Trailblazing Conceptual Walks Organization Announces Third Season Two years ago, Elastic City was just an innovative idea. Poet and performance artist Todd Shalom, then 33, returned to New York from living abroad and wanted to continue to have the feeling of…
Have you ever wondered how a ballerina learns to pirouette? Or how musicians learn their art? Or even what happens to your own brain when you learn a new skill? Join neuroscientists, musicians and dancers as together we explore how fantastically changeable your brain is, giving you the extraordinary ability to adapt and learn throughout your life. Hear amazing stories of performers who excel against all odds; learn a new skill and test…
Autonomous art space meets science lab meets open mic night. Tuesday 13 Dec STEIM will be hosting an open evening for local artists working on the fringes of their disciplines to come perform their latest works and works in progress in front of a live audience in Amsterdam. Artists of all disciplines (music, theater, audiovisual, sound art, etc..) are invited to sign up!
Nov.plesfestival reflects the fact of continuos activity of Per.Art organisation in development of contemporary performing arts scene in Novi Sad and decentralization of culture in Serbia, in the times of…
No Fixed Points in Space: Transferring Form, Time, and Narrative between Architecture and Performance
Date: January 26, 2010 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm EST
Location: Columbia University
Miller Theatre: 2960 Broadway at 116th Street
Contact: For further information regarding this event, please contact School of the Arts by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Moderated and curated by architect Annie K. Kwon, No Fixed Points in… Continue
Boston, MA — Dance and technology take center stage with “Loops,” an exhibition and performance inspired by Merce Cunningham’s solo dance “Loops.” The exhibition takes place April 24-May 10 at the MIT Museum, 265 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, and the performance, presented by Critical Moves, takes place on the evening of April 24.
The story of “Loops” began in 2001 when artists Paul Kaiser, Shelly Eshkar and Marc Downie created a digital artwork by motion-capturing Merce… Continue
I interviewed Michelle Ellsworth before the premiere of her work http://www.tifprabap.org/ at Dance Theater Workshop in NYC.
She talked about her journey as dance soloist making connection between technology, religions and humanness.
In this episode I am experimenting with hyperlinking het video material/documentation to augment her words. I am using Viddler that allows you to create links and comment and more as dots in the timeline. So, hover over the dot… Continue
Find more videos like this on dance-tech.net i intervied dance/visual artist Jillian Peña. She creates video vignettes/tableaux as hybrid performances mixing hope and cinicism, spiritulaity and UFOs as a way of dealing with the concept of dance.
Interviewed at Dance Theater Workshop, NYC
Video-based artist Jillian Peña's newest work, MOTHERSHIP, is a virtual… Continue
The Performance Mix festival organized Mobile Clubbing. It was an spontaneous gathering for dance. The rules are show up at the designated place and time, turn on your personal stereo and dance. Mobile clubbing is a matter of identity: you can dance the way you want, and listen to the music you choose.… Continue
Find more videos like this on dance-tech.net Great compilation of excerpts of performances from the festival with a broad variety of performers, dancers and choreographers. From 1991 to 2006.
It is an important documentation of the Downtown New York City scene of the last 15 years.
There excepts of performances of Jenifer Monson,Ishmael, Houston-Jones, Kelly Garfield, RoseAnne Spradlin,… Continue
Find more videos like this on dance-tech.net Interview with Karen Bernard director of new dance alliance and producer of the Performance Mix Festival in NYC
She also shred with us a video with excerpts of performances in the festival from 1992.
There are performances of many NY downtown now well known dance, performance artist and… Continue
A CROSS-SECTED VIEW OF 16 PEOPLE, 16 ROOMS, 16 PRIVATE LIVES, SILENT ROOM IS AN X-RAY VISION OF 16 INTERIORS. IN THIS FILM-POEM, THE ROOM IS FELT FROM THE INSIDE. AN INTERIOR STEEPED IN DISCONTINUITY, WHERE UNUSUAL AND POETIC COMMUNICATIONS UNFOLD WORDLESSLY, THROUGH A CONTAMINATION OF THE SENSES. RATHER THAN A STORY LINE, THERE IS A SET OF TABLEAUX VIVANTS, EACH CRAFTED AROUND A FIXED IDEA, AN IMPULSE, A VOID, A HUNGER FOR AN IDEAL. SILENT ROOM IS A CINEMA OF LIGHT AND… Continue
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