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My name is Marlon Barrios Solano, I am an artist, researcher, consultant and educator on movement arts and new media, networked cultures, social media, collaborative technologies and open knowledge.
I am originally from Venezuela and I am based in NYC; but I travel a lot.
I am also the curator of Choreography or ELSE: Contemporary Experiments on the Performance of Motion for dance-tech.tv.
My bio (in third person):
Marlon Barrios Solano a Venezuelan independent researcher, consultant, educator, curator, on-line producer, vlogger, and professional nomad.
Based in USA and Germany, 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.
His research explores the use of internet technology on collaborative creativity within cultural production environments and education.
It can parceled as follows:
He has a hybrid background on cognitive science, dance improvisation and new media arts. 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. With a hybrid background in movement and new media arts, organizational development, and cognitive science, he researches and create platforms for the development of open and sustainable models of knowledge production and distribution among trans-local artistic communities communities and organizational contexts.
Marlon is a research associate at DanceDigitalUK and ICKAmsterdam/STEIM (Holland).
He is a guest lecturer for the Masters on Performance Practices and Visual Culture for the Universidad de Alcala (Spain) and HZT Berlin (Germany) for 2012.
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.
Inquiries or just to say hello email me at: email@example.com
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Motion Bank Workshop No. 5 on “Writing Dance” under the direction of Jonathan Burrows, Matteo Fargion and Adrian Heathfield will commence in just a few days. From April 16 to 18, participants will come together at Frankfurt LAB to focus on discussion leading to practical work. Emphasis will be towards investigating choreographic and compositional processes, and experimental writing and scoring practices, questioning how a dance can be made…Continue