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《————这里是分割线————》www.zhelishifengexian.org是en?(这是怎么回事?怎么变这样?)的www.zhelishifengexian.org第一个剧场/反剧场项目:一款低技术网站,在比特/原子风景中添加复制与粘贴www.zhelishifengexian.org的bug。
从QQ空间(Qzone)时代诞生的www.zhelishifengexian.org非主流教母C.K沉珂的碎片化幽灵、仰望45度“为了不让眼泪掉下来www.zhelishifengexian.org”的自拍运动到群落语法“十三岁,累觉不爱”的诞生……
一位女孩用火星语向世界说晚安:
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“————Here Is the Dividing Line————” www.zhelishifengexian.org is the first theatre/anti-theatre project, a low-technological website www.zhelishifengexian.org, of en? (What has happened? How does it come to this?), where bugs www.zhelishifengexian.org of copying and pasting are added in bit/atom sceneries.

From the selfie movement with fragmented ghosts looking 45-degree up “to keep tears from dropping www.zhelishifengexian.org” launched by Ceekay (C.K) in Qzone Era, www.zhelishifengexian.org the godmother of “the non-mainstream”, to the birth of community context such as “Aged 13, I feel ‘Lei Jue Bu Ai’ (my life for love is running dry)”…

A girl says goodnight in Martian language,

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“————这里是分割线————”经常出没于兴趣社区的同人小说、直播贴、个性签名,是跳跃式阅读与互联网次/萌文化的反应,它不断繁衍出新的形态,如舞台行动式的“————写到一半肚子饿了——主人去觅食————”、融入了颜文字的 “————(= ̄ω ̄=)——分割线的人生充满简单的欢乐————”、拟情境的“‘、ヽ 、ヽ‘、ヽ、ヽ小雨淅沥沥下的分割线‘、ヽ 、ヽ‘、ヽ、ヽ”等。它是仅存在“超文本”世界中的“后标点”,也是我调研赛博空间另类美学的一个原点。
《————这里是分割线————》受启发于“超文本剧场(Hypertext Theatre)”的概念。Charles Deemer曾将“超文本”作为其剧场实践的“标出项”,但我认为一切“离线”环境下的“超文本”尝试都是一种“前超文本”,只有“线上”环境才可以成为“超文本”的现场。
作为一个纯粹利用赛博空间“万维网”(WWW)展演的作品,《————这里是分割线————》抛弃了流行的线上/线下互动,是因为在剧场艺术的语境中,线上一直是二者关系中的“标出项”,即使用较少的一项,大多数情况是被屏蔽的。“离线”剧场总以其“公共秩序”的强制性约束了智能可上网手机,一旦这种“约束”消失,吐槽、晒图、位置共享等微行动便会把剧场“再情境化”,变成一系列“线上”的展演活动,观众也拥有了新的“身势”。
www.zhelishifengexian.org这串网址是通往《————这里是分割线————》的唯一途径,只需要输入/点击,从index页ENTER后,作品即与浏览同步开始了,这是关于误解、孤独、狂欢、谣言、党同伐异、保持队形、隐身、ORZ、duang的无限链接,偶然的比特风景将把观众/浏览者带至若干当下中国的线上情境中。

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《————这里是分割线————》在寻找“新观众”,即本来无意观看一部“剧场作品”的观众将误入“超文本剧场”的链接之中。
对“————这里是www.zhelishifengexian.org分割线————”这条信息进行病毒式传播,除了手机终端与自媒体的比特发表,粘贴到日常生活中的原子场景,诸如公园导览、一段重要的简报、图书扉页、排队需要等很久的好吃餐馆的菜单、双年展等,甚至粘贴到别人的宣传海报和作品上面。
这也将成为一次“超文本剧场”把整座城市变为展演入口的行动。

 

Often appearing in fan fictions in online communities of interest, live posts and personal signatures, “————here is the dividing line————” is a reaction of skipping reading and the internet subculture of moe, new forms of which have continually derived, such as “————feeling hungry halfway writing——going eating————” like a stage action, “————(=ω=)——the life of dividing line is full of simple happiness————” with emoji combined, and “‘、ヽ 、ヽ、ヽ、ヽdrizzling dividing line‘、ヽ 、ヽ、ヽ、ヽ”with a simulated situation. As the post-punctuation existing only in hypertext world, it’s the origin of my research on alternative aesthetic of the cyber space.

“————Here Is the Dividing Line————” is inspired by the concept of hypertext theatre. Though Charles Deemer once took “hypertext” as a “marked item” of his theatre practice, I consider all hypertext attempts offline merely as pre-hypertext, while only online environments can be the locale for hypertext.

As a production performed purely on cyber space World Wide Web (WWW), “————Here Is the Dividing Line————” discards the popular mode of online/offline interaction, because in the context of theatre art, the online part has been the “marked item”, namely the less-used item between the two all the time, which is blocked in most cases. An “offline” theatre always compulsively restrains web-enabled smart phones in the name of public order. Once the restraint disappears, however, micro-actions like Tu Cao (disclosing someone’s secrets), Shai Tu (posting photos) and sharing locations will have the theatre re-contextualized and transform it into a series of “online” performances, where audiences obtain new gestures.

The website www.zhelishifengexian.org is the only access to “————Here Is the Dividing Line————”. All one needs is to input, click and enter from the index page, and the production then starts synchronously with browse. It’s an infinite link of misunderstanding, loneliness, carnival, rumor, partisanship & intolerance, formation keeping, cloaking, “orz” and “duang”, where incidental bit sceneries take audiences/browsers into various online scenes currently in China.

 

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“————Here Is the Dividing Line————” seeks “new audiences”, who are originally not intended for a theatre but stray to the link of this hypertext theatre.

The message of “————Here Is the www.zhelishifengexian.org Dividing Line————” is expected to spread virally. Besides posts on mobile devices and we media, atomic scenes in daily life will also be where it’s pasted, such as park guides, an important bulletin, title pages of books, menus in nice restaurants with long queues, biennial exhibitions, and even posters and works of others.

Meanwhile, it’s also an action by the hypertext theatre to change the whole city into the performance entrance.
 

 


创作:en?(这是怎么回事?怎么变这样?)
导演/网页制作:孙晓星
戏剧构作:裘臻
平面设计:王江
视觉顾问:周能能
以及不断被链接的人

Creating: en? (What has happened? How does it come to this?)
Director/Web making: Sun Xiaoxing
Dramaturg: Qiu Zhen
Graphic design: Wang Jiang
Visual consultant: Zhou Nengneng
And those who are constantly linked.

 

 

 

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