IMAGE-ACTION Embodiment and Videographic Analysis†
AbstractThe following text is part of a doctoral research project entitled “Embodied Education through Art and Theatre. Experimentation of a multimodal interface”. Embodied Education includes the contributions of Embodied Cognition, that is, that area of psychological research that represents a “new paradigm” for psychology, shifting from the abstractness of classic cognitive psychology to physicality. “Art” and “Theatre”, visual and kinesic channels, are the aspects of physicality that Embodied Cognition addresses, based on the discovery of the so-called MNS, Mirror Neuron System. The case study is aimed at reconsidering methodology and on a theoretical-epistemological rethink regarding images.
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