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21 Theatrical communication takes place between the performer and spectator via the emotional and imaginative exchange of body and voice of performer. This interchange is captured in a temporal moment of engagement. The performer’s presence, in the vocalised, moving body, energises that moment and process of time, space and audience reception, giving both meaning and making to the ‘performing’ theatrical moment. It is a collaborative experience. The performer’s movement is a key signiﬁer in relation to the vocal quality of text spoken, articulated and constructed as discourse.
24. 122. 25. 19. 26. , if nobody speaks of remarkable things, London: Bloomsbury, 2002. 27. Flyer, LIFT, 2004. This work is discussed in detail in chapter 4. 28. Ibid. 29. Publicity Flyer, Linked. 30. com, 6th January 2003. 31. Interview with Oddey, unpublished, 2000. 32. Donnell, A. , 2000, p. xxvii. 33. , ‘Introduction’, Lives and Works, 3:1–2, 1994, p. i. 34. , English Autobiography: Its Emergence, Materials and Form, University of California Press, 1954, p. 45. 35. Viola’s ‘The Messenger’ was commissioned by Durham Cathedral in 1996, by the Chaplaincy to the Arts & Recreation in North-East England.
By using the city, in the widest sense, as raw material, we combined video and selected VR (Virtual Reality) technologies to build a virtual interactive space, composed of abstractions of this material. The Living Image is an immersive, interactive real-time installation. It is based on a series of modelled environments. The imagery centres on the night-time spaces of the city of London, UK, ﬁltered through our memories and fantasies. I use 3D digital visualisation tools for set designs and animated stage projections.
A Panorama of Pure Mathematics (Pure and Applied Mathematics (Academic Pr)) by Jean A. Dieudonne