North Bengal Today - Bamboo dance. Choreography & Dance. David Zambrano's TICTAC ART CENTRE. Dance & Technology. Free Style. Performance Art. How is performance art different from the performing arts? Performance 11: On Line/Trisha Brown Dance Company Performance art, as formalized by artists in New York City in the 1970’s, largely explored how the body, normally used as an instrument in canvas painting and sculpture, could be seen as a material, an instrument, and a work of art in and of itself.
Great Big Story - Performing the "Thousand-hand... Room 21 Balance Tutorial. Movement is life: Anna Halprin believes... - RTD Documentary Channel. The punk ballet “Hail the New Puritan” is now up in its glorious entirety at Ubuweb and you can watch the whole thing right now so oh my god why are you bothering to read this when you can just click on the link in the post below and go watch it?! April 6, 2013 by A D Jameson Here, right here, click right here to see this film.
It’s a punk ballet. It’s 86 minutes long. I’ve written about this magnificent film here & here. Michael Clark - Hail the New Puritan (1985-6) Michael Clark b. 1962 1985-86, 84:47 min, color, sound Exhuberant and witty, Hail the New Puritan is a simulated day-in-the-life "docufantasy" starring the British dance celebrity Michael Clark.
Tehching Hsieh, extreme performance artist: 'I give you clues to the crime' “My impression of the Venice Bienniale is that it is the Olympic Games of the arts,” says Tehching Hsieh.
“I’m in the category of marathon.” If any artist knows about endurance it is is Hsieh, a Taiwanese artist who has created some of the most extreme performance art ever made. Figure a Sea - Trailer. Svaret. This short dance film by women of color reclaims women’s bodies against street harassment. Art online Home - Color of Reality by Alexa Meade. DDR Color Festival H264. New Vidéo Thomas Bimai : Le monde change... - Thomas bimai officiel. 6 Shows That Perfectly Combine Tech and Text. The augmented reality of "Elements of Oz" from the Builders Assocation.
(Photo by Gennadi Novash, courtesy of Peak Performances at Montclair State University) The 1916 Japanese Noh Theater Experimentation of W. B. Yeats. Entering Simon Starling’s At Twilight (After W.
B. Yeats’ Noh Reincarnation) at New York’s Japan Society is like stepping into a spectral forest of the dead. Charred tree trunks hold faces aloft, these masks ranging from strange modernist forms to realistic human visages. At the center, a screen shows a man dancing to a gong and drum beat, his movements contracting and soaring out to animate the hawk wings that drape his arms. Many of the exhibition’s disembodied faces represent a person connected to the moment in 1916 when Irish poet W. At age 64, it's okay to own your expertise. We live in a culture that values being young and hip, but there’s something to be said for age and experience.
Just ask Seattle artist Mary Sheldon Scott. At the age of 64, Scott’s been working professional for more than 40 years; she started creating dances when she was 19 or 20. She’s also a painter. Six years ago, Scott received news that interrupted the trajectory of her career. Recension: Martha & Niki (Film) Martha & Niki. Dances of the Sacred & Profane. Stunning Images of Nude Ballerinas Dancing in 'Stardust' (NSFW) Focus on the beautiful movements of the body. by wesley bonner French photographer Ludovic Florent recently released this series, titled Poussiére D'étoiles, on his personal website.
The title, which translates to "Stardust," features a number of nude dancers highlighting their bodies' movements with free-falling white powder. The powder was actually flour, used as a prop to emphasize the motions made by the dancers' techniques. In some cases, the flour is thrown to symbolize wings and one dancer even creates a heart that surrounds her entire body. What Educators and Parents Should Know About Neuroplasticity, Learning and Dance. — The Dance for Athletes class at Glen Burnie High School performs a swing piece Dance.
Is it merely art? Unnamed soundsculpture. Asphyxia: A Striking Fusion of Dance and Motion Capture Technology. Asphyxia is an experimental film project by Maria Takeuchi and Frederico Phillips that explores human movement through motion capture technology.
The team used two inexpensive Xbox One Kinect sensors to capture the movements of dancer Shiho Tanaka and then rendered the data inside a near photo-realistic environment. From their description of the project: The project is an effort to explore new ways to use and/or combine technologies and different fields in an experiment without many of the common commercial limitations. The performance is centered in an eloquent choreography that stresses the desire to be expressive without bounds.Motion data was captured using inexpensive sensors and that data paved the way through an extensive number of steps. Coding and Choreography Combine in This Dynamic Dance Performance. Pathfinder from princemio on Vimeo. What do Kandinsky and breakdancing have in common?
The answer may be Pathfinder, a generative visual language that continuously stimulates creativity during real-time choreography. Using the same primitive geometric forms that lie at the heart of Kandinsky’s “Point and Line to Plane” as a starting point, the tool follows a troupe of dancers and transforms their movements into points, lines, planes and 3D models as they transform their bodies into different shapes. “The dancer imagines lines, patterns or abstract processes in order to improvise a physical interpretation of those,” explains princeMio labs, who developed the work in collaboration with onformative studio.
Dance x Multimedia Series has dancers interacting with technology. DANCE X MULTIMEDIA SERIES Various venues Three international dance groups will offer their own take on a popular art form that combines technology and multimedia in the "Dance x Multimedia Series". The Elements of Movement. Mental imagery in dance choreography. Explore the contribution of imagery to creativity, and the roles of metacognitive strategies and group dynamics in dance choreography. Modern choreography has developed a wide variety of techniques for generating novel movement sequences, and for arranging them into pieces of dance. Pilot research has shown that mental imagery and social structures are key elements in this process. Color dancer - Motion Graphics Collective.
Ole kristensen. Miyoko Shida (Miyoko SHIDA) på Myspace. Loïe Fuller and the Serpentine Dance. Choreography and computers. From pop concerts to ballet, high-tech effects are usually a secondary feature, worked into the design elements. You remember Beyonce interacting with an army of clones in her animation-enhanced performance of “Run the World (Girls)” at the 2011 Billboards Music Awards. That was a collaboration with media artist Kenzo Hakuta, a Sidwell Friends graduate who studied under video pioneer Nam June Paik. 3D Media Studio I: Soft Sculpture » 1 IDO Effort. 3D Media Studio I: Soft Sculpture » Theory of Effort.
Pussy Riot, Femen, Occupy: the new forms of protest. Proposal. Digital Dance Theatre: The Marriage of Computers, Choreography and Techno/Human Reactivity Kathryn Farley 1. Troika Ranch Web design. (Image courtesy of Troika Ranch) Abstract This paper uncovers the ways in which Troika Ranch artists, by integrating emerging digital technologies as integral components of live performance, are reshaping dance theatre practices in the twenty-first-century. 1. Composer Mark Coniglio and choreographer Dawn Stoppiello founded Troika Ranch in 1994 to create works that fuse traditional elements of dance, music and theater together with interactive digital media. Troika Ranch artists utilize digital software tools to construct the visual and aural material for their works, and to provide new means for an individual dancer to express him/herself from within the performance.
This paper chronicles my experiences as a participant in the 2002 Live-I workshop. P FOR PERCEPTION. Globe Trotting with Mitchell Rose - Cultural Weekly. From Papua New Guinea, to Taipei, Moscow to Los Angeles, and South Africa to Antartica, award winning dance filmmaker Mitchell Rose crowd sourced, in the truest sense of the words, a lovely film called Globe Trot that truly celebrates humanity through dance. Rose wanted to challenge himself in areas of interest to him, and what he took on is no small feat. The Makers Of Modern Dance In Germany - Part I - Screener - Mashpedia VideoPlayer.