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DNC: R. Luke DuBois: Hindsight is Always 20/20

Started Aug 25, 2008 0 Replies

Check out this Interview! It's incredible!Wow. How inspiring.Continue

Internet. Market. Choice. Dance. Industry. Sell. Buy. Process.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marc Kirschner Jun 5, 2008. 29 Replies

How has the internet changed dance? For example, music, being primarily affected as the internet marked the exhange of power from…Continue

"dance and tech" is a field of theft and non-authentic invention continued...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Julie N. Cruse Sep 8, 2008. 27 Replies

On the "genre" of dance and technology, a comment was made that the people who use the tools in dance and tech are just feeding off of the creativity of the person who invented the tool.Comments?I…Continue

Tags: movement_experience, embodiment, software, tools, creativity

Looking for Dancers for

Started Nov 21, 2007 0 Replies

Telematic Collaboration using VICKIThis is basic. I will send you the patch, with instructions in how to use it, change it, play with it. You would practice with it and we would run it probably once…Continue

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Julie Cruse & VICKi - Virtual Interactive Choreographic / Kinetic instructor

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This is a group where people can send messages to artists looking for work. So if you have a job to offer or you are looking for work, this group is the place to be. Happy collaborating!See More
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At 3:52pm on October 7, 2009, Culturehub said…
hi julie, i'm not sure why the invite disappeared. i will send it again. hope to here from you soon.......best....billy..............culturehub.org
At 11:48am on April 5, 2009, Danielle Short said…
OU's film school. Boot camp film school.
At 11:30am on April 5, 2009, Danielle Short said…
You met Katherine Milton? I met her when I went to visit Ohio Univ. last October. Super nice and supportive.
At 11:28am on April 5, 2009, Danielle Short said…
Hi! I was just thinking about you and hope everything is going well. You are graduating soon?
I'm in the process of making a decision at the moment and will keep you posted. My life has been very busy of late, traveling to schools, meeting new people, seeing new things. Very exciting!
At 12:09pm on April 4, 2009, Richard James Allen said…
Hi Julie,
Thanks for your message. You are engaged in an interesting project. And it looks like you are reaching out to broad community to fulfill it. I would be fascinated to hear more.
With all best wishes,
At 5:52pm on April 3, 2009, Todd Ingalls said…
your project is ambitious. i read the syllabus - do you have a planned date for that class? also, are you going to be releasing some of the patches and such soon? i would be interested to read a paper about this if you have one.
At 4:41pm on March 15, 2009, Ashley said…
Hi Julie. Sounds great! How is work at EMMA? I'd be so interested to chat with you about what's going on in the lab and in your work. Will you be at SDHS this year? If so, we should absolutely meet up. I'd love to hear a lecture/see a performance if you'll be showing something too! I'll be giving a lecture on perception/presence of digital dance events. Hope to see you in San Francisco this summer!
At 2:15pm on November 8, 2008, Meike Schönhütte said…
Hello Julie,
thank you very much for watching one of my videos and leaving a message!...now I am pretty curious about the questions you got in mind while watching...
At 8:56pm on September 14, 2008, Marie-Christine Giordano said…
We are looking for a good, honest and artistic oriented web master to update our site.
At 8:18pm on September 5, 2008, Ashley A. Friend said…
Hi Julie. Thanks for your truly insightful and totally awesome comment on my interview video. You are 100% right! This place is a complicated "rational" maze of 90 degree angles created by the (totally natural and animal) minds of "men" and our bodies have conformed to IT to find alignment rather than discovering the ever-changing environment that surrounds us and reflects another aspect of our nature. Our physical alignment is illusive and can never be captured and is constantly... unpredictable, that favorable dichotomy, the recognition constant unpredictability of the environment and personal emotional reactions is priceless and a fantastic survival technique. Something else, the definition of dance for me has become absolutely void, like God. Dance is different for every user, I’m glad we don’t hold hostages in the name of Jazz or Ballroom.

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"dance and tech" is a field of theft and non-authentic invention

Posted on November 28, 2007 at 5:54pm 20 Comments

On the "genre" of dance and technology, a comment was made that the people who use the tools in dance and tech are just feeding off of the creativity of the person who invented the tool.



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