Marlon barrios solano's Blog – June 2010 Archive (22)

New Media, New Modes: On "Rethinking Curating: Art after New Media" By Nathaniel Stern from Rhizome News



on Wednesday,

June 30th, 2010 at 10:00 am.…


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From KJ Holmes about her overnight event at Earthdance July 12 -17th. It is part of a wonderful festival SEEDS. MA



Hello! There is still time to register for my somatic movement workshop and performance/magic overnight event at Earthdance July 12 -17th. It is

part of a wonderful festival SEEDS.…
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SHARED MOVEMENTS : Embodied Knowledge, Social Networks and the Digitally Augmented Performance of Movement

Lecture @ CIANT, Prague, Czech Republic





Using the most advanced social software platforms and rich multimedia

internet applications, dance-tech.net provides movement and new media

artists, theorist, thinkers and technologists an on-line space for

accessing and sharing ideas, work, research and collaborative projects.



Barrios Solano introduces dance-tech.net and dance-techTV as… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on June 28, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The International Journal of Screendance, Volume Three!



The editorial board of the International Journal of Screendance is

pleased to announce an OPEN CALL for submissions for our third issue

to be published October 2011. We are inviting artists and scholars to

join us in crafting a rigorous and imaginative dialogue about the

possibilities of movement and bodies on screens.

We strongly believe

that an interesting and productive discourse on screendance will

include ideas from…
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The Aesthetics of Change: An Embodied Perspective on Collaborative Creativity

Lecture created by Marlon Barrios Solano



TELC, CZECH Republic


Transistor 10





Where do I come from?

Dance improvisation (real-time composition), real-time technology, embodied cognition, co-authorship…



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Tanzplan from Dresden offers 3 scholarships for dance-tech.net and movimiento.org members







dance-tech.net and movimiento.org are very glad to announce that

TANZPLAN DRESDEN offers three grants: course fees to the full amount for the duration of the Workshop for the International Summer Workshop

muse 010 at Palucca Schule Dresden from July 26th – August 6th, 2010 .



Each grant includes course fees to the full amount for the duration of the Workshop (all classes and workshops)

If you fulfill the following preconditions, please… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on June 23, 2010 at 12:30pm — 2 Comments

Tere O'Connor: Wrought Iron Fog/DTW Discount for dance-tech.net members!! @ New York City!

Dance Thater Workshop in New York City has re-stated their discount to dance-tech.net members!

DTW Rocks! Just go to the box office with a print out of your member page and a valid ID.

Of course you have to have the same name in the printed page that in your ID!



Take advantage of that this week with Tere O'Connor: Wrought Iron… Continue

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Tere O'Connor: Unviable Structures / Reblogged from his new blog!!



Read the whole post here



http://www.tereoconnordance.org/blog/

June 18th, 2010



For the longest time I’ve been thinking about writing a book based on my experience with choreography and my… Continue

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Mute at its Meatiest: Proud to be Flesh: A Mute Magazine Anthology of Cultural Politics after the Net (via rhizome.org)

http://rhizome.org/editorial/3576



By Charlotte Frost



on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 at 11:30 am.





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Cover of Proud to be Flesh: A Mute Magazine Anthology of Cultural Politics after the…
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Butoh film premiere at Antonin Artaud Centre , UK







After two dance and motion-design workshops held at Brunel University (West London) and Keio University (Tokyo)

in 2009, the third cross-cultural UKIYO lab held at Brunel’s Antonin

Artaud Centre ended on June 6, 2010, with the premiere of a new film

shot on location during the cross-cultural…

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PUBLICACION RSD: Territorios en Red (In Spanish)

BAJAR

AQUI en pdf






FORMAMOS PARTE DE LA RSD Y ESCRIBIMOS ESTE LIBRO

Adriana Benzaquen / Soledad Giannetti / Oswaldo Marchionda / Itala Clay /

Lucía Russo / Paula Giuria / Javier Contreras Villaseñor / Tamia

Guayasamin Granda / Noel Bonilla Chongo / Nirvana… Continue

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RELEASE OF THE BOOK ”TERPSICHORE IN ZEROES AND ONES. ESSAYS ON VIDEODANCE” Via Sylvina Sperling!!





RELEASE OF THE BOOK

”TERPSICHORE IN ZEROES AND ONES.

ESSAYS ON VIDEODANCE”…

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From Critical Correrspondence...



Happy Summer everyone! As we write today we are beginning to "migrate" all of our content… Continue

Added by marlon barrios solano on June 16, 2010 at 3:00am — No Comments

Presentation MOVS 10, Madrid

Tell me how did you die?



BATESON



Can the computers think like humans?

-That reminds me of a story!



WE FEEL FINE



Storytelling



Context/domain of interactions



Relations…





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WEIMAR NEW YORK Co-hosted by PENNY ARCADE and JOEY ARIAS, NYC





Abrons Art Center

2 Nights Only!!

June 11 and 12 at 8:00 pm



Direct link for tickets: https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/738516



Gun-toting Tea Party Patriots... the Gulf oil spill... escalation of the war in Afghanistan... It wasn't supposed to be like this, was it? As the longed for "HOPE" Obama so successfully cultivated gives way to cynicism and… Continue

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