Les médias numériques dès une écriture intermédiale : suivi de Le monde n'arrête pas, scénario dramaturgique

Authors: Rojas Amador, Paula
Advisor: Thénon, José Luis
Abstract: Our research-creation addresses the problematic of adapting a narrative text to the theater when it comes to incorporating the possibilities offered by the digital media, and adopting the expanded text that follows. For this adaptation process, which is moving away from the traditional process, we opt for an intermedial approach. We focus more particularly on the hypermedia theater, which allows us to question the connections that occur between the visual, sonic, spatial and textual writings, as well as on their dynamics of co-presence in the theater scene. An essential part of the methodology of this research-creation rests on the development of a series of scenic research laboratories in which videographic, sound and spatial devices have been created. These devices have been integrated into the dramaturgical creation presented in the form of an intermedial script. Chapters 1 and 2 touch on the conceptual framework. In the first chapter, we present the concepts of intermediality, theater as hypermedia, intermedial writing and other concepts that allow us to discuss adaptation and its relationship with the media. In the second chapter, we study video, sound, space and text in relation to digital media. In addition, we reflect on the dramaturgical composition of each of these expressive elements and the points of reference that can contribute to the conception of dramaturgy. Chapters 3 and 4 discuss the practical and creative aspects. In the third chapter, we describe scenic devices in the four scenic research laboratories and creative processes. We make an intermedial analysis. We also discuss the working protocol that emerged from these practical experiences in the Laboratory of New Technologies of Image, Sound and Scene (LANTISS). Finally, in the fourth chapter, we present the dramaturgical work entitled “The World Does Not Stop” and its process of creation.
Document Type: Thèse de doctorat
Issue Date: 2018
Open Access Date: 25 March 2019
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11794/34123
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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