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Suppositions (as in uncertain beliefs) on the current place of theatre

  • MATTHEW CAUSEY

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Now that the affects of the technologies of the virtual have spilled out across the topography of the real to such an impossible degree one can safely argue that the age of the virtual is now past, and that presently contemporary technologized and digital cultures are post-virtual (i.e. supersaturated with virtuality). Further, now that the biological is intimately folded within the technologies of the virtual in manners haptic, somatic and psychic, these contemporary technologized cultures can be modelled as bio-virtual, which means that life itself, through a strategy of bio-power, is contained and distributed through the ubiquitous digital modes of communication.

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Suppositions (as in uncertain beliefs) on the current place of theatre

  • MATTHEW CAUSEY

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