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Modes of spectating

Author: Alison Oddey; Christine White
Publisher: Bristol ; Chicago : Intellect, 2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
The notion of spectatorship has become of increasing interest as artists develop experimental works and manufacturers seek to produce the means for viewing such works. Modes of Spectating explores the visual landscapes which spectators encounter, and how they perceive what they view. The volume questions the effect of different mediums on the spectator and asks not only how we view, but also how what we view  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Oddey, Alison, 1954-
Modes of spectating.
Bristol ; Chicago : Intellect, 2009
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alison Oddey; Christine White
ISBN: 9781841502960 1841502960 1841502391 9781841502397
OCLC Number: 371102643
Description: 1 online resource (265 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Preliminary Pages; Contents; Introduction: Visions Now: Life is a Screen; Part One: Interactive Media and Youth Culture; Chapter 1 Altered States; Chapter 2 A Quick Walk Through Uncanny Valley; Chapter 3 Spectatorship and Action Research Performance Models; Part Two: Imaginative Escape; Chapter 4 The Active Audience: The Network as a Performance Environment; Chapter 5 The Audience in Second Life: Thoughts on the Virtual Spectator; Chapter 6 Cultural Use of Cyberspace: Paradigms of Digital Reality; Chapter 7 Observing the Interactive Movie Experience: The Artist'.
Responsibility: Alison Oddey and Christine White.


Modes of Spectating investigates the questions posed by new artistic and technological mediums on the viewer experience. Oddey and White analyze how gaming and televisual media and entertainment are  Read more...


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