AffeXity : performing affect using augmented reality

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Publication Article, peer reviewed scientific
Title AffeXity : performing affect using augmented reality
Author(s) Kozel, Susan
Date 2012
English abstract
This discussion of affect and performance is based on early research for an artistic project called AffeXity exploring the use of Augmented Reality to embed affective choreographies in urban spaces. Affect is understood in terms of intensities and contingency, while performance is defined as a triangulation of bodily movement, emergence and shimmering. After a brief reflection on how technical development and artistic processes impact each other, the middle section of this article contains ‘an inventory of shimmers’ which are words from the processes of dance improvisation, video capture and editing. A methodological perspective is proposed. It is called affective sensibility.
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Publisher Open Humanities Press
Host/Issue The Fibreculture Journal;21
ISSN 1449-1443
Pages 72-96
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) affect
artistic research
augmented reality
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION
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