We will be broadcasting LIVE selected talks from an extraordinary gathering!…Continue
We’ve been working with Wayne McGregor|Random Dance and OpenEndedGroup on Becoming, an algorithmic “virtual dancer” that grows and evolves in response to emulated mechanical constraints and to a database of film material.
Becoming is currently being used in the…Continue
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WANTED: 3 FEMALE ACTORS with movement skills or DANCERS with acting skills,
FOR ELENA BAJO'S PERFORMANCE AT FORT DU BRUISSIN, LYON (FRANCE) 11th and 13th of September, within the framework of the Lyon Biennial
-3 female actors (the performance will be in French) to be a part of an experimental piece, outside of the 'comfort zone' in an art exhibition space in Lyon…Continue
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Ben Riepe's Hundstage was the first project to be premiered within the framework of modul-dance. It was acclaimed by audiences and the media alike.
This piece, for seven performers, deals with existential questions: What is left when what is real presents itself in all its artificially? When does the cynical distance to the world lose its protective smile?
Ben J. Riepe has created…Continue
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The italian choreographer Luca Silvestrini lives and works in London and leads the company Protein. "Border Tales" is the title of his modul-dance project, with which Silvestrini explores the idea of migration. Interview done during a research period at Graner, in Barcelona.
More videos on Numeridanse.tv…Continue
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on our new issue you can find (among other things) an interview with Bojana Bauer and an essay by Monica Gillette describing her vision on the similarities between dramaturgy and film editing.
you can also upload information regarding workshops, performances etc.
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Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies 36.2
Sept. 2010: 89-102
Malabou, Plasticity, and the Sculpturing of the Self
Hugh J. Silverman
Department of Philosophy
Stony Brook University, U.S.A
In What Shall We Do With Our Brain? (2004), French philosopher Catherine
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The Hartel Dance Group and I have been invited to perform at The Brincos International Dance Festival in Guatemala next month. We launched a kickstarter to help get us there, please check it out!
Added by Aaron Wesley Robinson on August 13, 2013 at 12:40pm — No Comments
Great documentation about the meeting that gathered
See documentation here: