DIGITAL MONKEYS: HOW AN INTERNET-BASED PERFORMANCE CAN REFLECT THE DEVELOPMENT OF RULES IN SOCIETY

R Martin
This paper explores the idea that audience interaction in improvised performance can challenge and, in turn, change the way that audience members understand relationships and structures in society. I propose that it is the visceral experience of simulated social relations during a performance that facilitates this reframing in the audience. This concept is examined with regards to Digital Monkeys, an internet-based, audience-interactive improvisation that aims to achieve this very goal. Specifically, Digital Monkeys aims to...
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