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.

What Is at Stake in Jake Elwes’ Work of Queering AI?

New Media artwork, The Zizi Show by artist Jake Elwes is a deep fake drag show and the first-ever [...]

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 [...]

2021-07-18T15:53:40+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 [...]

2021-05-08T19:38:43+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 [...]

2021-07-22T19:02:44+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.  [...]

2021-04-24T04:36:14+01:0028 July 2020|In Australia, New Media Art, On View, Online Show, Performance|Comments Off on Cinopticon (2020) – Giselle Stanborough

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  [...]

2021-04-24T04:31:13+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 [...]

2021-04-24T04:24:59+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 [...]

2021-05-08T20:51:50+01:0016 July 2020|Digital Art, Feminism, Immersive Environment, New Media Art, Performance, Sculpture|Comments Off on The New Media Sculpture and Performance of Colette Bernard
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