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Rebelo, P. 2003, Performing space. Unpublished paper presented at Symposium on Systems Research in the Arts: Music, Environmental Design, and the Choreography of Space. 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
BibTeX citation key: Rebelo2003
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Categories: General
Keywords: Drama, Performance, Space
Creators: Rebelo
Collection: Symposium on Systems Research in the Arts: Music, Environmental Design, and the Choreography of Space
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Abstract
"The notion of performance is introduced as a design approach to the creation of interactive digital environments. These environments can ultimately be regarded as user-spaces; a condition which replace the art object with a configuration of interactions. Our understanding of space, as suggested by Lefevbre, defines the “inhabitant” as a full participant, a user, a performer of space. Two interactive installations by the author and works by others in the field provide a context for discussion and analysis."
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p.1   Paraphrases LeFevbre's definition of space as the inhabitant, being "a full participant, a user, a performer of space"   Added by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard
Keywords:   Space
p.3   Defines sonic profile "as an internalised mapping of a soundscape – an outline describing the superimposition of various sources, events and their sounding in a space, as perceived by the listener"   Added by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard
Keywords:   Soundscape Space