The Intermedial Turn and Turn to Embodiment

@inproceedings{Cartelli2019TheIT,
  title={The Intermedial Turn and Turn to Embodiment},
  author={Thomas Cartelli},
  year={2019}
}
An accelerating intermedial turn in Shakespeare production has made itself felt in forms and formats ranging from the use of video projection in/as stage scenography to digital performance-capture techniques that produce holographic characters onstage. The first half of this chapter concentrates on two recent productions—Thomas Ostermeier’s Richard III and Romeo Castellucci’s Julius Caesar. Spared Parts—that embrace intermediality but demonstrate as well the turn to embodiment that predates… Expand