Abstract

The dramaturgical aesthetic of recent postdramatic performance returns to medieval representational modes: an eye can be used as an ear, and vision can be orchestrated like the auditory space of simultaneous relations. Whether an immersive, site-specific, one-to-one, or digital/new media performance, such performance has no one point of view, no “one” in control; success or failure is largely determined by individual and collective will. Closing the loop means beginning, again, in non-Euclidian space.

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