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
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Hello network, in my opinion this is an extremely important news due to its implications on traditional notions of documentation, authorship and copyright for choreography and new media. I think it is also an important opportunity for projects and work with this material. Please read an comment.! what do you think? I created a group for dance-tech (artist, technologies, theorists...etc) interested in…
BRAINWAVE: Common Senses responds to current advancements in neurological research by visualizing and investigating the brain’s capacity for sense perception, memory, emotion and logic. The artists in this exhibition redefine this research in a different way, abandoning literal… Continue
Wallpaper designer Linda Florence created a patterned dance floor of sieved icing sugar at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, which served as a stage for a performance by ballroom dancers.
As they moved, the dancers’ feet created new patterns in the sugar, which had been dusted over the floor using stencils. Reblogged from de…Continue
February 16, 2008 1:00 PM - 6:30 PM
540 W. 21st St.
Eyebeam and the UK’s MediaShed a free-media community center in Southend by the Sea, have been working closely on the development of Gearbox, an open-source, online media-making toolkit. On February 2, Eyebeam's Student Residents, Senior Fellows and staff will travel to Southend by the Sea for six days o meet, share practices, and develop collaborative projects using Gearbox.… Continue
This project addresses cultural memory as endangered by the computer age — an age that perhaps offers a solution. We take as our representative artifacts the two works entitled Loops: (1) Merce Cunningham’s dance solo for his hands and (2) the digital artwork we derived from that dance.
Though Loops the dance and Loops the artwork take completely different physical forms (human body, digital computer), they provoke similar challenges to… Continue
Dance/USA Winter Forum - Day 2
This weekend, Kristin Sloan from The Winger, Chris Elam, and myself (Jaki Levy) led a workshop at the annual Dance / USA winter forum in Los Angeles on Recording, Producing, and Sharing Online Video. The workshop was well attended by the dance company executive / managing directors, development and outreach staff, and the attendees had some good questions. One particular participant asked if there was a way to track who is viewing your video, and what age are… Continue
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