ABSTRACT While dance has been theorized as consummately embodied, digitality has been charged with rendering flesh-bound “meatware” obsolete. This essay explores the body propelled into motion by the “dance simulation” video game Dance Dance Revolution, to show how racial and sexual identifications shape the encounter between human body and digital technology.
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