dance-tech.net presents: A Morphing Wasteland, an interview with Maya Ciarrocchi

Dance-tech.net and VJ-U interviewed intermedia artist Marya Ciarrocchi at Dance Theater Workshop in NYC.
She is a New York City based video designer and installation artist. She has created video and projection design for such choreographers as Wally Cardona, Morph: Live Remix, Grisha Coleman, echo :: system, Merce Cunningham, Event, Bebe Miller, Landing/Place, for which she won a 2006 Bessie Award, Donna Uchizono, Approaching Green, and for such theater productions as On The Way to Timbuktu (Ensemble Studio Theater), written by Petronia Paley and directed by Talvin Wilks , Elvis People (New World Stages) written by Doug Grissom and directed by Henry Wishcamper, and Relativity (Ensemble Studio Theater), written by Cassandra Medley and directed by Talvin Wilks. Additionally, she was a projection artist on Wendell K. Harrington's design team for the Illuminating Bolcom Festival (Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis). Her video installations have been exhibited at the Hammer Museum, Chashama, Dance Theater Workshop, and the Westbeth Gallery. Upcoming projects include projection design for Ripetime (Antigone) and a new collaboration with Bebe Miller (Necessary Beauty, The Wexner Center). She is a frequent speaker at conferences on the subject of new technological developments in the performing arts and has conducted both technical and theoretical lectures on this subject. Ciarrocchi holds a BFA in Dance from SUNY Purchase and an MFA in Computer Art from the School of Visual Arts and is an assistant professor in the MFA New Media and Performance Program at Long Island University.
Thanks to:
Dance Theater Workshop
Eyebeam
Harvestworks
http://www.mayaciarrocchi.com/

her page in the network:
http://www.dance-tech.net/profile/MayaCiarrocchi

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Comment by marlon barrios solano on February 4, 2008 at 1:19am
Hey Robbie,
how are you teacher!
yes,
I am working on the interview with Robert Wechsler from Palindrome (Germany) and I will interview The director of Chunky Move here in NYC.
Please send to friends...
I love to hear from you... and so more of your work in the network
be well,
marlon
Comment by Robbie Shaw on February 4, 2008 at 12:07am
Really informative piece here. This format works really well as a thorough presentation of Maya's work, getting to hear and see the dialectic of her thoughts, process and the work. Thank you so much for contributing! More, more.
Comment by Jaki Levy on December 30, 2007 at 7:56pm
awesome stuff! thanks for putting this together - i really dig maya's work and was glad to hear her talk about her own work.
Comment by Ashley A. Friend on December 29, 2007 at 4:06pm
Great interview. Maya's thoughts on video-dance I hope are shared, the honest potential of the seemingly narrow field of video can be redefined as artists of movement in space and time continue to enter the electronic world.

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