I’ve been in three separate conversations over the past week with individuals who work in projection technology, video art, and media design that have revolved around or at least touched upon the idea that interactive media is the future of the electronic media for the stage. Ordinarily, I’m the first person to jump on that bandwagon—nothing in the artistic world excites me more than a creative experience that I can participate in or that I can see being generated spontaneously. Obviously, a ...

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