Dynamic Perception of Plastic Movements: Biomechanics and Digital Artifacts

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The article offers some reflections on the body-space relationship through images, graphic translations and visual studies that converge into a contemporary digital illuminated avant-garde of the fourth virtual dimension. Starting from the study of the Soviet coreutics of the 1920s and thebiomechanics of multimedia performances, it moves on the cinesthetic suggestions and to the dance theorization integrated with the musical score. Finally, some contemporary forms of digital image production are taken into account by addressing a number of issues regarding the exploration ofthe object-image and its experiential re-elaboration through the production of new graphic knowledge.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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