Exploring choreographic knowledge in networked environments
“What pattern connects the crab to the lobster and the orchid to the primrose and all four of them to me? And me to you?”
An online lab led by Marlon Barrios Solano (HZT-Berlin researcher associate and dance-tech.net and .TV creator) and Rachel Boggia (Bates College, USA)
Sept 1st to Sept 12 2015
meta-academy@HZT-Bates 2015 is an online lab investigating the potential of networked environments (from internet to mobile devices) for performance, contemporary choreographic practices, and collaborative knowledge production.
The participants will explore online resources and cutting edge digital internet technologies to remotely connect, perform, register, aggregate, map and visualize the knowledge articulated in their own creative/artistic practice and research.
Online lab activities include synchronous encounters, discussion forums, individual and collaborative projects and a presentation of final projects.
More information about past meta-academy projects:
Supported byHZT-Berlin, Germany in collaboration with Bates College, USA
Latest Activity: Sep 20, 2015
Choreograph (v.): bodies in time and space
Choreograph (v.): act of arranging relations between bodies in time and space
Choreography (v.): act of framing relations between bodies ……… ‘a way of seeing the world’
Choreography (n.): result of any of these actions
Choreography (n.): a dynamic constellation of any kind, consciously created or not, self-organising or super-imposed.
Choreography (n.): order observed…, exchange of forces…, a process that has an observable or observed embodied order
Choreograph (v.): act of witnessing such an order Choreography (v.): act of interfering with or negotiating such an order
Book of Recommendation: Choreography as An Aesthetics of Change (Klien, Valk, Gormly, 2008)
Welcome to meta-academy@HZT-Bates 2015: The Pattern that Connects!In this lab, you will be collaborating closely with other participants to explore the ways that digital online tools can connect,…Continue
Description/Directions How can we enact and discover choreographic knowledge in networked space? …Continue