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Volume 38 Number 213
  • ISSN: 1318-0509
  • E-ISSN: 2050-957X

Abstract

The question of bipolarity in understanding theatre as the concept of live event in contrast to the concept of mediation is in the frame of the economy of attention turned to the question of post-digital dramaturgy and the direction of the spectators’ gaze. In the mentality of the society, trapped in a constant bombardment with information and impulses, we the theatre makers have to ask ourselves: with what kind of procedures in performing arts can we address that issue? How and if at all can we transform the logic of the infinite open tabs in our browsers and our brains into a theatre experience?

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