#IdentityMashup lab at LaMama's CultureHub

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#IdentityMashup lab at LaMama's CultureHub

Time: May 16, 2012 from 9pm to 11pm
Location: LaMama's CultureHub
Street: 47 Great Jones St, 3rd Floor
City/Town: New York, NY
Website or Map: http://www.culturehub.org/eve…
Event Type: mixed, reality, lab
Organized By: Josephine Dorado
Latest Activity: Jun 9, 2012

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#IdentityMashup lab at LaMama's CultureHub

Hey, all -- I'm doing a mixed reality presentation at LaMaMa's CultureHub in conjunction with Seoul Institute of the Arts on Wed, May 16 at 9pm ET. For those that aren't familiar with this term: "Mixed reality" refers to a hybrid space that integrates virtual with physical. CultureHub is an incubator for creativity focused on the intersection of art and technology, and in this lab, I'm excited to be presenting a process that I'm calling an #IdentityMashup: exploring identity by fusing the virtual world with "real world" space. Participants create (dis)embodied stories based on Jung’s shadow archetype, and explore identity through a mashup of avatar roleplaying, livestreaming and embodied storytelling in a mixed reality environment. Short stories based on shadow work will be told through an avatar whose face is mapped to a live video stream of the participants’ actual faces, creating hybrid physical-online identities that are simultaneously distorted and revealing. I'll be conducting this in the true spirit of a lab, so it won't be a passive presentation - get ready to move & be part of the process! #funfunfunfunfun

Where: LaMaMa's CultureHub, 47 Great Jones St, 3rd Floor (between Bowery & Lafayette St), NYC
When: Wed, May 16 at 9pm ET
Tickets: Free 

http://www.culturehub.org/events1/2012/5/14/artalk-with-josephine-dorado-may-16th-9pm.html

For those that aren't in NYC, this will also be livestreamed at http://www.livestream.com/culturehubny 
A portion of it will be in Second Life, but I won't be 'managing' the SL portion, so the livestream will probably be the best option for remote viewing.

Bios:

Josephine Dorado is a social entrepreneur, producer, educator and artist whose work focuses on architecting innovative learning and mixed reality experiences. She was a Fulbright scholarship recipient and initiated the Kidz Connect program, which connects youth internationally via creative collaboration and theatrical performance in virtual worlds. Josephine also received a MacArthur Foundation award to co-found Fractor, which matches news with opportunities for activism. She currently teaches at the New School and is the live events producer for This Spartan Life, a talk show inside the video game Halo.  http://funksoup.com

Phillip Gulley is a Brooklyn-based theatre artist who explores many assets of live performance ranging from artistic management to dramaturgy, from performance to video and interaction design. He is a graduate of Brooklyn College, CUNY, where he received his MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Art. In New York Phillip has created original pieces and performed in venues such as The Ontological-Hysteric Theatre, The Nuyorican Poet’s Café and La MaMa ETC, and worked with such groups and organizations as Witness Relocation, 3LD, The Foundry Theatre, Performance Space 122, and The Goethe Institut.  http://www.phillipgulley.net/

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Comment by isabel valverde on June 9, 2012 at 11:59am

Hey dear Josephine! I was sorry to miss your event.

How was it. Any video or photos also from Second Life.

I believe we met in CA before u moved to Paris. Excuse me if not.

I'm also developing work in mixed reality including SL.

see this project:

http://sensesplaces.wordpress.com

would love hearing from you,

hope all is going well,

Isabel

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