coined term) oﬀers the space for performance artists to rethink their art practice in new ways through the incorporation of augmentative technology. In this line of research, spontaneous hand gestures (in addition to other forms of movement) serve as a kinetic form of creative articulation, and are translated to aﬀect projected graphics rendered live. By situating interactive technology as an extension of the artist’s expression, playformance posits that this user-authored virtual output has the potential to convey the user’s inner thoughts and/
|Divisions:||Graduate Studies > Digital Futures|
|Date Deposited:||18 Dec 2014 13:47|
|Last Modified:||18 Dec 2014 13:47|
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