Andy Wood
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Sound Alibi
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Andy
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I am a digital media artist and work with moving image and sound. I make screen-dance work, documentaries and public projections. My collaborations have involved site-specific, improvised and cross-disciplinary performance and my video work has been screened at international film festivals, in galleries, live performances and on TV.
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http://www.soundalibi.co.uk
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Sound designer (electronic/digital composition), Video and film (screen-dance), Independent Educators (consultant/ instructors/ workshop leaders/ lecturers/ researchers)
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At 4:44am on January 25, 2009, Jeannette Ginslov said…
it has but you can still send if you want....will email you form and there is address in that. great. look forward
At 6:57am on January 16, 2009, Jeannette Ginslov said…
yip that's the same in south africa - small indie cinemas can be approached. so who does approach the small independant cinemas here? is there an org that does that? surely it would be better to have something behind one to launch this instead of my just going up to just about any small cinema and asking? but i will contact leeds screen in the meantime...best jeannette
At 4:11am on January 16, 2009, Jeannette Ginslov said…
how does it work here in the UK? can one insert 2/3 minute dance clips at cinemas before the movies start? we have this initiative in SA at Cinema Nouveau where sometimes if we lucky, and know "someone", we can squeeze in a dance video before the main feature begins. this way mainstream audiences get to experience dance video.

also how can you, or I , or marlon get this TV dance to connect to something in the southern hemisphere, say South Africa. I could think of starting something say in Cape Town and then things get streamed from there? things have to get kickstarted in SA and I am prepared to stick my neck out. Obviously not much is being made in SA but someone has to start? best jeannette
At 3:29pm on November 8, 2008, Assale Ibrahim said…
Hi
nice Works. Gaze is till now my Favorit. will check the others later ;). it is really a amazing who your Camera makes out of the two feet/legs two independent Creatures.Sure the clip has agood Performer as well.
wish you all the best
Assale Ibrahim
At 5:20pm on August 6, 2008, CreationEditor said…
Hi Andy,

I have been following online the events and co at EMPAC and hopefully will make it there myself soon in person. I can only agree on that dance film screenings should happen more often. Speaking from my own work and feedback I receive from friends, family and critics is that in public screenings the same piece of work is often well received and understood while most video dances lose their fascination online (think youtube). The problem is not only the lower quality that reduces the effects of sound and speed of movements but also the moment of 'live' performance in front of an audience is taken away from the work. The unique specialty of video dance is that it is closely related to live dance and thus its presentation in which it needs the space, the sound echoing of walls and an audience sharing the experience of movements, camerawork and edit. Personally, I am very audience-focused, some of you might know my work that aims on creating all-senses-incorporating interaction with the viewer through live performance and/or video installations in controlled spaces that enhance the experience and interaction.

To return to the initial starting point of this discussion: yes, I hope more video dance events will happen, hopefully more dance places, cinemas and co venues will promote and open their spaces to show this genre of film. Currently, the Edinburgh Festival is happening which offers opportunities for video dance presentations for example.

My aim is to increase the possibilities of showing dance work. Together with curator Alexandra Ross, I set up the traveling exhibition The State of Play that mixes live performance, audience involvement and interactive video dance projection:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHmrSe5ZpBw
more info about this can be found on my website www.creationeditor.co.uk

I am also involved with the events of Iam-Digital that fuses live performance, video dance and live music. I just put together a 2min docu of the last event in May'08
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKT5IMSfoiA
more on www.iam-digital.com

My latest video dance TRENCH was cut for the big screen were it works really well while it really loses it online
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PciUp7-Gsuo
I would appreciate your feedback

Ironically all is on youtube ;-)

Best wishes and keep up the good work
Sabine Klaus
info@creationeditor.co.uk
www.creationeditor.co.uk
 
 
 

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