The Work of Dance in the Age of Corporeal Reproduction
The Work of Dance in the Age of Corporeal Reproduction observes that "the line between dance for the theater and dance made for the camera is becoming increasingly blurred in this age of digital reproduction. Digital media has created a non-linear, decentralized culture which renders the “original” moot. In other words, one copy of digitally reproduced data is as valuable as any other copy. As dance lives in the body, both the dancer’s and the viewer’s, it resists digital reproduction. However, artists working with the moving image are persistent as well and continue, often with great success, to overcome the problems associated with reproduction of the corporeal experience of dance..."
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