Digital Performance is a very wide category filled with a range of productions. It is performance that incorporates and integrates computer technologies and techniques.[1] Performers can incorporate multimedia into any type of production whether it is live on a theatre stage or in the street. Anything as small as video recordings or a visual image classifies the production as multimedia. When the key role in a performance is the technologies, it is considered a digital performance. This can be as little as projections on a screen in front of a live audience to creating and devising a performance in an online environment to using animation and sensing software’s.

Curator’s Radar #1: Discover Sian Fan the Multi-talented Artist

Agora Digital Art is proud to present the first episode of Curator's Radar with Adrian StClair. Our first mark [...]

2021-04-17T14:13:06+01:0011 January 2021|Digital Art, In London, Interview, Performance, Podcast Interview, Video Art, Virtual Reality, Women To Watch|Comments Off on Curator’s Radar #1: Discover Sian Fan the Multi-talented Artist

We will be seen – visibility in the works of Martine Syms

Immerse into a digital realm, where stories are told through the eyes of an artist committed to depicting real [...]

2021-04-11T00:11:16+01:0019 August 2020|New Media Art, Performance, Video Art, Women To Watch|Comments Off on We will be seen – visibility in the works of Martine Syms

Scenographer, Architect and Artist: Rebecca van Beeck defies artistic labels

South African artist Rebecca van Beeck talks with our Editor about her migration online during lockdown and her participation [...]

2021-04-16T23:47:45+01:003 August 2020|Architecture Design, Art and Technology, Digital Art, In London, Interview, New Media Art, Performance|Comments Off on Scenographer, Architect and Artist: Rebecca van Beeck defies artistic labels

Cinopticon (2020) – Giselle Stanborough

Conceptual artist, Giselle Stanborough considers the boundary between the public and private spheres in the context of online life.  [...]

2021-04-09T23:48:10+01:0028 July 2020|In Australia, New Media Art, On View, Online Show, Performance|Comments Off on Cinopticon (2020) – Giselle Stanborough

(M)otherhood: on/ off-line and in lockdown – Helen Benigson and Paola Lucente

In this Agora Talk, Dr Helen Benigson shared her experience about motherhood, the ongoing performance on/ offline and in [...]

Procreate and be a mother … – Helen Benigson and Paola Lucente

What does it mean to become a mother in the 21st Century? Alexandra Busila  |  Ed YoungMi Lamine  [...]

2021-04-10T00:08:30+01:0018 July 2020|Digital Art, In London, LGBTQIA+, New Media Art, Performance, Video Art|Comments Off on Procreate and be a mother … – Helen Benigson and Paola Lucente

(M)otherhood: Online, Offline and in Lockdown

Benigson uses the terms “Fattening” and “flattening” are words that we can physically feel on our fingertips.  As something [...]

2021-04-10T00:12:16+01:0017 July 2020|Agora Talks, Digital Art, Feminism, Performance|Comments Off on (M)otherhood: Online, Offline and in Lockdown

The New Media Sculpture and Performance of Colette Bernard

Looking at how technology is enhancing pre-existing artistic practises. Elspeth Walker  |  Ed Francesca Gransden  |  10 July 2020 [...]

2021-02-13T20:32:58+00:0016 July 2020|Digital Art, Feminism, Immersive Environment, New Media Art, Performance, Sculpture|Comments Off on The New Media Sculpture and Performance of Colette Bernard

Digital Art Performance and Spatial Immersion – Rebecca van Beeck and The PLOT

In this Agora Talk, Rebecca van Beeck shared her digital performance in the immersive space created by The PLOT [...]

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