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Designing Performer Training: Digital Encounters with Things and People

Saner, Göze and Robinson, Scott. 2019. Designing Performer Training: Digital Encounters with Things and People. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 10(2), pp. 250-269. ISSN 1944-3927 [Article]

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This article investigates how digital technologies can be used to enhance the relational aspects of performer training. Saner and Robinson reflect on a practice as research project, Enactive Encounters, where they use poor technology and everyday objects to create participatory learning environments. The teacher- student relationship is challenged and transformed into playful interactions between participants through enactive encounters that aim to embody different aspects of specific training practices.
Keywords: digital training, relational pedagogy, enactivism.

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digital training, relational pedagogy, enactivism

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Theatre and Performance (TAP)


1 March 2019Accepted
22 August 2019Published Online

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10 Apr 2019 11:41

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28 Aug 2019 09:20

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