Bob Giges '73 - cover article of the journal Leonardo from MIT Press

This article describes experiments in live telematic performance linking U.S. East and West Coast dancers via Internet2.

Bob Giges '73 has been advising and teaching at the University of California, Santa Cruz for the last 30 years, including classes on mockumentary films and acting improvisation.

"I made some of my first films at Scarsdale High School" Bob Giges '73

This article describes experiments in live telematic performance linking U.S. East and West Coast dancers via Internet2. Alternating between a first-person account on one particular stage performance and a theoretical exploration of the same, the authors come to terms with the audiences’ newly constituted relationship as technological ruptures alter the immersive pull of live performance.

From Router to Front Row: Lubricious Transfer and the Aesthetics of Telematic Performance
http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/leon.2010.43.1.24