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streaming right now from Barcelona nits salvatges

Posted on April 24, 2010 at 3:07pm 0 Comments

http://laportabcn.com/laportabcn/Obra.do?id_obra=749



Nits Salvatges (Wild Nights) proposes a frame to experiment with what is uncertain and circumstantial in the ideas, regardless its evolution, materialization or development.

An event that brings together eight new and specific actions by artists from different areas, territories and generations.

A…

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Wearable_dynamic research from Paola Tognazzi

Posted on July 28, 2009 at 4:07am 0 Comments

Wearable_dynamic research is a company created by Paola Tognazzi,

which purpose is to associate artists with common interests

in designing interactive tools based on the artistic phylosophy of:

1- Changing the dynamic motor of human body

2- Developing ergonomic full-body interface for control of immersive audio-visual environment.

3- Creating an infrastructure and a modular network.



We are delighted to present our first baby project… Continue

Madrid-HelloWorld!, Contemporary Stage Creation and New Technologies

Posted on June 25, 2009 at 10:27am 0 Comments

What is HelloWorld!



The project aims to foster the dialog between new technologies and performing arts, considering that in our city is more common to find works based in installations, contemporary art or interactive and non performative works. We will try to explore stage possibilities of new technologies by creating a small format project production platform for contemporary theater. And therefore, to explore different disciplines such as moving artes, object theater, children… Continue

call for entries international internet dance festival SideBySide-net 2009

Posted on May 19, 2009 at 6:09pm 0 Comments

SideBySide art center defines its main purpose in supporting and cultivating art and culture, stage-play and dance. In general, the association wants to help talented artists of any genre. In detail, SideBySide art center especially wants to give social support to young people in the areas of art, culture, training and education. Thus, the association exclusively and immediately serves public welfare purposes.



SideBySide art center offers artists of all kinds a new cultural platform.… Continue

Bud Blumenthal, the DANCERS! project

Posted on May 17, 2009 at 5:41pm 0 Comments

DANCERS! is an interactive video data base of professional dancers of any style or technique improvising within a precise context : 2 minutes, defined space, exact lighting, chosen music.



Designed by Bud Blumenthal, the DANCERS! project aims to put the dancer in the center to demonstrate his/her art without having to adapt to the vision of a choreographer.



DANCERS! can be viewed online for free at www.dancersproject.com. where one can navigate through the dances in an easy… Continue

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