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Closer : performance, technologies, phenomenology

Author: Susan Kozel
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2007.
Series: Leonardo (Series) (Cambridge, Mass.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In Closer, Susan Kozel draws on live performance practice, digital technologies, and the philosophical approach of phenomenology. Trained in dance and philosophy, Kozel places the human body at the center of explorations of interactive interfaces, responsive systems, and affective computing, asking what can be discovered as we become closer to our computers - as they become extensions of our ways of thinking,  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Kozel
ISBN: 9780262113106 0262113104
OCLC Number: 81252638
Description: xxi, 355 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Performing phenomenology --
Science friction --
An unavoidable necessity --
The pre-reflective --Resonance --
Connective tissue --
Flesh --
Reversibility --
The invisible --
Disequilibrium --
The method --
Heterophenomenology --
Sexual difference --
Performance --
Techne/technologies --
Saturated by the virtual --
Telematics : extending bodies --
Spacemaking : virtuality and materiality --
Exiles, ghosts, and astronauts --
Architectures of the real --
Liftlink : on voice and ideology --
The extended body : telematics and pedagogy --
Responsive architectures : an embodied poetics --
Time on my hands : performing alone with a wooden room --
Strange meanderings : an embodied poetics --
Responsivity out of interactivity --
From performance to installation --
From joint to joint : process phenomenologies --
Skin, flesh, metabolism --
Longitude and latitude --
Motion capture : performing alterity --
Performance animation --
Empathy, seduction, control --
Fear of capture --
Intercorporeality --
Performing alterity --
Affect, motion, ethics --
Wearables : the flesh of social computing --
Data choreography --
Corporeal telepathy --
Affective computing --
Conjunctive tissue of visibility --
A force field of passions --The abject ... "quite close."
Series Title: Leonardo (Series) (Cambridge, Mass.)
Responsibility: Susan Kozel.
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As our computers become closer to our bodies, perspectives from phenomenology and dance can help us understand the wider social uses of digital technologies and design future technologies that expand  Read more...

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