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Space and the Live Event
Space and the live event
Reflections on the Problem of Liveness

Having decided to jot down some thoughts on the matter of liveness, I have switched on my computer in my office at home. My immediate vicinity is considerably different from Schutz's in his garden. He has a sheet of paper in his visual field; I have a screen. In front of him is his table, with his pencil, two books and other unspecified objects; I am at a desk, cluttered with books and papers, a telephone, computer peripherals and a number of remote controls. Beyond Schutz's immediate reach are trees, a lawn, a lake with boats, a mountain, clouds; beyond mine are two small televisions, a VCR, a DVD recorder and ...

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