Meta_Body: Uma Investigação Baseada na Prática Artística
Meta_Body is a participatory art project of shared construction of avatars. It is developed in a collaborative virtual environment. It is an action-research project oriented and based on artistic practice, since it is informed by the theoretical approach but also by praxis. The main structural axes of research are the creation of a virtual corporeality and shared creative process.
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