Coriolanus Online

Tom Gorman (Artist), Mikko Kanninen (Artist), Tiina Syrja (Artist)

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchPerformance

Abstract

Taking the text of Shakespeare’s Coriolanus as a basis for study, students from both Tampere University (Finland) and Coventry University (UK) worked on a small section of the script (3:3) in both Finnish and English. A ‘virtual space’ was created in both locations through the re-purposing of videoconferencing technology and the use of large rear projection screens, high speed internet connections and unidirectional, hypercardioid microphones. Moreover, a unified spatial design and a careful use of lighting gave the actors the illusion that they were occupying the same physical space.
Original languageFinnish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2016

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Visual Arts and Performing Arts
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Computer Networks and Communications

Cite this

Gorman, T. (Artist), Kanninen, M. (Artist), & Syrja, T. (Artist). (2016). Coriolanus Online. Performance
Coriolanus Online. Gorman, Tom (Artist); Kanninen, Mikko (Artist); Syrja, Tiina (Artist). 2016.

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchPerformance

Gorman, T, Kanninen, M & Syrja, T, Coriolanus Online, 2016, Performance.
Gorman T (Artist), Kanninen M (Artist), Syrja T (Artist). Coriolanus Online 2016.
Gorman, Tom (Artist) ; Kanninen, Mikko (Artist) ; Syrja, Tiina (Artist). / Coriolanus Online. [Performance].
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