July 2008 Blog Posts (17)

GOOD NEWS: DANCE+TECH @ Tendu.TV

Hello dance-techers, I would like to announce that dance-tech.net will be producing a DANCE+TECH program for TenduTV (www.tendu.tv) starting this fall.

I am very happy and proud about the opportunity of bringing the visions and performances of our field to a broader audience.



DANCE+TECH will show the depth of the research, the complexity of the topics, the engagement of the practitioners and the relevance of embodied practices. An of… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on July 28, 2008 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Artist-driven Curating and How it Could Help Galvanize a Screendance Movement

At the Screendance conference at ADF two weeks ago, I presented a paper that put forth an argument for the value of "artist-driven" curating in developing and galvanizing an art form. I wanted to propose a way of raising awareness about screendance among dance communities that would help dancers to feel like they can enter this art form that is new to them with a set of useable skills and knowledge already in place.



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Added by Anna Brady Nuse on July 23, 2008 at 6:14pm — No Comments

boDig08: call for installations

Call for Installations



boDig 08 – “ara-yüz(süz)”



Istanbul, 15-25 September 2008





Multidisciplinary artistic creation platform boDig is organizing a series of events called “boDig 08” on “bodies & technologies” within the frame of the International Project “Absent Interfaces Lab”. The partners include L'animal a l'esquena (Celrà/Girona) www.lanimal.org and Centre for Drama Art (Zagreb) www.cdu.hr

boDig 08 includes stage performances, installations,… Continue

Added by aylin kalem on July 23, 2008 at 1:23pm — No Comments

TRENCH

Hello,



my video TRENCH is currently in the final round of the Virgin Media Shorts



...you maybe received this post before but please watch, vote for my video again and forward it!



http://www.virginmediashorts.co.uk/film/1612819705





SHORT ABOUT THE VIDEO:



Trench – war made on a £30 budget



Edinburgh-based filmmaker Sabine Klaus shows how to get a cinematic look on a zero budget. In April 2008 she teamed up with dance duo… Continue

Added by CreationEditor on July 21, 2008 at 8:40am — No Comments

Full Body (milk) Scanning @ Eyebeam, NY



inkscanner @ eyebeam Mixer from Friedrich Kirschner on Vimeo.





The technique in Your Tube:…

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Added by marlon barrios solano on July 19, 2008 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Report on Screendance:State of the Art 2 at ADF

Linda Sabo (back of her head), Vicky Bloor, and Steph Wright at the Screendance conference.

photo: American Dance Festival 2008/Sara D. Davis



I'm finally home after several weeks on the road, crossing the country and then heading south for the second Screendance: State of the Art conference at the… Continue

Added by Anna Brady Nuse on July 18, 2008 at 7:55am — 2 Comments

Open Source Dances: How this new Cultural Economy will affect dance industries?



Ars Electronica announced the festival for next september with a very interesting and provocative formulation:



A New Cultural Economy: The Limits of Intellectual Property.



The age of copyright and intellectual property has reached its expiration date. A development that already manifested itself in the technical fundamentals of the Internet has reared its head in the actual practices of a young generation of users… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on July 16, 2008 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment

Michael Una performing at SYNC Fest 08



Michael Una performing at SYNC Fest 08 from Michael Una on Vimeo.

From his Vimeo account:

Michael Una (http://www.una-love.com/muna) of Chicago investigates how vibrating waves of energy and human consciousness interact. He utilizes traditional musical instruments,… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on July 16, 2008 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Rythmn & Feel Performance

Greetings!

I am performing in NEW YORK CITY. If you are in the area please come and check out the show. I recently participated in a two-week intensive workshop on ISADORA with TROIKA RANCH.



I will be showing a new workx that was conceived at TROIKA RANCH in which I attach the Wiimote to my body and use sound and music to initiate agency as a dancer controlling my own rhythm.



Hope you can come. besos, budafly…





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Added by Andrea "budafly" Rodriguez on July 15, 2008 at 11:00am — No Comments

Dance Party in a Box: Hilarious and effective!



International Dance Party! The full length video of this crazy and funny party machine! from Niklas Roy on Vimeo. About the artists:

Adad Hannah and Niklas Roy

Montreal based video artist Adad Hannah and Berlin based machine artist Niklas Roy met each other for the first… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on July 14, 2008 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Research 2008

- For nearly ten years my work and research has increasingly revolved and dealt with the meaning of movement through video art, installations and live performance. I am working on my personal research project called ‘Performance Practice X’ which investigates into the effects of visual stimuli through vision onto body and then through the body onto an emotional level. My interest particularly focuses on how to increase participation and experience of the audience. ‘Performance Practice X’ is… Continue

Added by CreationEditor on July 11, 2008 at 6:35am — No Comments

Are SecondLife Avatars, 3D Animations and Motion Capture Ready for Dancers?

Here's a post I wrote this morning in my Kinetic Interface blog. I look forward to comments, especially from those who have worked with motion capture and 3D animation.



Summary: There are a number of efforts underway to make the 3D animated human form more lifelike. These developments are taking place both in virtual worlds such as SecondLife and with 3D animations initiated… Continue

Added by Doug Fox on July 8, 2008 at 6:23am — No Comments

Better than Reality continues…

Better than Reality is a project in which artistic use of augmented reality is explored, the project consists of a series of residencies this summer and workshops and presentations in the fall/winter of 2008. The three artists in residence explore various sub topics: Marnix de Nijs (NL) will continue his Exercise in Immersion 4 project, Boris Debackere (BE) researches spatial sound and… Continue

Added by V2_ on July 7, 2008 at 11:27am — No Comments

Gideon Obarzanek got the Cinedans 2008 Jury's award and the public award!



Chunky Move, got the two awards at the Cinedans 2008 festival in Amsterdam. His piece called "Dance Like Your Old Man" is remarkably clever, full of heart and disarming in its simplicity and conceptual strength. He collapsed documentary, feature and dance film in the scenes in which six women imitate their dads' dancing and make them present in our imagination. These unseen men come to life through the dances and reflections of their children.

Congratulations… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on July 6, 2008 at 10:00am — No Comments

MAX Month 1 - An Analogue Style Stequencer

Hello,



I availed of the fantastic DANCE-TECH.NET promotion and got MAX/MSP/JITTER at the student discount rate of €250... (thank you very much Marlon) - One of the conditions is that I write a blog report of my experiences with MAX/MSP/JITTER at least once a month for 6 months.....



So far MAX is cool. I have a reasonable knowledge of MIDI and analogue gear. I have a good knowledge of synthesis in general, I have used other modular software environments like Synthedit and I… Continue

Added by Kenneth Harte on July 3, 2008 at 3:38pm — No Comments

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