Intangible matter and the body
This paper aims to articulate expressions of intangible heritage based on the bodily engagement of the user. It proposes the body as an apparatus for knowledge through considerations of the phenomenological and performative aspects of an interpretative digital cultural heritage. In response to the de-humanised forms of heritage reconstruction, it is argued that we still need to address some fundamental questions about the role of user embodiment in digital interaction environments. The paper investigates how user embodiment might take place through spatial praxis and digital performance.
International Journal of Digital Culture and Electronic Tourism
Film, Television and Digital Media not elsewhere classified