Live arts in the vistualising world [Recurs electrònic] / by Elena Polivtseva

By: Polivtseva, Elena.
IETM.
Publisher: Brussels : IETM - International network for contemporary performing arts, 6 May 2020Description: 7 p. : digital, fitxer PDF (919,79 Kb).Series: Reports (IETM): Online resources: E-Link | Ressenya a Interacció Summary: Global lockdown measures have generated a wave of digitalisation, and the performing arts have undoubtedly been pulled in with it. As it is not that obvious for the live arts to jump from the real life domain to the Internet, we need to ask ourselves: what does this mean for the future of our sector? Based on the key findings of a short but effective survey we circulated among our members, this report compiles 7 key points covering the concerns with digitalisation and how to go about it effectively. It attempts to inspire the further debate on the digital presence of the live arts and puts forward a few policy messages on how to reconcile live arts and the digital world, amidst the social distancing times, and, of course, beyond. (Font: Editor)
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Global lockdown measures have generated a wave of digitalisation, and the performing arts have undoubtedly been pulled in with it. As it is not that obvious for the live arts to jump from the real life domain to the Internet, we need to ask ourselves: what does this mean for the future of our sector? Based on the key findings of a short but effective survey we circulated among our members, this report compiles 7 key points covering the concerns with digitalisation and how to go about it effectively. It attempts to inspire the further debate on the digital presence of the live arts and puts forward a few policy messages on how to reconcile live arts and the digital world, amidst the social distancing times, and, of course, beyond. (Font: Editor)

1. There is something in the live arts that digital presence can never replace -- 2. The real life is dangerous, the virtual world is safe -it is not entirely true, even amidst the pandemic -- 3. Digitalisation is not an enemy. It should be done by artists and for artists -- 4. Let's not go too far by justifying the complete digitalisation by the environmental urgency -- 5. Going online: diversity of the arts at stake, as well as diversity of the audiences -- 6. Live arts will never be "native" to the digital world, and this will not benefit their economy -- 7. We are facing a challenge of balancing the survival mode and a long-term thinking.

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