The Solo dance in the video format
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
SOLO IN ACTION is a committed approach to dancing that allows dancers to stretch their imagination by pushing movement and dance beyond all limits and expectations. The movement itself is what characterizes the dancer involved in his/her research, expanding the idea of a performance that is not necessarily fenced in by a fixed choreography or by a closed or blocked choreographed project, but… Continue
Added by Gilles Jobin on October 31, 2008 at 12:25pm —
I am in Dresden for the Post Me New ID Forum, an event framed within the CY NET art_08.
Last night was the opening and awarding to artists with a mild protocol with the presence of the minister of culture, many other officials and of course many artists...
I was impressed by the beautiful and historically meaningful building where the festival is taking place:
Better than Reality is a project in which artistic use of augmented reality technology is explored. After a series of residencies that took place last summer, V2_Lab now opens up the technology to artists and developers in the form of two hands-on workshops.
Deadline for application November 13, 2008.
Last summer three artists in residence explored three central aspects of Augmented Realities (AR): While Marnix de Nijs (NL) continued his Exercise in…Continue
Added by V2_ on October 28, 2008 at 12:04pm —
Please watch these via this link to my music collaborator's page on Vimeo:
Feel free to post comments there (if you have an account) or to me directly. These 'sketches' are for a show with the twitchie robot in Cambridge MA on November 14/15, 2008. Max Lord is playing the Buchla Marimba Lumina, a mid-marimba, with a buchla synthesizer
Added by Sara June on October 28, 2008 at 11:47am —
It’s been a while, and plenty to report. Get ready for an exciting ride!
First and foremost, I am going to be attending “Post Me_New ID” in Dresden (Germany) from 31st October to 2nd November 2008, where I will have the opportunity to present our network in the QuickFire sessions.
This Monday a bunch of us got together and started to design Leonard's head. We will be making the head out of dense foam, but we started with a cardboard model connected with duct tape. (cheap and easy) Here are some pictures from our workshop meeting...
Our plan is to make a giant dome for the top of the head and a separate jaw that… Continue
Added by Jessica Rajko on October 15, 2008 at 5:46pm —
This month I have mostly been making drum machines. I started off making a counter driven sequencer but the timing was pretty sloppy even with overdrive on I could feel the sloppyness and if my laptop started doing some background processes then my MIDI timing would suffer. Not too much but enough to be a distraction.
I had a look around at a few externals out there and decide try out Eric Lyons Sample Accurate Multiple Metrone (samm~).… Continue
Added by Kenneth Harte on October 11, 2008 at 12:40pm —
Hello fellow dance-techers! This is my first official blog for the miditron wireless project I will be working on the next six months-ish. I hope to post more than once a month with small updates, images, and video – so keep an eye out for it. To start, I thought that I would give you an overview of the project and how it fits into a larger piece currently under construction. This first blog will be a bit lengthy, but I’m hoping to keep future blogs shorter with more pictures and… Continue
Added by Jessica Rajko on October 6, 2008 at 6:16pm —
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