“The Shape…” is my Master Thesis work, presented in May 2012 at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen. Here I discuss the alleged “equalization” of live and recorded musical experiences through technology. I have developed a series of objects as “diegetic prototypes” based on real experiences of concertgoers, as objects for a possible “performance hacking”. With these objects, these specific subjects are able to recall, regain control or amplify their experiences in live concerts, in order to overcome a sense of “boredom” caused by the technology-driven live performance.
A more detailed account on the objects, as well as the full text from the Thesis can be found on its dedicated website.