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Pablo Ventura (E/CH)
Founder of the Ventura Dance Company (1986 in London, Madrid 1988-93 and Zurich 1993).
Since 1996 computer aided choreographies with Life Forms /Choreographic Machine
“MADGOD” 1999 : my first fully computer aided choreographic work (movements, music and video). It consists of a Solo for a pregnant dancer and on-body video projections. Since then 6 full evening dance and new media productions in collaboration with Interactive software designers, video artists, electronic music composers and robot artists (stand 2010).
“MADGOD 2.001” (2000) for 6 dancers and video projections.
“Zone” (2001) for 6 dancers, 1 industrial robot and interactive videos in collaboration with Robotlab.
“De Humani Corporis Fabrica” (2002-2006) dance trilogy for 6 dancers and epilogue for a robot.
“Kubic's Cube” (2006): a performance and Installation for a single robot designed by Louis-Philippe Demers and commissioned by Berlin's Transmediale in 2006.
2047>> for 6 dancers and audio-visual interaction design by Chris Ziegler and Daniel Bisig
City of Zürich Dance Award. 1999. Switzerland.
CYNETart-festival 2000. Dresden. Germany.
CYNETart-festival 2001. Dresden Germany.
Canton of Zurich Dance Award. 2002. Switzerland.
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