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Locative media instantiations and mappings of boundaries, as exemplified by a number of recent artist experiments, are set in the perspective of early theatre history and its definition of boundaries and framing rhetoric to create live art. Theatrical events to explore territorial limits and different kinds of social gatherings, sometimes seen as "theatre archaeology", are discussed as possibly valuable precursors for current locative media developments.
Author(s): Norman SJ
Publication type: Online Publication
Publication status: Published
Series Title: Leonardo Electronic Almanach
Access Year: 14
ISSN (print): 1071-4391
Publisher: MIT Press
Place Published: USA
Access Date: 03
Source Publication Date: 01-06-2006