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2010, iss. 126-2, pp. 104-116
I play, therefore I exist or I participate, therefore I exist
Megatrend University, Faculty of Culture and Media, Belgrade
Keywords: spectacle; separation; virtual reality; concert; direct participation
Abstract
From the syncretic art of prehistory, through the religious and political spectacle of history, to modern alienation, the human individual has not been significantly changed. At the very beginning man was directly involved in magical rites, then he lost this status becoming a passive observer of events, which has led to engaging in virtual reality today, due to the latest fast development of high technology. Through direct participation in live interactive spectacle of classical music concert contemporary man returns to his magical roots. While playing part in the live recreation of music ritual on the stage he becomes an active factor in the creation of art work, creator of his own life.
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