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On innovation in dance and technology? how innovation is related to the dance field in general?

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Book Wall!

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Post here relevant events such as conferences, seminars, workshops relevant to our network.

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My name is Marlon Barrios Solano, I am an interdisciplinary artist, researcher, speaker, consultant, online curator and educator based in USA and Germany. 

Currently, I am a guest lecturer and associated researcher at  the Inter-university for Dance in Berlin,Germany( HZT Berlin ).

My work investigates and intersects the following intersecting topics:

1.-Models of mind-body relationship, embodied cognition and computation in contemporary dance practices; buddhist psychology, mindfulness, meditation and contemplative movement practices; cybernetics, new biology, complex systems and self-organization; somatics and digital technology.

2.-Dance and new media; digital resources for choreographic and embodied knowledge; contemporary choreographic practices/knowledge.

3.-The affordances of networked/mobile environments for collaborative knowledge production within art and educational contexts; art within mobile augmented reality environments.

4.-Embodied practices, art, digital humanities, post-humanist performances and cognitive innovation.

5.-New media production and curatorial strategies within networked environments.

I am the creator/producer of the following projects:

dance-tech.net (this social networking site)

dance-techTV

dance-tech@ (interviews and documentaries).

Choreography or ELSE: Contemporary Experiments on the Performance of Motion

Apps4 festivals

meta-academy

AUGMENTED REALITY Residency

Dance-tech AIR Berlin

Meta LABS

WHAT IS DANCE-TECH?

 

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My bio (in third person):

Marlon Barrios Solano is a Venezuelan artist, researcher, consultant, educator, on-line producer/curator, video broadcaster and vlogger based between in USA and Germany.

With a hybrid background on cognitive science, dance improvisation and new media arts he researches and explores the mind-body processes and  network technologies as participatory systems and collaborative spaces within cultural production, education and healing/transformational environments.

He researches the affordances of the new internet for the development of open and collaborative models of knowledge production and distribution among trans-local artistic communities and organizational contexts.

Currently, he is a guest lecturer and  associated researcher at HZT Berlin, Germany. He has been research fellow at DanceDigitalUK and  ICKAmsterdam (Holland).

He is the creator/producer/curator of dance-techTV, a collaborative internet video channel dedicated to innovation and experimental performing arts and its social network dance-tech.net. He has also conceived and developed the on-line  co-learning lab meta-academy.

Since 2008, he has produced and published more than 400 online video interviews known as the "dance-tech interviews and views."

He  has lectured and led courses/workshops at many international conferences, educational centers and artistic venues such as ImpulsTanz 2012 (Austria), Geneva Sessions and HEAD (Switzerland),  EXTRA 09, 10, 11 (France), Festival Panorama 09, 11, 12 (Brazil), Itau Cultural Rumos (Brazil), Masters in Performance and Visual Culture (Spain), Media Lab Prado (Spain), CitiLab (Barcelona), Mov-s 2010-2012 (Spain), APAP 2011 (USA), ACCAD The Advanced Computer Center for Arts and Design (USA), School of Arts, Media + Engineering in Arizona State University (USA) and the Digital Arts and Humanities at The Ohio State University (USA), Tufts University among many others.

He has consulted, led and developed projects for several international art organizations such as  ImPulsTanz/DanceWEB  (Austria), Tanz Im August (Germany), The South American Network of Dance (Brazil/Uruguay), Urdimbre (Colombia), Gilles Jobin Company (Switzerland), Live Arts Development Agency LADA (UK) , Damsens Hus (Sweden), Barnard College (USA) .

As a professional dancer in New York City, he performed nationally and internationally with Susan Marshal and Dancers (1997-2000), Lynn Shapiro Dance Company (1995-1998), and with the choreographers Merian Soto, Dean Moos, Bill Young, among others. He also performed with the musicians John Zorn, Philip Glass and Eric Friedlander. Under Unstablelandscape (2003-07), he performed and researched improvisational performances within digital real-time environments performing in the US and Europe.

He holds an MFA in Dance and Technology 2004 (real-time digital technology, performance of improvisation and embodied cognition) from The Ohio State University, USA.

He has been a meditation practitioner since 1996.  Since 2009,  he mainly practices meditation techniques presented and developed within the vipassana tradition at Insight Meditation Society|Barre Center of Buddhist  Studies in Massachusetts (USA), Beatenberg Meditation Center (Switzerland) and he is currently participating in the Community Dharma Leaders Program at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California  (USA) under the mentoring of Stephen Batchelor. He has studied under Enkio O'Hara (Village Zendo, NYC) and Annie Nugent, Sharon Salzberg, Joseph Goldstein, Greg Scharf, Chas DiCapua, among many others. Since 2013, he offers online consultation and coaching on meditation and mindfulness practices and leads short retreats.

His research interests can be parceled as follows:

  • Emergent dramaturgies, methodologies and performance practices in relation with networked technologies, digital cultures and open knowledge.
  • Networked platforms as co-learning environments for innovation, performance practices, and interdisciplinary thinking.
  • Curatorial practices for contemporary performing arts on networked environments.
  • Art, performance, science and new media intersection.
  • Networked media and social-cognitive technologies and methods within organizational environments.
  • On-line video and digital participatory journalism for  cultural industries.
  • Mobile technologies for media production and display.
  • Collaborative Creativity, organizational and social innovation in online and off-line spaces.
  • Interdisciplinary practices and theoretical developments on contemporary performance, networked environments, embodied distributed creativity and complexity theory.
  • Counter-culture, cyber-culture and theories of the body.
  • Contemplative practices, embodiment and new media technology.

Inquiries or just to say hello email me at: marlon@dance-tech.net

 

 

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Book launch: Motion and Representation: the Language of Human Movement, London, UK

BOOK LAUNCH AND DRINKSFriday, 22 May 2015 from 18:00 to 20:00 (BST)London, United Kingdomhttp://mitpress.mit.edu/books/motion-and-representationMatthew Fuller will host Nicolas Salazar Sutil, as part of the UK launch of the book Motion and Representation: the Language of Human Movement at Deptford Town Hall.Their conversation will revolve around the…See More
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A short impression of the Choreographic Coding Lab held at Deakin Motion.Lab in Melbourne, Australia in April 2015. A write-up of my project is online at http://philboltt.github.io/ccl-2015/ Visit http://www.choreographiccoding.org for more…
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4th Choreographic Coding Lab @ ITP/NYU, New York!!! this summer!

At ITP / New York University (NYU), Tisch School of the Arts27-31 AUGUST 2015Call for applications from artists working with code and digital media for the at ITP/ NYU-Tisch Choreographic Coding…See More
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School of Drama and Dance Bytom, PolandOnly for registered students.Movement and the  social in networked spacesAn introduction to dance and new mediaLed by Marlon Barrios SolanoA series of 5 classes will be geared to  explore  creative performance of movement within technological and social systems.With short lectures, movement scores, group activities, video showcases, discussions and simple short projects,  the participants will be introduced to  contemporary choreographic and performance…See More
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Presentation of  videos and ideas:new medialanguage as mediamediation besides presentinformation as memory?dance and technology,  historical relations with technology.Motion capture?robotics: dance with robots?are dancers like robots?Technological UtopiaTechnological Distopiawho owns the data and the media?Life casting, life broadcast? performance? where  is the new theater?Fuller, ThereminScreendance?DIY videos, are screendances?New distribution systems?Augmented reality intro...Building the…See More
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Book launch: Motion and Representation: the Language of Human Movement, London, UK

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BOOK LAUNCH AND DRINKS

Friday, 22 May 2015 from 18:00 to 20:00 (BST)

http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/motion-and-representation

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Motion and Representation: the Language of Human Movement, book launch, London!

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Matthew Fuller will host Nicolas Salazar Sutil, as part of the UK launch of the book Motion and Representation: the Language of Human Movement at Deptford Town Hall.

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XBox Kinect & The Dramaturgy of Tracking: Live-I Workshop 2015 by Troika Ranch, Portland, Oregon, USA

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At 3:05am on April 20, 2015, Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer said…

Hi Marlon,

Please take a quick look at my page.. Know you are in Germany.. just want to update..I've been working hard..

All Best,

Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer

At 10:07am on August 2, 2013, Marisa C. Hayes said…

Hi Marlon,

Enjoying everything, especially Minded Motion, so thank you!!

The screendance festival I direct has just opened its submission call. To share that here, is the best place to post it in Events?

Thank you!

At 9:50am on July 25, 2013, Bill Seeley said…

Thanks for setting up a great forum Marlon!

I would like to hear more from Corinne about how visual familiarity can be used to bootstrap embodied responses to different dance styles/techniques.

I would also like to know more about teaching/developing Underscore and contact-improvisational dance.

Can anyone direct me to online or print resources to help get started thinking about these things?

At 6:49pm on August 13, 2012, Lynette Kessler said…

Marlon I was prompted finally to create my own account today because I spent some time with Suzon Fuks on her Water-wheel interactive platform and wanted to communicate with you. Please make some time to get a guided tour. She has done something really quite interesting...

At 3:15am on February 23, 2012, Bruno Listopad said…
Hello Marlon

It was great to meat u.

We should keep in touch. 

In the meanwhille I am also checking the possibilities regarding the performance documentation we spoke about.

All the best,
bruno
At 7:44am on February 22, 2012, Janessa Clark said…

Marlon! Hi! Yes I am in London- where will you be tomorrow?

At 7:31pm on February 12, 2012, BRISA MP said…

Gracias Marlon por la difusión del FIVC !

Abrazos

Brisa MP

At 9:44am on December 24, 2011, Aníbal Zorrilla said…

Hola, Marlon, para felicitarte y desearte muchas felicidades... en Buenos Aires estamos formando un equipo del IUNA para crear en danza y tecnología... espero que pronto podamos compartir nuestros aportes... un abrazo...!!!

At 11:21am on September 20, 2011, Courtney Loren Giannone said…

My goodness.  Thank you for producing this organization.

 

I wish I knew sooner.  Is there a way to post public bulletins?  I have an event tonight in NYC.  I posted it, but I don't have friends yet. 

At 1:15pm on May 29, 2011, Ashley A. Friend said…

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