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e-Dancing: The impact of VREs in defining new research methodologies for embodied, practice-led research in choreography and performance.
Helen,Bailey Martin,Turner Anja,Le Blanc
Appeared in: Proceedings of the UK e-Science All Hands Conference 2007 website: http://www.allhands.org.uk/2007/
Publisher: National e-Science Centre
Field of Science: e-Science
Abstract: This paper explores the impact of specific Virtual Research Environments to help define new research methodologies as well as aid existing practice. It takes an Arts and Humanities research example, specifically one within an arts practice-led research context. This on the face of it would seem to be one of the most challenging and potentially least suitable topics, to study the applicability and the possible benefits of the environment within a wider context. The case study central to this paper is Stereo-bodies a collaborative practice-led research project, whose aim was to explore the ways in which different VREs could provide the context for the development of new creative practice, as well as novel methods to document and analytically evaluate the resulting performances.
Keywords: e-Science, AHM 2007
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