The Social Network for Innovators in Motion
Time: June 25, 2010 at 3pm to June 27, 2010 at 8pm
Location: various, in Madrid, Dresden, Prague, Norrköping, please see webpage
Website or Map: http://www.european-tele-plat…
Event Type: installation, presentation
Organized By: European Tele-Plateaus
Latest Activity: Jun 23, 2010
Two environments for interactive telematic dance installations and performaces in 4 netconnected european cities
25th, 26th and 27th June - 15’00 to 21’00
· Installation from 15’00 to 19’00
· Dance Performances at 20’00
DISORIENTATIONS – Abstract telematics, amorphous presence and proximity without identity
AMORPHOGENESIS - Post-anatomical architecture, real virtuality and, non-carthesian body-spaces
ETP is a european project in which physical interaction spaces in 4 cities (Dresden, Praga, Norrköping y Madrid) connect through he internet in order to generate a common interactive audiovisual environment for interactive dance performances and installations. On this occasion the two concepts produced by the project partners from Prague and Madrid will be jointly presented in what is the last official public presentation of the project, that finishes in June 2010.
DISORIENTATIONS – Abstract telematics, amorphous presence and proximity without identity is an environment for installation and performance that develops a sense of abstract, amorphous telematic presence, of intimacy and proximity without identity, working on the limits of the legible or recognisable: ilegible bodies that generate chains of data without meaning, a datamining of the absurd. A system of body de-visualisation, a machine for the disorientation of desire, produced by ETP Group- Madrid, and Jaime del Val_REVERSO, in collaboration with the group Common Body, from the laboratory of Social Commons in Medialab Prado.
AMORPHOGENESIS – Post-anatomical architecture, real virtuality and, non-carthesian body-spaces. Produced for ETP by CIANT (Prague) in collaboration with Jaime del Val is a performance and installation environment based upon a concept of digital interactive or generative architecture in which amorphous 3D structures are transformed through the movement of bodies in physical installation spaces of four netconnected european cities. Four human and posthuman 3D characters (a female, a male, a transsexual and an alien) are being inteactively deformed and transformed into abstract architectures, each one relating to one of the four european cities. The project proposes the developmet of liquid amorphous spaces, far away from the aesthetics of simulation: not a virtual reality, but a real virtuality for a relational collective architecture across the EU. A laboratory for embodied experience, for redefining sensation, relationality and presence beyond identity and form in late-capitalist digital culture.