Relations between embodiment and disembodimen

The image as digital double

  • Monica Tavares
Keywords: Image, Digital double, Embodiment-disembodiment

Abstract

This article intends to analyze images of digital aesthetics in which the body is placed as the main element of articulation and reorganization of experience, establishing itself as a “hidden” agent which guarantees the exchange between self and other, fiction and reality, We will take the notion of digital double proposed by Dixon to understanding how to develop exchanges between selves and others in the context of interactive environments.

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Published
2016-12-27
How to Cite
Tavares, M. (2016). Relations between embodiment and disembodimen: The image as digital double. DAT Journal, 1(2), 91-105. https://doi.org/10.29147/2526-1789.DAT.2016v1i2p91-105