Category:Telematic performance

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An introduction copied from Wikipedia that is a short simple summary of `Telematic performance`

The term telematic performance refers to a live performance (art, dance, music, etc.) which makes use of Telecommunications and information technology to distribute the performers between two or more locations.

While this may involve use of conventional videoconferencing technology, it has more recently come to mean the use of internet technologies. Performance groups my also refer to their events as internet concerts, online jamming, or teleconcerts.

Further notes will follow to frame the concept of `Telematic Performance` within a practice known as `free improvisation`.

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