Digital Playground for choreographers this September at The Place, London

Soon approaching, over the weekend Fri 11 – Sun 13 September, is our first Digital Lab at The Place as part of the Choreodrome artist development programme.

Choreographers will be 3D scanned and printed, hear talks from BBC Sherlock Network app writer David Varelawho is now travelling back by boat from Montevideo to Buenas Aires, then a plane to São Paulo where he has been part of a traveling transmedia conference: Mediamorfosis.

Ju Row Farr from interactive performance company, Blast Theory will talk about engaging audiences with their interactive cinema piece My One Demand at Toronto film Festival, and the BIMA nominated digital life coach app Karen.

Friday and Saturday will feature a hands on experience of making motion controlled audio circuits alongsideDirty Electronics’ John Richards who has been busy this season performing at the Supersonic Festival, Sonar Festival, Barcelona, Incubate, Netherlands and is lead speaker at the forthcoming, Ableton Loop conference in Berlin.

Newly announced Wired/The Space Creative Fellow, Annette Mees of Coney leads our Sunday daytime session on multiplatform audience engagement.

With digital technology now integrated into our everyday lives, this weekend aims to present exciting new ideas on how we can experience and understand technology with a group of performance artists who are exploring the new creative landscape.

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