Publications by researchers and academics, and a selection of critical reflections.


Te verschijnen/ To come out: SEOK Jin Han (2022). Digital Performance Aesthetics. Worin Publishing Co.
Te verschijnen/ To come out: Aneta MANCEWICZ (2022). Hamlet after Deconstruction. Palgrave Macmillan.
Te verschijnen/ To come out: Robin NELSON (2022). “Hamlet Encounters”, Ch. 5. In: Practice as Research in the Arts (and Beyond): Principles, Processes, Contexts, Achievements. London: Palgrave.
Te verschijnen/ To come out: Aneta MANCEWICZ (2022). Liveness in VR and AR Shakespeare Adaptations. In: Early Modern Liveness: Mediating Presence in Text, Stage and Screen. Edited by Danielle Rosvally and Donovan Sherman. Arden Shakespeare. Bloomsbury Publishing.


Pieter T’JONCK (2021). Delirious Departures / 1:87, Sporen naar nergens. Pzazz. [Link→]
Dana LINSSEN (2021). Een VR-Droste-effect over zijn of niet zijn, zien of niet zien. Eric Joris over Hands-On Hamlet. de FILMkrant. [Link→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE (2020). A Million Pictures Magic Lantern Slides in the History of Learning. In: John Libbey & Co. [Link→]


Xavier Flament (2019). Eric Joris: “On vit déjà à travers le médium”. L'Echo. [Download→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2019). Lucid Dreamers: Immersive re-enactment in the work of CREW. In: Archéé, arts médiatiques & cyberculture. [Link→]
Ágnes Karolina BAKK (2019). Performativity and Worldmaking. Interview with Chiel M. Kattenbelt. In: Acta Univ. Sapientiae, Film and Media Studies, 17. p. 169–178 [Download→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2019). Performing Astronomy: the Orrery as Model, Theatre and Experience. In: Nele WYNANTS [edit.].Media Archeology and Intermedial Performance. Deep Time of the Theatre. p. 145–172 Palgrave MacMillan. [Link→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE (2018). Appropriation, Re-use and Re-enactment: Contemporary Perspectives on the Lantern. [Link→]
Prof. Robin NELSON (2018). Doing-knowing in intermedial theatre and artistic research: CREW’s Hamlet Encounters. In: Discussion Paper for IFTR Intermediality in Theatre and Performance Working Group. [Download→]
Robin NELSON & Chiel KATTENBELT (2018). Hamlet Encounters, A Practice as Research. In: Hamlet Encounters, a matter of playing the senses. Belgrade, Serbia: IFTR conference.


Sebastien SOUBIRAN (2017). A trip to heaven: building a new planetarium at the university of Strasbourg. In: Early Popular Visual Culture. p. 258–267 Routledge, Taylor & Francis online, Vol.15, NO 2.
Nele WYNANTS (2017). De binnenkant van het beeld. Immersie en theatraliteit in de kunsten. AraMER Paper Kunsthalle. [Link→]
Nele WYNANTS (2017). Media Archaeology and Intermedial Performance, Deep time of the Theatre. Palgrave McMillan.
Joris WEIJDOM (2017). Mixed Reality and the Theatre of the Future Fresh Perspectives on Arts and New Technologies. IETM - International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts, Brussels. [Link→]
Charlotte BIGG, Kurt VANHOUTTE (2017). Spectacular Astronomy. In: Early Popular Visual Culture, online Vol.15, NO 2. p. 115–124 Routledge, Taylor & Francis. [Link→]
Charlotte BIGG (2017). The view from here, there and nowhere? Situating the observer in the planetarium and in the solar system. In: Early Popular Visual Culture, online, Vol.15, NO 2. p. 204–226 Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. [Link→]
Maaike BLEEKER (2017). Who knows? The universe as technospace. In: Early Popular Visual Culture, online, Vol.15, NO 2. p. 247–257 Routledge, Taylor & Francis. [Link→]


Nele WYNANTS (2016). Betwixt and Between. De plaats van de toeschouwer in immersieve performances.. [Download→]
O. GRAU, V. HELZLE, E. JORIS, T. KNOP, R. MEMBARTH, B. MICHOUD, S. ROGMANS, J.STARCK (2016). Dreamspace: A Platform and Tools for Collaborative Virtual Production. IBC. [Link→]
Julie-Michèle MORIN (2016). Réalité virtuelle et alternée dans la pratique de CREW_ERIC JORIS : mise en oscillation du corps immergé. Université du Québec à Montréal. [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2016). Genius Loci: On the Logic of Space, Technology and Drama in Science Theatre Then and Now. In: Presenting the Theatrical Past: Intermedial Federation for Theatre Research Annual Conference, university of Stockholm (June 2016).
Liesbeth GROOT NIBBELINK (2016). Nomadic Theatre: Mobilizing Theory and Practice on the European Stage (Thinking through Theatre). Methuen Drama. [Link→]
Vincent JACOBS (2016). Tools for creating holographic live performance and installation art.


Henk HAVENS (2015). Theater en het performatief spectrum. Transities in het contemporaine theater van de Lage Landen. Universiteit Maastricht. [Link→]
Ariane BOURGET, Rosalie LEBLANC HOULE, Julie-Michèle MORIN (2015). L’écart au coeur de l’extrême proximité, l’exemple de CREW et d’Ontroerend Goed. [Link→]
Maaike BLEEKER, Jon Foley SHERMAN, Eirini NEDELKOPOULOU (ed.) (2015). Performance and Phenomenology. Traditions and Transformations. Routledge. [Link→]
Charlotte BIGG (2015). Restaging astronomy. In: Restaging Chemistry at University College London (6 juillet 2015).


Eirini NEDELKOPOULOU, Mary OLIVER (2014). Editorial Hybridities: The Intersections between Performance, Science and the Digital’. In: International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 10:2. p. 125–129 [Link→]
L. BLEUMERS, W. VAN DEN BROECK, B. LIEVENS & J. PIERSON (2014). Extending the field of view: a human-centred design perspective on 360° TV. In: Behaviour & Information Technology, 33 (8). p. 800–814
Catherine BOUKO (2014). Interactivity and immersion in a media-based performance. In: Participations Journal of audience and reception studies, Volume 11, Issue 1. Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. [Link→]
Eirini NEDELKOPOULOU, Eric JORIS, Philippe BEKAERT, Kurt VANHOUTTE (2014). Editorial: On the border between performance, science and the digital.. In: International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 10:2. p. 246–254 [Link→]
Charlotte BIGG, Kurt VANHOUTTE (2014). On the border between performance, science and the digital: The embodied orrery. In: International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 10/2. p. 255–260


Robin NELSON (2013). CREW’s Terra Nova: experiencing modes of immersion in actual-virtual space. In: Body, Space, Technology, Vol.11 No.2.
Nele WYNANTS (2013). De binnenkant van het beeld : een kunsthistorisch onderzoek naar immersie, theatraliteit en ervaring. Doctoral Thesis. Universiteit Antwerpen, Faculteit Letteren & Wijsbegeerte, 2013. [Link→]
Helena DE PREESTER (2013). De onbewoonbaarheid van beelden, essay at the occasion of the ‘aXes’ exhibition in the castle of Gaasbeek, Brussels.


Julie SERMON (2012). Distorting appearence, expanding inner space : technological manipulations of the perception. In: Utopia and Critical Thinking in the Creative Process. p. 105–122 [Link→]


Sigrid MERX (2011). ‘From doing to performing phenomenology: implications and possibilities’. In: Foundations of Science special issue “Opening up the in-between” Vol.16.3. [Link→]
L. BLEUMERS, B. LIEVENS, J. PIERSON (2011). From Sensory Dream to Television Format: Gathering User Feedback on the Use and Experience of Omnidirectional Video-based Solutions. In: P. Turner (Ed.).Proceedings of the International Society for Presence Research Annual Conference (6p.). Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh Napier University. [Link→]
Catherine BOUKO , Natacha SLATER (2011). “Identity, otherness and the virtual double”. In: Technoetic Arts: a journal of speculative research, Vol. 9, n°1. p. 17–30 [Link→]
Nele WYNANTS, Claire SWYZEN (ed) (2011). Landschapstheater in kaart : van tekstueel tot virtueel landschap Het statuut van de tekst in het postdramatische theater. Brussel [Link→]
Catherine BOUKO (2011). Les parcours immersifs et l’expérience quotidienne de la marche. In: Réel-Virtuel, revue électronique éditée par l’Université de Paris 1, Vol. 2. [Link→]
Rosemary KLICH, Edward SCHEER (2011). Multimedia Performance. Bloomsbury publishing. [Link→]
J. DECOCK, , J. VAN LOOY, L. BLEUMERS & P. BEKAERT (2011). The Pleasure of Being (There?): An Explorative Study into the Effects of Presence and Identification on the Enjoyment of an Interactive Theatrical Performance using Omni-Directional Video.. In: P. Turner (Ed.).Proceedings of the International Society for Presence Research Annual Conference (12p.).. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh Napier University. [Link→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE & Nele WYNANTS (2010). Performing Phenomenology: Negotiating Presence in Intermedial Theatre. In: Foundations of Science, 17. p. 275–284 [Link→] [Download→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE, Eric JORIS (2009). Dans van het verkabelde lichaam. In: Homo futuris: kunstenaars en wetenschappers over mens en maatschappij in de toekomst. p. 102–119 Gent: Unesco Centrum Vlaanderen. [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE, Nele WYNANTS (2009). Pending presence: negotiating the space in between. In: Klaveren, van, Rosanne [edit.]; et al. [edit.].Space cowboys: how art creates, networks and visualises hybrid spaces. p. 58–72 Genk: Media and Design Academy. [Link→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE , Liesbeth HUYBRECHTS [edit.] (2008). Reis naar de binnenkant van het beeld: immersie en narrativiteit. In: Crossover: kunst, media en technologie in Vlaanderen. p. 105–113 Leuven: LannooCampus. [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE, Nele WYNANTS & Philippe BEKAERT (2008). Being inside the image: heightening the sense of presence in a video captured environment through artistic means.. In: Spagnolli, Anna [edit.]; e.a..Presence 2008: proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Presence in Padova. p. 157–162 Padova: Libraria Universitaria Padova. [Link→]
Fleur BOKHOVEN, Maaike BLEEKER (ed) (2008). ‘Crash’. In: Anatomy Live: Performance and the Operating Theatre. p. 205–209 Amsterdam University Press. [Link→]
Kim GORUS (2008). Het falen als kunst. Digitale ontsporingen in het werk van Peter Verhelst. Kunst van het falen: esthetisch denken in de greep van de machine. In: p. 93–114 ISBN 978-90-209-7916-9: LannooCampus.


Chris HERMANS, Maarten DUMONT, Philip BEKAERT, Eric JORIS (2007). A Camera-Projection System for Telematic Omni-Presence with Correct Eye Gaze. In: Symposium on Virtual and Augmented Reality 2007. Petropolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2007). Les nouveaux médias et le tragique. In: Berghe, van den, Paul [edit.].Oedipe contemporain? Tragédie, tragique, politique /. p. 294–305 Vic la Gardiole, Entretemps. [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2007). Reality panic: theater in het tijdperk van zijn technologische immersie. In: FotoMuseum magazine. p. 34–44 Antwerpen, Provincie. Provincieraad. Bestendige Deputatie. [Link→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE, Eric JORIS (2006). Flashes I. In: Dietsche warande en Belfort : tijdschrift voor letterkunde, kunst en geestesleven. p. 130–133 [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE, Eric JORIS (2006). Flashes II. In: Dietsche warande en Belfort : tijdschrift voor letterkunde, kunst en geestesleven. p. 292–297 [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE, Eric JORIS (2006). Flashes III. In: Dietsche warande en Belfort : tijdschrift voor letterkunde, kunst en geestesleven. [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE, Eric JORIS (2006). Flashes IV. In: Dietsche warande en Belfort : tijdschrift voor letterkunde, kunst en geestesleven. [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2006). Genealogieën van de toekomst. In: Havens, Henk [edit.].Theater & technologie. p. 170–190 Utrecht: Theater Instituut Nederland. [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE, Eric JORIS (2006). Radical confluences. In: Maska: časopis za scenske umetnosti - 21:1/2(2006). p. 130–133 [Link→]
Birgit CLEPPE (2006). Theater maken. Architecturale strategieën van hedendaagse podiumkunstenaars.. Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen Universiteit Gent. [Link→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE (2004). Het virulente lichaam van Philoctetes. In: Dietsche warande en Belfort : tijdschrift voor letterkunde, kunst en geestesleven. p. 290–308 [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2004). Performatieve technologie: het perspectief van CREW. In: Proscenium : vakblad voor klank, licht en podiumtechniek. p. 13–22 [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2004). Prosthetic gods. In: ThK: journal of art theory and practice - 7:3(2004. p. 55–59 [Link→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE (2003). De implosie van de avant-garde in de technologie (?) Het internet als atopische of utopische schouwburg?. In: Steunpunt Re-Creatief Vlaanderen, 2003. p. 78–90 Gent [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE (2003). Machines op het middaguur: werkverslag van Philoctetes/Man-o-war. In: Etcetera. p. 49–54 [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE, R. ASCOTT [edit.] (2003). The virulent body of Philoctetes: integrating performance art and technology Consciousness reframed. Perth: Curtin University of Technology. [Link→]


Kurt VANHOUTTE [et al.] (2002). Multimedia as a prosthesis: mingling live performance arts and virtuality. In: Proceedings The Future of Narrative in Cyberspace. p. 7–9 Toronto [Link→]
Tom DEWEYER, Karin CONINX & Frank VAN REETH (2002). Proceedings of CWUAAT. In: Keates, S. & Langdon, P. & Clarkson, P.J. & Robinson, P. (Ed.). p. 53–63 [Link→]
Kurt VANHOUTTE, Eric JORIS, Tom DE WEYER & Frank VAN REETH (2002). The virulent body of Philoctetes : integrating performance art and technology. Perth, Australia: CAiiA STAR 2002 Research Conference. [Link→]


Tom DEWEYER, Karin CONINX & Frank VAN REETH (2001). Intuitive modelling and integration of imaginative 3D scenes in the theatre. In: Proceedings of the Virtual Reality International Conference 2001. p. 167–173 Laval, France [Link→]