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The Mediality of Live Cinema Theatre -Katie Mitchell`s Stage Constructs-
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The Mediality of Live Cinema Theatre -Katie Mitchell`s Stage Constructs-
Baik, Youngju;
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 Abstract
Live cinema theatre is the latest installment of multimedia show where the filming of the performance of dramatic texts becomes the live stage event. Here, the actors perform before the camera and all the audio-visual effects are produced and constructed live. Mediated through the camera and projection screen, the stage image becomes a real-time production situation where all the scenes are put together right in front of a live audience. The very concept of live cinema as dramatic theatre has been developed by English stage director Katie Mitchell who attempts to present the stage as a cohesive representation system; this is more than a provisional experimentation where the ever-changing notion of in-betweenness is constantly tested. It is rather a predetermined operational system where the relationship between cinema and theatre is governed by the logic of synchrony, therefore maintain their own individual institutional reality. Here, the presence of camera has an effect not only on the organization of stage but also an affect on how human body exists within the situation.
 Keywords
Live Cinema Theatre;Mediality;Camera Presence;Stage;Plurality;
 Language
Korean
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