dance-tech AUGMENTED REALITY creative residency

The dance-tech AUGMENTED REALITY creative residency gives opportunity to movement and media artists to develop and launch projects exploring the potential of the AR space for art making.

dance-tech created the first AR app and lab dedicated to the performance of movement: the dance-techTV Augmented Reality app. This app allows  the users of smart phones and tablets to view and discover digital media such as video and 3D animations as overlays of the physical reality of  images o architectural spaces. 

More on AR

Demo created for Panorama Aumentado at  Festival Panorama 2012 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, using the dance-techTV AR app to see the festival trailers scanning the festival logo.

Augmented exhibits at the Theatre Magic: Technology, Innovation, and Effect in the Thompson Library Gallery, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

 

In the summer of 2013, dance-tech invited several artists to freely explore the AR space. Conceptual and technical support was provided and artists were given complete access to their own AR channel and virtual studio.

dance-tech is pleased to announce the launching of the first dance-tech Augmented Reality creative project developed by NY dancer and choreographer Adam H Weinert.

Adam created THE REACCESSION OF TED SHAWN as a digital installation in The Museum of Modern Art without the museum’s consent. He "placed" a permanent installation of his recent performances at MoMA in the AR environment. Through the use of the dance-tech.tv AR app, visitors are able to view footage of his performances simply by using their smartphones or tablet to the museum galleries where he performed in October of 2013.

More about the project

INVITATION

This is an open invitation to international creative professionals interested in exploring the artistic potential of Augmented Reality.

The artists need to be members of www.dance-tech.net and they become should be willing to blog about their creative process at least once a month and to share their experience/help other AR residents.

If interested should email marlon@dance-tech.net with dance-tech AR in the subject line and  a brief description of the project.

AR Residents 2014-2015

Adan H. Weinert (USA)

Jeannette Ginslov (Denmark/South Africa)

Haydee Jimenez (Mexico/Germany)

Bruno Vianna (Brazil)

 

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Comment by Jeannette Ginslov on June 23, 2014 at 12:04pm

Comment by Jeannette Ginslov on June 23, 2014 at 10:54am

P(AR)take is brought to you by 
The National Arts Festival and Screendance Africa (PTY) LTD

P(AR)take in a virtual archive of South African Contemporary Dance that appeared at the National Arts Festival from 1984, using the Augmented Reality app Aurasma on your Android or iOS mobile device. With Aurasma you access the archive and trigger ten short video clips of South African choreographers' works that appeared on the Main Programme during South Africa's political transformation. These have been edited and curated by Jeannette Ginslov of Screendance Africa (Pty) Ltd with research assistant Ester van der Walt. 

Meeting Point: The Drostdy Arch (top of High Street) Monday 07-10 July at 11:00 and Friday 11 July at 12:00. Here Jeannette and Ester will assist you in downloading Aurasma and following the P(AR)take Channel. Aurasma is a free app for Apple and Android devices. Please note you will need an iTunes account if using an Apple device. You will then test the first tagged board - the P(AR)take logo, before heading off to the 5 dance venues where you will find the triggers, two per venue in the following order:

VENUES 
GREAT HALL   
#1 Thabangita 1984 Tossie Van Tonder  
#2 Gula Matari 1996 Vient
ALEC MULLINS 
#3 African Moves (1998) Debbie Rakusin & David Matamela 
                          #4 Daddy I've seen this piece six times...(2000) Robyn Orlin
RHODES THEATRE 
#5 clinical capsule (2001) Jeannette Ginslov 
     #6 The Unspeakable Story (2004) Gary Gordon 
CENTENARY HALL  
#7 Beautiful Us (2006) Gregory Maqoma
#8 Body of Evidence (2009) Jay Pather 
CITY HALL
#9 Isingqala (2011) Mamela Nyamza
#10 Ndumba (2013) Fana Tshabalala 

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