Orlan, Stelarc & Virtual Reality


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Identity operated in new mode: Context and body/space/time
M Gržini? – Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in Media …, 2011 – books.google.com
… Stelarc is the potential cyborg: in his project “Ping Body,” 3 his muscles are activated over the … Orlan, on the other hand, is a prefinal form of a cyborg, a modern Frankenstein who considers … the space of illusion to enter our living rooms and in the case of virtual reality, it literally …

Body Imagery in the Avant-gardes of the twentieth Century
N Hein – Body, Space and Technology Journal, 2010 – people.brunel.ac.uk
… As Orlan enters a new phase in her work, using virtual reality instead of the scalpel to transform her body, she moves further from the body and performance art involving mutilation and enters what Stelarc has described as the ‘virtue’ of the cyberworld: ‘Virtual Reality technology …

Ethical issues of human enhancement technologies: Cyborg technology as the extension of human biology
I Greguric – Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics …, 2014 – emeraldinsight.com
… Virtual Reality technology allows a transgression of boundaries between male/female, human/machine, time/space … As Stelarc, the French artist Orlan wants to show her body through her experiments as software and interface which can be used in different ways …

Constructing the Technological Body: The Art and Politics of Orlan and Franko B’s Machinic Theatre
P Chrysochou – 2012 – lekythos.library.ucy.ac.cy
… 6 For Orlan, modern technological advances in cosmetic surgery, eugenics and virtual reality have now shattered any notion of a natural body as being nothing more than a precarious … like Stelarc and Orlan are already using machines and the latest robotic technology to …

The Heritage of Conceptual Art and Posthumanist Art
J Beuys – Media, Culture, and Society – researchgate.net
… a witness of the massive hallucination imposed by TV and the later electronic media like computers, the internet, 3D and virtual reality … Among transhumanist artists I could generally include HR Giger, as a forerunner, Stelarc, Orlan, Pic- cinini and Eduardo Kac, that are the …

The body electric in the age of virtual reality and transhumanism: Forces changing the West’s notions of self, identity and humanness
RB Scott – Explorations in Media Ecology, 2015 – ingentaconnect.com
… English language. doi: 10.1386/eme.14.3-4.275_1 KEYWORDS technopoly virtual reality biotechnology artificial intelligence cyber spirituality wearable devices ROBERT B. SCOTT Ryerson University The body electric in the age of virtual reality and transhumanism: Forces …

Cyber-Salvation: Body in Virtual Skies
MA Su?kowska-Janowska – Art, Literature, and Passions of the Skies, 2012 – Springer
… The article focuses on the phenomenon of virtual reality in the context of a ‘paradise lost … Artistic works of Stelarc could illustrate the essence of this swaggering human attention: the artist wonders if to be … Admittedly, it would be hard to not agree with a French artist Orlan, for whom …

Digital performance: how representations of physical and virtual bodies inform identity construction/deconstruction
H Ren – 2015 – bura.brunel.ac.uk
… Orlan’s face becomes a bio-synthetic, sub-dermal insignia of volatility that ‘addresses sexual politics, gender inequality, and cultural identity’ (Pitts 2003: 03). In this context Stelarc and Orlan can be seen to have been divergent in their approach to body-identity …

Cyborgs/power+ cyborg/art: race, gender, class
CH Gray, S Mentor, L Olivares – Teknokultura, 2013 – revistas.ucm.es
… Architects led the way in conceptualizing virtual reality and other hybrid spaces, and here and architect-artist leads in demonstrating manifest symptoms of … _____, (2002): “In Defense of Prefgurative Art: The Aesthetics and Ethics of Orlan and Stelarc,” The Cyborg …

Digital creation: a state of the arts
P Berger – Proceedings of the 2014 Virtual Reality International …, 2014 – dl.acm.org
… Beyond representations and virtual realizations (artificial life) , bio-art may operate with actual living material, be they plants (Telegarden), animals (luminescent rabbits of Eduardo Kac) or the artist’ body itself (Stelarc, Orlan) …

Narrating the Digital: The Evolving Memento Mori
S Pitsillides, J Jefferies – Digital Legacy and Interaction, 2013 – Springer
… the inside and outside of the body, making the invisible visible, man and machine/their literal merger, man as represented in virtual reality (as a … However, having said this we would propose in equal measure that we need artists like Stelarc and ORLAN in contemporary …

Becoming dragon: a mixed reality durational performance in Second Life
M Cárdenas, C Head, T Margolis… – … Reality of Virtual Reality …, 2009 – spiedigitallibrary.org
… everything began with 1mg of estradiol.” Excerpt from “Homage to Orlan, biochemical poetry … The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2009, edited by Ian E. McDowall, Margaret Dolinsky … in Transmission/Transition: Learning to Live in Mixed Realities” with Stelarc and “Biopoltics …

Devices that Alter…. A potted inquiry
D Wilde – academia.edu
… (Krueger, 1993) Ivan Sutherland’s pioneering work introducing head-?mounted displays to virtual reality (Sutherland, 1968), for example, developed around the same time as … 1 http://v2.stelarc. org/projects.html 2 http://www.orlan.net/ 3 http://www.BMEzine.com/ 4 http://www …

Technology and embodiment: Relationships and implications for knowledge, creativity and communication
S Price, G Roussos, TP Falcão… – Beyond Current …, 2009 – researchgate.net
… Until recently, ubicomp was seen as the opposite of virtual reality – where interaction is placed inside a virtual world whilst ubicomp … ethical and cultural issues and long-term effects associated with extreme surgical intervention, eg Orlan (www.orlan.net), Stelarc (www.stelarc …

Cyborg Art’as a Critical Sphere of Inquiry into Increasing Corporeal Human-Technology Merger
E Borst – Frontiers of Cyberspace, 2012 – brill.com
… Stelarc, the controversial and renowned Australian performance artist who centres his artistic focus on prosthetics and robotics, is one of the staunchest proponents of the inadequacy of the body’s functioning systems, and the outdated concept of aging.41 He refers to the natural …

Artificial Monsters: From Cyborg To Artificial Intelligence
R GRAMANTIERI – Monsters of Film, Fiction, and Fable: The …, 2018 – books.google.com
… The philosophical speculations on artificial intelligence and on virtual reality originate with posthumanism, and it is interesting to note that they all have a positive connotation … Virtual reality is therefore a monster once again, and, for now, only a few Page 312 …

Understanding and Evaluating User Centred Design in Wearable Expressions.
J Nugroho, KA Beilharz – NIME, 2010 – educ.dab.uts.edu.au
… He has used medical instruments, prosthetics, robotics, virtual reality systems and the Internet to explore alternative, intimate and involuntary interfaces with the body … [2] Clarke, J. ‘The Human/Not Human in the Work of Orlan and Stelarc’ …

Cultural robotics: the culture of robotics and robotics in culture
H Samani, E Saadatian, N Pang… – International …, 2013 – journals.sagepub.com
In this paper, we have investigated the concept of “Cultural Robotics” with regard to the evolution of social into cultural robots in the 21st Century. By defin…

From cyber to cyborg: The influence of motivation and personality traits on the merging of consumer and technology
T Wiyanto, EM Luck, SW Mathews – Marketing in the Age of …, 2011 – eprints.qut.edu.au
… were created to emulate human functions (Chaminade et al., 2010); individuals who extend and implant their physical bodies with robotic technologies, such as experiments by Stelarc and Orlan (Zylinska, 2002 … Defining virtual reality: Dimensions determining telepresence …

Performance and technology: the myth of disembodiment
S Popat – Performance Perspectives: A Critical Introduction, 2011 – books.google.com
… One might call the performance space a place of mixed reality, where real and virtual have intertwined since long before the advent of technological virtual reality … stelarc … Other performance artists working with body augmentation include Orlan and Guillermo Gómez-Peña …

Digital performance and avant-garde artistic distinctions
P Sztabi?ska – Art Inquiry. Recherches sur les arts, 2017 – ceeol.com
… between them becomes as fluid as the boundary between the real world and the virtual reality of the … P. Zawojski, Kim jest i co mówi nam Stelarc, w: Stelarc … attempting to mark its reality through permanence.”33 And how should we then understand Orlan’s surgical performances …

The Invisible Presence of Trans-bodies: Unpacking Regimes of Visibility and Visuality Through Tom Cho’s Look Who’s Morphing
M Baumkel – 2015 – etd.library.vanderbilt.edu
… The authors address the idea of altering the body later in the chapter when they discuss the performance artists Orlan, Stelarc, and Kate Bornstein in the ways that they all embody the … authors discuss work by Orlan and Stelarc, they do not go beyond mentioning Kate Bornstein’s …

The Anthropology Of New Visuality As The Reflection On ‘Digital’ Visual Culture
K Chmielecki – academia.edu
… Thanks to it the user can make visual changes in the virtual reality, which does not seem … Orlan’s project ‘spreads (…) between the real, biological body and virtual body, between nature and technozone'[26 … In the topic of ‘virtual body’ there are also the works of Stelarc, who claims …

Aesthetics of transition. New metric of the body
G Cipolletta – Ideas, 2018 – noemalab.eu
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Redefining the body in cyberculture: Art’s contribution to a new understanding of embodiment
 Yurtsever, UB Tasa – The Real and the Virtual, 2009 – academia.edu
… Mind”, a civilization of identities who left their bodies be- hind.18 While Virtual Reality (VR) and … a series of her performances that she named The Reincarnation of St Orlan (1990) during … known artist, who glorifies the re-construction of the body through technolo- gies, is Stelarc …

Cyberfeminist theories and the benefits of teaching cyberfeminist literature
MZ Paniagua – Social sciences and cultural studies-issues of …, 2012 – intechopen.com
… Most of his works are centered on his idea that the human body is obsolete. Orlan based one of her operations on a text by Antonin Artaud who dreamed of a body without organs … Stelarc uses medical instruments, prosthetics, robotics, virtual reality systems, the …

Media, technology, and performance
DZ Saltz – 2013 – JSTOR
… the performance genre, with chapter 7 focusing on immersive technologies like virtual reality and immersive … Merce Cunningham and the Judson choreographers—as well as to cyborg performers like Orlan … and Stelarc, who modify their own bodies with technology; to the use of …

Sex Bot Mantra: A Cybrid Performance By The Posthuman Tantra
ES FRANCO – COMPUTER ART & DESIGN FOR ALL, 2014 – researchgate.net
… works of artists involved with new technologies and thoughts about the posthuman: Orlan, HR Giger, Mark Pauline, Natasha Vita More, Stelarc, Roy Ascott … over the impact of new technologies-bioengineering, nanotechnology, robotics, telematics and virtual reality-on the …

Arts-Based Research Otherwise
J Wallin – Arts-Based Research, 2013 – Springer
… 2012, 178-179.) Skin’s significance, when theorizing contemporary art, is explored on three intra-related levels through three contemporary performance artists—two of which are very well-known within global artistic circles for their extremism—Stelarc and Orlan, while the third …

Self/Image: Technology, Representation, and the Contemporary Subject
J Klein – Contemporary Theatre Review, 2009 – Taylor & Francis
… What do contemporary technologies of representation such as video, virtual reality, digital film or … interspersed with ‘breaks’ – detailed discussions of artists such as Orlan, Asco, Jonathan … deal with photographic self- portraits, self-representation in video, and Stelarc’s so-called …

Skins\screens\circuits: how technology remade the body
CEC Kinsey – 2012 – discovery.ucl.ac.uk
… studies. A range of both theory- and practice-based work started to look at the way in which new technologies – from biomedicine to virtual reality – seemed … Reincarnation of Saint Orlan; 1992 to 1993 Stelarc works on his Virtual Arm …

Me-Artist As Cyborg-Artist: Extraneity Vs. Conformity Dilemma
MI Lupu – 2016 – researchgate.net
… Of course, not from the point of view of Orlan, Eduardo Kac, or Stelarc, for that … mounted a camera on his own head back in the 1990s” said: «“Stelarc embodies the … 27 Edward Guthmann, “Movie Review / Virtual Reality Run Amok In ‘Strange’ Thriller / Fiennes, Bassett film goes …

An Approach to Teaching Digital Interactive Performance.
R MOCAN – Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Dramatica, 2017 – ceeol.com
… Representative in this sense is Dancing with a Virtual Dervish, a virtual reality work created in 1992 by … In her performances, Orlan underwent a series of aesthetic operations aimed at acting against the … Another artist who transforms his own body into performing space is Stelarc …

Aesthetics of transition. New metric of the body (metro-body)
G Cipolletta – noemalab.eu
… the various forms of Body Art; from Orlan’s aesthetic and bio-politic practices, to Sterlac’s contamination between flesh and technology, up to Jaron Lanier’s virtual reality … shaw.net/ 15 http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/visible/visible_human.html 16 http://stelarc.org/testForFlash …

Altered states: Doble and Strong’s milk of the poppy
A Crawford – Art Monthly Australia, 2011 – search.informit.com.au
… of course the artists who tackle the body first-hand, the likes of Orlan with her … to her ultimately suicidal plastic surgery addiction-cum-performance art, or, in Stelarc’s case, the … the milking of the horseshoe crab – the exoskeleton of which resembles a crude virtual reality helmet or …

An introduction to new media and cybercultures
PK Nayar – 2010 – books.google.com
… While virtual reality (VR) environments are fashionable for academic studies of cyberculture, they do not, as Lisa Nakamura (2006) rightly points out … The theme of disembodiment and bodily transcendence also forms the basis of the work of cyber- and digital artists like Stelarc …

Social Proxies and Real-World Avatars: Impersonation as a Mode of Capitalist Production
A LaFarge – Art Journal, 2014 – Taylor & Francis
… The science fiction writer Neal Stephenson helped to popularize this idea of the avatar as a virtual body in his novel Snow Crash, in which the term “avatar” denotes a human inhabitant of his virtual reality called the Metaverse, which itself is a lineal descendant of William …

SwanQuake: House:’messing the system up’
S Popat – Performance Perspectives: A Critical Introduction, 2011 – books.google.com
… By the turn of this millennium, it was evident that virtual reality was unable to deliver the ultimate alternative existence that it seemed to promise in the early … Performance artist Stelarc explores the augmentation and alteration of his own body through science and technology …

Ethics of brain emulations
A Sandberg – Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis
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Posthuman visions: Creating the technologized body
B Lunceford – Explorations in Media Ecology, 2012 – ingentaconnect.com
… Jaye Breyer P-Orridge, who together were trying to create a third entity through surgical practice; and Stelarc, a performance … New digital and biogenetic technologies – in the shape of media such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence, genetic modification and techno- logical …

Corporeality, medical technologies and contemporary culture
F Ortega – 2013 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Page 2. Corporeality, Medical Technologies and Contemporary Culture This book examines the confusions and contradictions that manifest in prevalent attitudes towards the body, as well as in related bodily practices …

Prosthetic scenographies: scenographic extension of the senses and mediation of the performance space in Tower
L Thornett – International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital …, 2018 – Taylor & Francis
… Watching through the binoculars produces a strange sensation; akin, in my experi- ence, to wearing virtual reality goggles in the out-of-place experience of visually perceiving the imagined space whilst your body continues to perceive the real space …

Introduction: Why Cyborg Theatre
J Parker-Starbuck – Cyborg Theatre, 2011 – Springer
… the now “old” mediums of television and video to newer digital interfaces, motion capture, virtual reality, web- based … limited to a literal fusing of the live and technological (such as the ear Stelarc has had implanted into his arm, or the actual transformation of Orlan’s face), the …

Human Body’s Extensions
S U?ur – Wearing Embodied Emotions, 2013 – Springer
… Orlan was questioning aesthetic values and tried to break them by her provocative art performances … Stelarc (1995) argues that the skin as a barrier fades away and the self can … Vibro-tactile wearables can be used in virtual reality in order to increase tactile experience …

Crossing the boundaries: Stelarc’s artworks and the reclaiming of the obsolete body
SH Van Zyl – 2010 – wiredspace.wits.ac.za
… and the chronological selection of artworks in this chapter will progressively unfold the concepts and performances that enact the contemporary dynamics of prosthesis, embodiment and virtual reality which have been central to Stelarc’s performance art. Analyzing the …

The sociology of the body
BS Turner – Social Theory, 2009 – is.muni.cz
… The new information technology and the possibility of virtual reality and cyberspace have all attracted great interest … constructionism as an implicit theoretical framework, can also be said to include the political statements of the artistic performances by Stelarc and Orlan …

Matrices of Embodiment: Rethinking Binary and the Politics of Digital Representation
C Kinsey – Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 2014 – journals.uchicago.edu
… perceive artistic practice’s recent move away from an interest in the flesh-machine hybrid bodies of the 1990s (Stelarc and Orlan are frequently … This project used Virtual Reality Modeling Language to enable users at home to build a graphic representation of a virtual self or …

Arm-A-Dine: Towards Understanding the Design of Playful Embodied Eating Experiences
YD Mehta, RA Khot, R Patibanda… – Proceedings of the 2018 …, 2018 – dl.acm.org
… Recently, Arnold et al. [2] explored cooperative eating as an interactive way to enrich virtual reality experiences while offering … Stelarc [31] through his seminal artwork “The Third Arm” demonstrates how to control an on-body robotic arm through muscles around his abdomen …

12 Drama and Performance Studies
D Ploeger, A Clarke – The Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural …, 2013 – academic.oup.com
… scholars Randall Packer and Ken Jordan’s book Multimedia: From Wagner to Virtual Reality (WW Norton [2002]) … She locates the metaphoric potential of Stelarc’s Exoskeleton (1999) robot performance in its insect-like movement, and considers Orlan’s culturing of …

The Expressive Characteristics of the Posthuman Body in Fashion Illustration
JH Choi – Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, 2011 – koreascience.or.kr
Jeffrey Deitch Fusion of computer and biotechnology Plastic Surgery Using of Photoshop, Virtual reality …

Interfaces of Performance
M Chatzichristodoulou, J Jefferies – 2016 – books.google.com
… Age of New Media (Cambridge, MA, 2009), The Ethics of Cultural Studies (London, 2005) and is also the editor of The Cyborg Experiments: The Extensions of the Body in the Media Age, a collection of essays on the work of performance artists Stelarc and ORLAN (London, 2002 …

Minding the body: The body in psychoanalysis and beyond
A Lemma – 2014 – taylorfrancis.com
… In virtual reality the Internet becomes attractive because there are no limits, and no boundaries … Virtual reality may stimulate sexual fantasies and masturbation, but it bypasses touch through which the sensual body comes into being (Anzieu, 1989) …

Late 20th Century SF: Multimedia, Visual SF and Others
A Roberts – The History of Science Fiction, 2016 – Springer
… Stelarc is interested in information storage and retrieval as much as in purely physical additions; and … be more accurate to describe her as a sculptor, is French artist Orlan (she took … There’s a rather dreary literalism in this conceptualisation of virtual reality as dominated by verbal …

8 Epilogue: A Perspective on Perspectives
J Pitches – Performance Perspectives: A Critical Introduction, 2011 – books.google.com
… practices, but from diverse sources–from live art and site specific performance, to circus, dance and applied theatre, from everyday and quotidian performance to virtual reality and cyber … Stelarc (2007) Inaugural Lecture, Brunel University, Monday 15 October 2007 … org Orlan–www …

From the cyborg to the apparatus. Figures of posthumanism in the philosophy of Giorgio Agamben and the contemporary performing arts of Kris Verdonck.
K Van Baarle – 2018 – biblio.ugent.be
… cyborg-posthumanism as it developed since the 1990s, both in theory as in the arts, such as Orlan, Stelarc, Eduardo Kac and CREW How do we look at their artistic strategies and the politics behind them twenty to thirty years later? Respectively focusing on …

Chapitre 4. Cyborg identities and contemporary techno-utopias: adaptations and transformations of the body in the age of nanotechnology
M Maestrutti – Journal international de bioéthique, 2011 – cairn.info
… This is the case in Orlan’s body art, which modifies his features by means of live surgical interventions, Stelarc’s declaration on the … will be connected to biological neurons allowing them to control our senses and feelings, create a total immersion in virtual reality and above …

Grace
G Kingston – unsworks.unsw.edu.au
… as high technology, which now includes cyberspace, information technology, virtual imaging, virtual reality, and biomedical methods of body reconstruction, is rapidly influencing the ways we inscribe our bodies and narrate our …

Life Expansion: Toward an Artistic, Design-Based Theory of the Transhuman/Posthuman
N Vita-More – 2012 – pearl.plymouth.ac.uk
… (ie, wearable technology and other apparatus) (eg, cyborg, Warwick, Mann), modify biology (ie, body art) (eg, Orlan, Stelarc), create alternative personas (ie, performance art) (eg, Duchamp, Sherman), build personas in virtuality (ie, avatar design) (eg …

7.3 Performance, organization, theory
C Taylor – Performance Perspectives: A Critical Introduction, 2011 – books.google.com
… As a critical introduction to the field, we have attempted to evidence singular practices, but from diverse sources–from live art and site specific performance, to circus, dance and applied theatre, from everyday and quotidian performance to virtual reality and cyberperformance …

Interfaces of Performance
M Deegan, L Hughes, MH Short, A Prescott – 2012 – books.google.com
… 4.1 The Reincarnation of Saint ORLAN 4.2MesuRages 4.3 MesuRages 4.4TheKissof the Artist 4.5 SaintORLAN 4.6TheReincarnation ofSaintORLAN 4.7SelfHybridizations … de Foucault’ (2008) 9.5 Waiswisz tribute in Second Life at the Odyssey site 10.1 Whatif Stelarc had been …

Antonino Ferro, President of the Italian Psychoanalytic Society and Consultant Associate Editor of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis. He is a training and …
P Fonagy – content.taylorfrancis.com
… In virtual reality the Internet becomes attractive because there are no limits, and no boundaries … Virtual reality may stimulate sexual fantasies and masturbation, but it bypasses touch through which the sensual body comes into being (Anzieu, 1989) …

Posthumanism: A critical analysis
S Herbrechter – 2013 – books.google.com
Page 1. Stefan Herbrechter ‘- f! .’ i- – I “In ‘ i I A Critical Analysis BLOOMSBURY Page 2. ALSO AVAILABLE FROM BLOOMSBURY Anatomy of Failure, Oliver Feltham Beyond Human, edited by Charlie Blake, Claire Molloy and …

Imagining the Posthuman: Art, Technology, and Living in the Future
C Myers – 2013 – conservancy.umn.edu
… Photo by Anthony Figallo. …. 318 Figure 4.27 Parasite: Computer interface and Stelarc with data processing window … Victimless Leather, like Orlan herself, represents an … In Chapter 3, Immersion, I address Canadian artist Char Davies’ Virtual Reality (VR) …

Art and Science Research: Active Contexts and Discourses
J Scott, D Bisig – Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in …, 2011 – books.google.com
Page 306. Art and Science Research: Active Contexts and Discourses Jill Scott and Daniel Bisig Introduction By now a number of projects between art and science have taken place, and it has become apparent that in these contexts no ground rules exist …

Performer
G Cody, M Cheng – Reading Contemporary Performance, 2015 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Performer using a variety of performance styles and genres: (1) verse drama; (2) opera; and (3) devised performances. He worked from his home, while internally exiled by Stalin for artistic ideas that violated Soviet policies on Socialist Realism …

Children’s Literature and the Posthuman: Animal, Environment, Cyborg
Z Jaques – 2015 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Page 2. Children’s Literature and the Posthuman An investigation of identity formation in children’s literature, this book brings together children’s literature and recent critical concerns with posthumanism to argue that …

Avant-garde videogames: Playing with technoculture
B Schrank – 2014 – books.google.com
… historical avant-garde. They are also distinct from the cultural materials in use by contemporary avant-garde figures like Orlan, who has undergone plastic surgery as theatrical performance, contending Page 17. 4 Chapter 1 …

Cyborg art: An explorative and critical inquiry into corporeal human-technology convergence
EM Borst – 2009 – researchcommons.waikato.ac.nz
… Recipient. p. 246 p. 507 Chapter Seven 51 Stelarc, Handswriting – Third Hand: Evolution (1982), Performance Art. p. 256 p. 506 52 & 52a Takashi Murakami, Second Mission Project Ko2 (1999- 2000), Series of Three Sculptures …

Wearing embodied emotions: A practice based design research on wearable technology
S U?ur – 2013 – Springer
… Orlan was questioning aesthetic values and tried to break them by her provocative art performances. Due to the influence of digital technologies, the skin is not any more a boarder but a connection between the self and the outer world (Wegenstein 2006). Stelarc (1995) argues …

Arts-based research: A critique and a proposal
J Jagodzinski, J Wallin – 2013 – books.google.com
… of Skin in Contemporary Art 1 17 Diagrams/Diagrammatics 122 Sinthome 1 23 Inter-mission I: The Affective Turn, or Getting under the Skin Nerves 126 Stelarc: Flesh Games in the Virtual Real 129 Diagrammatic Phases 131 Inter-mission II: Body Ego 133 Orlan: Skin Games of …

Technology, Theatrical Aesthetics and the Changing Role of the Director
S Keramida – 2013 – pure.royalholloway.ac.uk
Page 1. TECHNOLOGY, THEATRICAL AESTHETICS AND THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE DIRECTOR STYLIANI KERAMIDA Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey A Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Drama and Theatre Studies 2013 …

Peeling the Body
Y Jones – 2010 – books.google.com
… In addition to Jo Spence, work of artists Gormley, Stelarc and Orlan situate my studio practice and to help to locate my perspective. The project accepts The Absent Body (1990) by Leder as an appropriate study revealing the ways in which the body is absent in our daily lives …

Virilio Dictionary
J Armitage – 2013 – books.google.com
… Merleau-Ponty to a younger generation of European, North American and Australian researchers and readers; but The Art of the Motor additionally involves a thesis of Virilio’s own, that critics should focus on the new advances in nanotechnology and virtual reality as much as …

Cybercultural Ecologies: Interfacing Nature, Virtuality, and Narrative
A Seegert – 2010 – alfseegert.com
… of “contact” is itself a pastoral fiction. Chapter I examines virtuality’s relationship with nature in both virtual reality and mixed reality … life, turning cyberspace inside-out and effectively transforming virtual reality (VR) into mixed or augmented …

A conceptual framework for designing wearable technology
J Nugroho – 2013 – opus.lib.uts.edu.au
Page 1. A Conceptual Framework for Designing Wearable Technology Jeremiah Nugroho ST, M. Des. Sci. A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Faculty of Design, Architecture & Building 2013 Page 2. ii …

ENTERing the View: Triangulating “Subject” Bodies
J Parker-Starbuck – Cyborg Theatre, 2011 – Springer
Page 1. 141 4 ENTERing the View: Triangulating “Subject” Bodies The subject is a process, made of constant shifts and nego- tiations between different levels of power and desire, that is to say wilful choice and unconscious drives …

Action
G Cody, M Cheng – Reading Contemporary Performance, 2015 – taylorfrancis.com
… body may partially surrender itself to the kinetic manipulation of remote viewers/ collaborators (Stelarc, Fractal Flesh, 1995); a sculptor of corporeal collage may question her own complicity and ambivalence by partnering with cosmetic surgeons (Orlan, The Reincarnation of …

Hybrid Bodies: Body Esc
A Carnie – 2017 – eprints.soton.ac.uk
… After a brief survey of the history of self-experimentation in the sciences, this talk will highlight examples of self-experimentation by artists including Stelarc, Eduardo Kac, Orlan, Marion Laval- Jeantet and the growing number of biohackers who seek to reconfigure their own …

Shifting Interfaces: art research at the intersections of live performance and technology
S DeLahunta – 2010 – pearl.plymouth.ac.uk
… No. 7 No.8 ‘Hot Wired Live Art: observations, reflections and interviews’ in 3T: Norwegian Theatre Journal. Spring 2000, pp. 6-17. ‘Virtual Reality and Performance’ in Performing Arts Journal. 24:1. 2002, pp. 105″114. ‘Ballet Moves from Dance Bar to the Smart Dance Studio’ in …

The female body, technology and performance: performing a feminist praxis
L Bissell – 2011 – theses.gla.ac.uk
… in real-time through HMD during live performance of immersive virtual reality … feminist writers seem reluctant to pin themselves to one branch of feminism, 12 With the notable exception of Gabriella Giannachi?s discussion of French body artist, Orlan, in …

A constant magic: explorations of magic and polyphasic consciousness in recent theatre and film
S Boldt – 2017 – ir.canterbury.ac.nz
Page 1. A CONSTANT MAGIC: EXPLORATIONS OF MAGIC AND POLYPHASIC CONSCIOUSNESS IN RECENT THEATRE AND FILM A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Theatre and Film Studies at the …

Against Theatre
F FUTURES – 2011 – Springer
… p. cm. Includes index. 1. Experimental theater. 2. Cyborgs. 3. Performing arts. 4. Virtual reality. 5. Technology and the arts. I. Title. PN2193.E86P37 2011 792—dc22 2011008040 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 Transferred to Digital Printing in 2011 Page 6. v …

Bio-cartography: Towards a New Theory of Portraying
MA Glosowitz – 2012 – dspace.library.uu.nl
… 33 4.1.2. Stelarc ….. 33 … apparatus. The detailed analysis of certain art works (Marta de Menezes, Frederik de Wilde, Eduardo Kac, Stelarc, Marc Quinn) will be provided in a frame of categorization of various …

Peeling the Body. How can art practice utilize the experience of medical events to consider the implications for the living human being of notions of the posthuman …
Y Jones – 2010 – eprints.soton.ac.uk
… 26 – Stomach Sculpture Stelarc 1993 …..69 Fig … for his response and expertise in a moment of difficulty. I wish to thank Hans Moravec for replying to my queries; Stelarc for his …

The status and function of Inanimate’object-actors’ in cyborg theatre
G Acaroglu – 2015 – dro.deakin.edu.au
… 1 See www.stelarc.org or www.orlan.eu Page 16. 13 … 3 The technology that I will examine ranges from ‘heritage media’ such as film, video, and photographs to new media including animation, virtual reality, robotics and other digital, computer-based forms. Page 18. 15 …

Body/culture: Viennese modernism and the physical aesthetic
AX George – 2009 – search.proquest.com
… Mona Lisa’s brow among them. Both Stelarc’s radical notion of the body as “evolutionary architecture” and Orlan’s provocative concept of “carnal art” descend … ever more authentic realms of virtual reality. Are we so eager to transcend (or have we …

Play beyond flow: a theory of avant-garde videogames
B Schrank – 2010 – smartech.gatech.edu
… 292 Figure 4-16 Stelarc, a cyborg artist, harnesses his body’s materiality as an extension of new media technology, rendering his body, unintentionally and wondrously, apelike … historical concept in new ways, such as Orlan or the Critical Art Ensemble, it may …

Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of ArtistsÕ Writings (Revised and Expanded by Kristine Stiles)
K Stiles, P Selz – 2012 – books.google.com
… Behaviourables and Futuribles is There Love in the Telematic Embrace? stelarc Beyond the Body: Amplified Body, Laser Eyes, and Third hand eduardo kac GFP Bunny orlan This Is My Body . . . This Is My Software 473 475 476 478 479 …

embodying biotechnology: towards the democratization of biotechnology through embodied art practices
J Willet – 2009 – spectrum.library.concordia.ca
Page 1. NOTE TO USERS This reproduction is the best copy available. UMI* Page 2. Page 3. (RE)embodying Biotechnology: Towards the Democratization of Biotechnology Through Embodied Art Practices ? Jennifer Willet A Thesis In the Humanities Program …

Poetics of Reception: a phenomenological aesthetics of bodies and technology in performance
J McNeilly – 2012 – ses.library.usyd.edu.au
Page 1. Copyright and use of this thesis This thesis must be used in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright Act 1968. Reproduction of material protected by copyright may be an infringement of copyright and copyright …

Fantasy on the Human Surface-A study of Somatic Power-Relations and Imagination
JP Jønsson – 2016 – lup.lub.lu.se
… Figure 1. ORLAN, Opération Réussie (Successful Operation), 1991, (online image), copyright ORLAN, http://www.orlan.eu/works/photo-2/nggallery/page … Figure 5. Nina Sellars & Stelarc, Blender, 2005, copyright Stelarc, in Clarke, J, ‘Corporeal Mélange: Aesthetics and Ethics of …

The hermeneutic challenge of genetic engineering: Habermas and the transhumanists
A Edgar – Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 2009 – Springer
… Amongst already existing technologies that excite the transhumanists are: ‘virtual reality; preimplantation genetic diagnosis; pharmaceuticals that improve memory, concentration, wakefulness, and mood (see Svenaeus 2009 … 14. Artists such as Orlan and STELARC may be …

Moving Towards Thought: Theatricality, Technology, and the Theatre
CL Cauthon – 2014 – tspace.library.utoronto.ca
… distanced relationship between performer and spectator. There are many artists, including Stelarc, Orlan, Blast Theory, and Eduardo Kac, to name only a few, whose incorporation of technology has moved their performances …

Transformations of the flesh: rupturing embodiment through biological technology
AK King – 2009 – eprints.utas.edu.au
… member of the Symbiotic4 Fesearch Group (SAFG). The centre has hosted internationally recognized artists such as Orlan, Stelarc, Steve Kurtz, and the Critical Art Ensemble. In 2007 SymbioticA was recipient of the prestigious …

Art from synthetic biology
H Boland – 2013 – core.ac.uk
… 40 Illustration 4: Stelarc’s Ear on Arm (Stelarc, 2010). Photo: Nina Sellars. Permission to reproduce this image has been kindly granted by Sellars. …. 43 …

New literary hybrids in the age of multimedia expression: Crossing borders, crossing genres
M Cornis-Pope – 2014 – books.google.com
Page 1. A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages New Literary Hybrids in the Age of Multimedia Expression Crossing borders, crossing genres EDITED BY Marcel Cornis-Pope John Benjamins Publishing Company Amsterdam/Philadelphia Page 2 …

Performative Wearables: Bodies, Fashion and Technology
V Lamontagne – 2017 – spectrum.library.concordia.ca
Page 1. Performative Wearables: Bodies, Fashion and Technology Valérie Lamontagne A Thesis In the Department of INDI Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Concordia University Montreal, Quebec, Canada April 2017 …

Pathways of Felt-visuality in the New Wunderkammer: Producing Empathic Engagements with Body Imagery from Contemporary Art and Medicine
RE Voisey – 2014 – research-repository.griffith.edu.au
… the Christian Principle of the Word Become Flesh.” (Dusinberre 2004, p.149) Soldered metal, burglar-proof glass, ten grams of Orlan’s flesh preserved in resin; 30x30x5 cm … 316 Figure 118: TC&A in collaboration with Stelarc, Extra Ear ¼ Scale, (2003). (Smith 2005) …

Nomad Technics: Context and Strategies of Chinese Media Art Experiments
P Zhou – 2016 – search.proquest.com
… making have drastically expanded, especially in the area of embodied and immersed electronic arts, thanks to the advancement in the area of man-machine interaction and control and VR (Virtual Reality) technology. The focus of these artistic experiments has also changed …

Aristophanes, posthumanism, and the roots of science fiction
SD Cooper – 2016 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. ARISTOPHANES, POSTHUMANISM, AND THE ROOTS OF SCIENCE FICTION Samuel Durham Cooper A DISSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE FACULTY OF PRINCETON UNIVERSITY IN CANDIDACY FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY …

Augmented intimacies: posthuman love stories in contemporary science fiction
AJ Christmas – 2013 – etheses.whiterose.ac.uk
… 2 Theodore Roszak, ‘Frankenstein, Feminism, and the Fate of the Earth: Virtual Reality and Nature’, The Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy, 14.3 (1997) <http://trumpeter.athabascau.ca/index.php/ trumpet/article/ view/203 … controversial works of Stelarc and Orlan), and continues …

Domestic spaces in the information era: architectural design, images and life in a technological age
P Sustersic – 2013 – eprints.soton.ac.uk
… 3.33 Paul Andersen, Tadpole. 3.34 Teleworking: feeling comfortable at home. 3.35 Bodies and Cyberbodies: ORLAN / Stelarc / Kevin Warwick. 3.36 Stahl Stenslie, Cyber SM / Erotogod. 3.37 Cyborgian technologies: from art to reality. 3.38 Having fun with technology …

Bodies and labour: industrialisation, dance and performance
J McColl – 2013 – bura.brunel.ac.uk
Page 1. Bodies and Labour: Industrialisation, Dance and Performance A thesis submitted for the degree of Master in Philosophy By Jennifer McColl Crozier Main Supervisor: Prof. Johannes Birringer School of Arts, Brunel University London June, 2012. Page 2. 1 Abstract …

Dirty Bodies and Clean Technologies
I Haig – 2013 – unsworks.unsw.edu.au
… such as the uncanny cyborg, or an analysis of the art and technology practice of Stelarc and his denial of the abject body … present). Introduction: Studio-based approach In the early 1990s Laurie Anderson commented that the problem with virtual reality is that it lacks dirt …

Korean art and the avant-garde dilemma
KW Park – 2012 – irep.ntu.ac.uk
Page 1. 1 KOREAN ART AND THE AVANT-GARDE DILEMMA KI-WOONG PARK A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of Nottingham Trent University for the degree of Doctor of Fine Arts July 2012 Page 2. 2 KOREAN ART …

Displaying the Disruptive: Dutch punk and the art Institute
L Versloot – 2019 – openaccess.leidenuniv.nl
Page 1. Master Thesis DISPLAYING THE DISRUPTIVE Dutch punk and the art institute By Lucy Versloot Page 2. 2 Page 3. 3 Displaying the Disruptive Dutch punk and the art institute Lucy Versloot MA Arts and Culture Specialization: Museums & Collections Leiden University …

Architectural museum exhibition: Subject-spatial and functional bases Wednesday and artistic design museums
IV Gorbunov – 2015 – lib.vsu.by
Page 1. 1 The Ministry of education of the Republic of Belarus Educational establishment «Vitebsk State Universidad PM Masherov» Igor Gorbunov ARCHITECTURAL MUSEUM EXHIBITION Subject-spatial and functional bases Wednesday and artistic design museums …

Choreographing the posthuman: a critical examination of the body in digital performance.
SJ Han – 2015 – epubs.surrey.ac.uk
Choreographing the Posthuman. : A Critical Examination of the Body in Digital Performance. by. Seok Jin Han. Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. School of Arts. Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences. Dr Melissa Blanco Borelli (Principal Supervisor) …

After taste: expanded practice in interior design
K Kleinman, J Merwood-Salisbury – 2012 – books.google.com
Page 1. EXPANDED PRACTICE IN INTERIOR DESIGN After Taste Kent Kleinman, Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, and Lois Weinthal, editors Page 2. EXPANDED PRACTICE IN INTERIOR DESIGN After Taste Kent Kleinman, Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, and Lois Weinthal, editors …

The Key Issues Concerning Contemporary Art: Philosophy, Politics and Popular Culture in the Context of Contemporary Cultural Practice
G Willis – 2010 – books.google.com
Page 1. The Key Issues Concerning Contemporary Art Page 2. To ‘shine’ means to shine upon something, to make that upon which the light falls appear. Hans Georg Gadamer Page 3. Page 4. The Key Issues Concerning Contemporary …

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