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Arts de la scène et Big Data. Retracer et analyser le processus de création d'un spectacle grâce à la visualisation de données

Abstract : The application of Big Data to performing arts is officially in its early stages. The first conference explicitly dedicated to the issue, given in 2013, focused on archivists and researchers faced with Big Data in digitized collections and archival funds. It remains nonetheless as important to consider digital material produced and kept by artists and their support teams. Today, they contain the main footprints of performances and creative processes. How can a creative process be reconstructed from thousands of documents? How data-visualization can contribute to the analysis of a creation process ? The first part of this paper analyses distant reading experiments in performing arts research. The second part describes the creation of Rekall, an open-source environment to document, analyse the creative process and simplify the re-enactment of performances.
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Clarisse Bardiot. Arts de la scène et Big Data. Retracer et analyser le processus de création d'un spectacle grâce à la visualisation de données. H2PTM, Oct 2015, Paris, France. pp.231-242. ⟨hal-02337596⟩

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