Social Choreographies: Susan Kozel’s MEDEA Talk! Malmo, Sweden and WWW!



Susan Kozel combines dance and philosophy in the context of new media. She works with bodies, ideas and technologies. She has a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Essex, UK, and a long history of
various movement techniques (from ballet to butoh). She is an
internationally recognized and distinguished researcher. Susan has
recently started a permanent position as a Professor of New Media at
MEDEA, Malmö University.

MEDEA Talks presents: “Social Choreographies”

Friday, October 29 15:00-17:00

Place: MEDEA, Ö Varvsg. 11 A

Limited availability, sign up using the form below

Susan Kozel’s Medea talk will be about dance and social media. “Social Choreographies” is a research initiative but is also a way of looking at the urban world: seeing how we already ‘dance’ with our
technologies and how, if we feel like it, can enhance the embodied
quality of our mobile lives. She will talk about the IntuiTweet project
that uses Twitter to access and exchange movement intuition. Can a
social networking platform also be a way to enhance the performance of
every day lives? Do Social Choreographies result? She will also talk
about a few earlier projects that integrated bodies with sensing
technologies.

Moderator: Tanja Mangalanayagam, Project Manager at Skånes Dansteater

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Comment by susan kozel on November 4, 2010 at 5:32am
thx for these comments! i love seeing how ideas germinate in many places, echoing each other. at some point we will use the Dance-Tech platform for a much wider IntuiTweet improv linking many people (probably in March) and I look forward to inviting everyone
Comment by Neil Cadger on October 29, 2010 at 3:39pm
This looks fascinating. I teach in an Interdisciplinary Performance program in Canada. Would love to get you here someday. UBC Okanagan.
Comment by Judith Patterson on October 29, 2010 at 12:03pm
I am very excited about this research. Like Carlota, I wish I could be there to hear the talk.
Comment by marlon barrios solano on October 29, 2010 at 10:20am
I am testing a rebroadcast...
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Comment by Carlota Pradera on October 29, 2010 at 10:06am
Great! definitely sounds very appealing to ideas I have been working with in terms of gestures that explore "social commentaries", that is the name I gave to the undergoing movement research. Would love to be there to hear what you are going to be discussing and addressing but live too far away ;-/. Great subjects to enhance the creative process.
Sincerely,
Carlota Pradera

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