Cross-Media Audience Experience: Objectivity Through Subjectivity

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The article presents an analysis of a fragment of multimedia performance by the Japanese theatre company Gekidan Kaitaisha in 2004. The piece involved a performer physically responding to recorded images, displayed on a nearby laptop, of military surveillance footage of the bombing of a village in Afghanistan. As an observer of the piece I was shocked both at its content
and at the strength of my emotional response. In this article I deconstruct my subjective response to the event, in order to understand the mechanics of the performance.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBody, Space & Technology
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2002


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