Narrativity and Audiovisual Performance
AbstractIn this paper, we intend to reflect on how audiovisual performance forces us to rethink the concept of narrativity. After a brief review on the fundamentals of narrative theory and audiovisual performance, we will analyse three cases that illustrate different manifestations of narrativity in audiovisual performance.
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