Multi-Sensory Perception, Embodied Experience, and the Development of an Interactive Multimedia Performance Environment

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Title
Multi-Sensory Perception, Embodied Experience, and the Development of an Interactive Multimedia Performance Environment
Contributors
Knoth, Brian M. (creator)
Winkler, Dr. Todd (Director)
Rovan, Dr. Joseph "Butch" (Reader)
Salter, Dr. Chris (Reader)
Brown University. Music: Computer Music and Multimedia Composition (sponsor)
Doi
10.7301/Z0S46Q67
Copyright Date
2011
Abstract
This document, the written portion of my dissertation project, is a companion to the interactive multimedia performance work Unless (2009), which featured movement artist Emily Beattie and was performed twice in May of 2009 and November of 2009 respectively. It details the inspirations and foundations for the creative project from a theoretical, technical and aesthetic perspective. In addition, it contains critical commentary and analysis, but should never be read solely as a review or summary of the work completed. Instead, it should also be considered an exploration of the underlying fundamentals that form the basis of an original interdisciplinary approach to aesthetic production, research and general inquiry.
Keywords
Interactive multimedia
Computer music
Performance
Dance
Perception
Digital media
Notes
Thesis (Ph.D. -- Brown University (2011)
Extent
x, 178 p.

Citation

Knoth, Brian M., "Multi-Sensory Perception, Embodied Experience, and the Development of an Interactive Multimedia Performance Environment" (2011). Computer Music and Multimedia Composition Theses and Dissertations. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.7301/Z0S46Q67

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