June 2009 Blog Posts (34)

African Dance is H-O-T this Summer

Whew! Boston weather is cold outside but it's sizzlin' inside with djembe and sabar rockin' rhythms and rhapsodies, making our bodies gyrate and glisten. If you wanna sweat in the motion, come on and see what we have to offer, with over 10 (authentic) West African classes being held, weekly, at the Dance Complex, 567 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. Just to add to the sweltering summer is a review of the "Dance for World Community" that just happened on June 6th, at Jose Mateo's Ballet Theatre,… Continue

Added by Lisa Leake on June 15, 2009 at 10:15pm — No Comments

SEEDS Festival June 14-28th 2009

Somatic Experiments in Earth, Dance and Science take place this year at Earthdance, Massachussets

Check out the schedule for the 2009 festival beginning this week.



Dance, Permaculture and ecology workshops, performances, artist residencies, dance and experimental science films, panels discussions, jams, field trips and more. Featuring Simon Whitehead, Jennifer Monson, Rafter Sass + Skott Kellog, Beverly Naidus and more.

Check the SEEDS ning site for all the latest… Continue

Added by Olive on June 14, 2009 at 6:01pm — 1 Comment

WOW SEEDS begins this week!!!!

SEEDS Festival June 14-28th 2009



Somatic Experiments in Earth, Dance and Science at Earthdance, Massachusets

Check out the schedule for the 2009 festival beginning this week.

Dance, Permaculture and ecology workshops, performances, artist residencies, dance and experimental science films, panels discussions, jams, field trips and more. Featuring Simon Whitehead, Jennifer Monson, Rafter Sass + Skott Kellog, Beverly Naidus and more.

Check the SEEDS ning site for all the… Continue

Added by Olive on June 14, 2009 at 5:56pm — 2 Comments

the blank.

Check out this 10 minute compilation video of my 2008 piece, "the blank." This video will be shown at Laura Cull's book launch this coming week. The book is a collection, "Deleuze and Performance" and looks incredibly… Continue

Added by Ashley on June 13, 2009 at 6:54pm — No Comments

After the Lobbytalk at DTW!

Last Tuesday evening, I connected to the Lobby of Dance Theater Workshop from Geneva via dance-techTV and skype with various guest panelist to share our ideas on new media and the distribution of information and knowledge about dance (name it audience development, marketing, open process etc)

I was happy to contribute with my ideas about the dance-tech.net project although it was hard to keep up with the diverse ideas of the panelist and the many directions presented by the topic. It was… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on June 13, 2009 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Recorded LIVE Broadcast: LecDem by Robert Wechsler on Motion Tracking and Geneva Sessions 09 participants



This is a capture of the LIVE broadcast:

LecDem on Motion Tracking by Robert Wechsler and participants of the Geneva Sessions 09/Made in Laussane.

June 12th 7 pm @ L'Arsenic, Lausanne

ttp://www.theatre-arsenic.ch/

This informal gathering was the culmination of the first week where the participants were introduced to real-time processing motion for the interactive control of media.

About the Geneva sessions… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on June 13, 2009 at 3:30am — No Comments

GENEVA SESSIONS 09/made in Lausanne WE START NOW!!!!!!

Gvadancetraining.ning.com will be the central point for the sessions. Participants will registrer as member and use the gvadancetraining website as an active tool during the workshop to drop images, videos, infos etc... Stay tuned for live DANCETECH TV broadcasts, videos from workshop participants etc... Or better, come to assist to the public events of the workshop!!!!… Continue

Added by Gilles Jobin on June 11, 2009 at 12:30pm — No Comments

amberConference - Call for papers

The first international conference of amberConference will be held in conjunction with the amber’09 Art and Technology Festival, on 7,8 November 2009 in Istanbul, Turkey. The aims and scope of this conference are to create a platform of discussion and dissemination for the various themes and topics in which Social Science, Art and Technology converge.



The theme for this year's event is the Cyborg, a phenomenon that has captured the… Continue

Added by body pixel on June 9, 2009 at 5:00am — No Comments

contemporay dance / belley/ street dance any one

hello ppl this is my first blog post on dance-tech, im ovando carter. oki now we know eache other lets get stuck in. im hoping to find a contempory dancer or contemporay dance teacher that would be intrested in working with me in making some new movement involving parkour and contemporay dance.



hear is my lates… Continue

Added by ovando carter on June 7, 2009 at 3:57am — No Comments

UPCOMING LIVE broadcasts in dance-techTV: La Ribot, Robert Wechsler, Muriel Romero, Esculturas Humanas and Yanira Castro

We will have several excellent LIVE broadcasts in the next two weeks on dance-techTV:



Direct from the Geneva Session 09/Made in Lausanne (L'Arsenic) we will have:




Lecture/artist talk by La Ribot Tuesday June 9th 2009 at 19h or 7:00pm (Swiss time), 1:00pm ESTime.

-Influential performance artist/dancer/choreographer La Ribot will talk about her work with… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on June 6, 2009 at 10:00am — 2 Comments

Of course I don't know anything about technique

Tomorrow is the day of the Volt festival in Uppsala. Christian and I will set up a CCTV music installation there, and I went there today to hang the camera, and speak to the caretaker/technician. He was very easy to work with. After a while, when we'd been climbing, hanging, arranging, and discussing, another technician showed up. He was not very easy to work with. I know how the patriarchy works but it's quite rare to get such an obvious example. The second technician (male of course) started… Continue

Added by Emelie Bardon on June 5, 2009 at 5:00pm — No Comments

SOS (State of Space)

A weekly collaborative workshop in NY

conducted by Ashley A. Friend at Wow Café Theatre every Monday 10am-2pm for the rest of June...!

It began in May and it is open to all who are interested in technology and performance.



A weekly group dedicated to experimenting with space, light, projection, video,

sound, and whatever other technology is brought to the group.



Space—Setting—Light—Architecture—Environment—Experiment—

Educate (re-educate) self and… Continue

Added by Ashley A. Friend on June 5, 2009 at 12:36am — 1 Comment

Crossing the Line 2009 Press Launch

Thank you! I won't be able to go!



Very important to know about!




Crossing the Line 2009 Press Launch

Thursday, June 4 at 12pm

Le Skyroom, FIAF



Performing shopping, watching sounds, composing films, or reading movements...

Crossing the Line 2009 promises a chance for audiences to join in exploring and tasting a unique collection of outstanding new works and experiences.



Initiated,… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on June 2, 2009 at 1:53pm — No Comments

Master in Performing Arts Practice and Visual Culture/ Master en Prácticas Escénicas y Cultura Visual

The objective of this program is to open research spaces for artists, theoreticians and pedagogues, creating an autonomous field of work and research methodologies adequate to the performing arts specificity.

Participants: Rolf Abderhalden, La Ribot, Juan Loriente, Óskar Gómez, Bojana Kunst, André Lepecki, Bojana Cvejic, Isabel de Naverán, José A. Sánchez, Óscar Cornago, Hans Thies Lehman, Gurur Ertem, Eugene van Erben, Janec Janza and others.

Starting: 1 October

Inscriptions:… Continue

Added by Aula de Danza. CENAH on June 2, 2009 at 4:44am — No Comments

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