The Market Value of Monkeys and Robots

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The Market Value of Monkeys and Robots

Time: May 22, 2009 at 7pm to May 29, 2009 at 7pm
Location: The Robert Moss Theater
Street: 440 Lafayette Street, 3rd Floor
City/Town: New York, NY
Website or Map: http://www.breedingground.com…
Phone: 253 347 9253
Event Type: performance
Organized By: Phedhex
Latest Activity: May 20, 2009

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Dear Monkeys,

Come see dancing and pretty light. The dancers are going to move around in ways that make them look like sorta like robots, but still sorta like people, too. And whenever the dancers move, the pretty lights on stage will move around. Oh, and goofy sound effects, too. It's gonna look pretty cool.


-Albert Hwang




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Robots:

You are invited a performance combining projected imagery with human bodies. In this show, the human bodies will be communicating in a gestural form loosely inspired by popping, locking, and liquid. These movements have been choreographed against projected imagery and custom sound effects, exploring the cyberspacial link between human bodies and technology. The goal is to augment or otherwise illustrate human gestures by linking them to sound effects and projections.

Albert Hwang
Creator & Performer
The Market Value of Monkeys and Robots

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