Marlon barrios solano's Blog – February 2008 Archive (46)

Radars & Fences: When the Paradigms of Discipline and Control Collide_cool!

Conference

March 6-7

New York University



Radars and fences, satellites and walls, networks and bunkers. Two

different sets of technologies confront us: the former epitomize the

selective and flexible character of what Gilles Deleuze termed the

“societies of control”; the latter embody the “old” disciplinary

paradigm based on separation, physical mass containment, and restriction

of the freedom of movement.… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 29, 2008 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Reblogged from Great Dance: Danciti and Article19 Are Off the Mark in Their YouTube Criticism

This is a very interesting post by Doug Fox and very relevant comment thread:

Danciti and Article19 are discouraging dancers and dance companies from using YouTube. And both are critical of New York City Ballet for creating a new video channel on YouTube.



I believe that both Danciti and Article19 are way off the mark. YouTube is one of the most popular websites and their traffic far exceeds sites such as Vimeo and Blip.tv, which the two publications reference.…



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Added by marlon barrios solano on February 29, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments

dance-tech.net recommends: (Rus)h presented by HERE at 3LD, NYC

Tonight, I went to see (Rus)h, presented and produced by Here. A theater/dance multimedia piece directed by Kristin Marting , text and video by James Scruggs and media effects by Hall Eagar. This intimate tale of pleasure and pain with a complex take on the "down Low" gets augmented with a brilliant and slick stage and video design. Besides a very clear integration of the technology in their creative process,… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 29, 2008 at 1:30am — No Comments

dance-tech.net recommends: Yanira Castro+ Company at DTW, NYC

Yanira Castro+Company is at Dance Theater Workshop.this weekend. I went last night and it really creates a dynamic space within the DTW theater. She transformed DTW theater in a space that reflects the instability and energy of puberty and gestation. I enjoyed a distributed way of integrating the musicians (directed Castro and Stephan Moore) within a… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 29, 2008 at 1:30am — No Comments

Playing and dancing with Gameboys@MIXER Party



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I had a lot of fun dancing to the music created by Bubblyfish with loops payed from several Gameboys. Sorry that I had to change the soundtrack! the sound levels of my camera were too high so lots of distortion. That is her music anyway...

MIXER, Eyebeam’s new series dedicated to showcasing leading… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 26, 2008 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Choreographing Media: "Silent Room" by skoltz_kolgen

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

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 26, 2008 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Fast, Cheap and out of Control_fundamental_relevant

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 24, 2008 at 9:39pm — No Comments

Humberto Maturana, Fundamental-influential

I found this short video of Humberto Maturana in english. Very relevant thinker and neuribiologist to understand… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 24, 2008 at 9:12pm — No Comments

MIXER Party@Eyebeam/drawn - an installation for hands and ink, by zachary lieberman

dance-tech.net went to Eyebeam's Mixer party. This is a short video showing visitors interacting with

drawn - an installation for hands and ink, zachary lieberman (2006)

From Zach's website:

This project presents a whimsical scenario in which painted ink forms appear to come to life, rising off the page and interacting with the very hands that drew them. Inspired by early filmic “lightning sketches,” in which stop-motion animation techniques were used to create… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 24, 2008 at 3:00pm — No Comments

BLACK ON WHITE, GRAY ASCENDING@ The New Museum



BLACK ON WHITE, GRAY ASCENDING by YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES from Rhizome on Vimeo. BLACK ON WHITE, GRAY ASCENDING is organized by Lauren Cornell, Executive Director of Rhizome and Adjunct Curator, New Museum, and Laura Hoptman, Kraus Family Senior Curator, New… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 24, 2008 at 1:46pm — No Comments

Basic Technology for Dancers@Dance NYC

2/26/2008

6PM

Dance/NYC loft

63 Greene Street #605

February 26th @ 6PM



Need basic technology skills like setting up a You Tube or Face Book site, pod or web cast on your web site, establishing your first website and other how-to tech skills will be discussed at this 101 with Dance/NYC and Doug Fox of Great Dance.…

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Added by marlon barrios solano on February 24, 2008 at 2:00am — No Comments

Influential_fundamental_La Jetee

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 23, 2008 at 1:31pm — No Comments

Summerwork@The Farm

Screendance@The Farm

August 11-16, 2008



With:

Douglas Rosenberg, Li Chiao-Ping and guest artist, Dianne Reid,

Australian video dance maker, teacher and theorist.



Screendance @The Farm is a week-long workshop and retreat in rural

Wisconsin focusing on both practice and theory. It is intended for

professional and/or advanced practitioners in the field. This is a unique

opportunity to combine research… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 23, 2008 at 1:23pm — No Comments

A History of Evil

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 22, 2008 at 2:30am — No Comments

Great Interview from WMMNA: Anthony Hall

Antony Hall's projects explore the way we interface with technology, and how our interactions with it influence us creatively and socially. Often collaborating with scientists and technologists, Hall is currently focusing his talent on the investigation of biological and physical phenomenon. Some of his recent experiments involve communication with an electric fish, the creation of life through growing crystals electrically on volcanic stone, hunting… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on February 21, 2008 at 8:20pm — No Comments

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