April 2013 Blog Posts (5)

Corporeal Computing Call for papers/performances/publication contributions

Update on 'Corporeal Computing' event at University of Surrey (September 2-3, Ivy Arts Centre University of Surrey, Guildford0

Deadline extension for conference papers/ performances/ publication contributions (May 8th, 2013)

Confirmed presenters:

Paul Kaiser (Openeneded Group), will be showing 'After Ghostcatching' in 3D

Thomas Calvert (CEO Credo Interactive)

Kirk Woolford (University of Sussex)

Mark Coniglio (Troika Ranch)

Nic…

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Added by Nicolas Salazar Sutil on April 29, 2013 at 9:19am — No Comments

Motion Bank Workshop No. 5 on Writing Dance by Jonathan Burrows, Matteo Fargion and Adrian Heathfield @ Frankfurt LAB

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…

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Added by marlon barrios solano on April 12, 2013 at 8:17am — No Comments

TROIKA RANCH LIVE-I WORKSHOP 2013, Portland, Oregon USA

TROIKA RANCH LIVE-I WORKSHOP 2013

THE MACHINE IS NOT SPECIAL

In days of old, a computer was an object of awe that had to be handled with great care lest it fail. Today, the computer is just a variation on a wrench or Swiss Army Knife: it’s a household tool used to fix something, to make…

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Added by marlon barrios solano on April 10, 2013 at 11:58am — No Comments

Moving Without A Body | Digital Philosophy and Choreographic Thoughts, new book!

Moving Without A Body

Digital Philosophy and Choreographic Thoughts

By Stamatia Portanova

Overview

Digital technologies offer the possibility of capturing, storing, and manipulating movement, abstracting it from the body and transforming it into numerical information. In Moving without a Body, Stamatia Portanova considers…

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Added by marlon barrios solano on April 10, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

CUERPO ++ WORKSHOP / CCE /CHILE

APRIL 9 -10 /  Spain Cultural Center of Santiago

CUERPO ++

BODY-TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP 

"Dias de Danza Festival" …

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Added by BRISA MP on April 2, 2013 at 9:02pm — No Comments

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