Dancing-drawing fields of presence in SeaUnSea

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    Dance and architecture have much in common as both are concerned with practices of space. For a dancer, the act of choreography occurs through the unfolding of spaces by means of gesture and embodied movement, whereas for an architect, space is the medium through which form emerges and habitation is constructed. For both, the first space of experience is the space of the body. This essay is a writing out of the interstices of these two disciplines as they touch and inform each other in the process and production of SeaUnSea, an interactive dance installation which premiered at Siobhan Davies Studios as part of Dance Umbrella in London, October 2006. SeaUnSea is a collaboration between the authors, choreographer Carol Brown and architect Mette Ramsgard Thomsen, working with programmer Chiron Mottram.
    TitelPerformance design
    Antal sider19
    ForlagMuseum Tusculanum
    ISBN (Trykt)978-87-635-0784-4
    StatusUdgivet - 2008


    • arkitektur
    • dans
    • begivenhedsrum
    • tegning
    • interaction
    • interface
    • intelligent programmering
    • real tids visualisering

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