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12249587456?profile=originalLUCHA is a AI research and creation project by Brisa MP human artist. Lucha is a machine for the performing arts. The project explores the notion of body-data and the collaboration between machines and humans, displacing  of the  choreographer category to the machine and activating a peaceful audience as representation of our controlled society.

LUCHA suggest the role of matters  are not, in the present day, and will ever be in future, only means of human expression and human creation, but they may one day enter into a de-hierarchical or even superior dialogue with the human race. LUCHA 1.0 is my first exploration into artificial intelligence that was created upon the performing art s and technology piece titled HERE.

LUCHA 1.0 with the support:

Creation Grant  Generalitat of Catalonia Culture Department .

Residence at MediaLab L´Estruch Creation Factory. HANGAR. Barcelona. 2020.

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OPENING July 17th 2021 






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LAND V.0 is a project that investigates physical versus virtual space, and how time, space and presence are embodied via the internet towards the creation of a communicating relationship. A collaborative project between Lisa Parra, choreographer (USA) and Daniel Pinheiro, video/media artist (Portugal) for developing methods for artistic research using telecommunication technologies.
The project between Lisa Parra and Daniel Pinheiro started as a collaboration within the Minded Motion lab #MetaAcademy – realized during the Bates Dance Festival 2013 – organized by Marlon Barrios Solano, Rachel Boggia, Nancy Stark Smith and Josephine Dorado. An online lab dedicated to the exploration of embodiment activities and co-creation across the internet.

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Ever wonder how online instruction in higher education is going to impact dance? Might teaching composition courses online add a layer of richness on top of physical practice? Perhaps, so long as administrations don't reduce our course content to online instruction.In MOOCing?, a new composition that I am working on for UC Berkeley students, I will choreograph and set a dance remotely. Of course distance collaboration is nothing new to the arts, but under the heading of "online instruction" we will consider the future of higher education in dance.Follow our process at We will begin regular postings next month.
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PISO proyecto

12249538886?profile=originalPISO como plataforma de la improvisacion


en plancha HOY martes 24, 1:30 Inter Metro, Puerto Rico


en plancha este  jueves 26 en el lote, Cinema Paradiso en la calle Loiza, Puerto Rico

junto a los estudiantes y profesoras del Departamento de Arquitectura de la Politecnica.


como plataforma para la improvisacion:en la Trienal. 28 abril hasta agosto 2012.

Arsenal de la Puntilla, VSJ, Puerto Rico


en plancha, en un espacio performativo: DanceSpace Project, NYC, mayo 19, 2012


en plancha fuera del area metro este verano 2012, Puerto Rico.



aun esperamos por nuestra primera respuesta afirmativa a varias propuestas que hemos solicitado



esta es una manera de apoyar este proyecto AHORA.






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Thursday, January 24, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m., Room 165 Thompson Library 


Marlon Barrios Solano (creator and producer of, and more than 400 video interviews and webcasts) will share his experience on developing horizontal architectures for knowledge production, exchange and distribution afforded by the new internet and portable technologies. His projects explore social networking and internet video production and distribution, live video broadcasting, online curatorial strategies and tactics, collaborative creativity/learning and mobile augmented reality technologies. He investigates the internet as a participatory creative ecosystem and as a space for social innovation and collaborative action. He interfaces and recombines the crowd and the cloud within hybrid knowledge landscapes.

co-sponsored by the Digital Arts and Humanities Working Group, Humanities Institute and the OSU Libraries.  

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lithium.jpg.scaled1000.jpgLITHIUM FERRUM  (2011)

Experimental music, dance and technology collaboration.

The Holy Mountain, The other side of oneself, Lithium, Ferrum.

Music: Joshua Cottam

Choreography/Concept/Visesthetics: Kate Pāvula  collab. Ali Brady

University Falmouth / Dartington College of Arts / 2011

LIVE STREAMING  :  Tonight, 8.30PM and 9PM (+00:00 GTM) (United Kingdom)

LIVE CHAT  : Ongoing Tonight, 8.30PM and 9PM (+00:00 GTM) (United Kingdom)

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Syneme Announces Telearts Summer Institute II in Calgary

TeleArts: Artists Collaborating Over High Speed Networks

3 Week Summer Workshop Intensive

July 4-22, 2011

Syneme: link)
Wiki: link)
University of Calgary

Instructor: Dr. Kenneth Fields
Canada Research Chair in Telemedia Arts; Associate Professor of Music
Syneme Projects

  • Univ of Calgary Credit offered for remote participation (registration info below).

Syneme will hold a ground breaking summer workshop on telearts from July 4-22, 2011, at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada at the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The workshop explores the collaborative potential of mixed media/reality and live performance over high-speed networks using the power of 1 gigabit research networks. Real-time distance collaboration and performance will be the focus of our exploration. Syneme’s Telearts summer workshop aims to attract professional artists and musicians without year-round access to high-speed networks. Attendees will implement projects utilizing Syneme's (and those of our partner's) robust network infrastructure that carries HD video and uncompressed multichannel audio. A major focus of the course is to share ideas/methodologies in progress as related to telearts projects. The workshop will conclude with an international networked, real-time collaborative performance.

Syneme’s partners include the Banff Centre, McGill? and Concordia Montreal, IDC Emily Carr, CEMC and Peking Univ Beijing, NUS Singapore, SARC Belfast, University of Waikato NZ, Hong Kong PolyU, Videotage HK, Bournemouth UK, and Stanford and Indiana Purdue US.

Workshop Schedule:
April: Announcement
April - May: Registration
May: Project proposals
June: Remote pre-collaboration (discussion, brainstorming)
July 4th, 6th, 8th: First Week Classes
July 11, 13, 15: Second Week Classes
July 18, 20, 22: Third Week Courses
July 22nd (CA/UK) and 23rd (Beijing/HK/NZ) - Final Performance
August: Documenting and Online Summaries

The Syneme tele-performance lab includes the use of a 1Gig fiber optic research network link, Apple computers, Sony and Canon HD Cams, Lifesize Express Teleconference system, Lemur OSC controller, photographic lights, Neuman and AKG microphones, 2 Panasonic HD projectors, Blackmagic Multibridge pro video card, RME audio interfaces and state of the art performance spaces.

For initial inquiries, please contact Ellen Pearlman ( or Ken Fields (

We encourage you to register and make plans for travel and accommodation (if attending on-site) as soon as possible especially if you have to attain a visa.

First Step: Send an Email to Syneme

Please email the following information to This information is informal and just for the Syneme Summer Institute staff so we can know who you are and what you are thinking of working on.

Attending Onsite or Remotely:
Proposed Title of Project:
Brief Description of Project:
Your area of expertise:

If attending as a distance participant, please provide the name of the institution and your contact supervisor. Include a description of the studio/lab you will be working in including technical specifications for distance connectivity. Alternatively, contact us so that we may find a potential university partner in your region.

If you have further questions, please contact Ellen Pearlman ( or Ken Fields (

Second Step: Registration Information

The course number is FINA507/607 (SUMMER TERM, 2011)

FINA 507 Section B50 is taught on-campus
FINA 507 Section B51 is taught on-line and is for those not in Calgary, taking the course as an Open Studies or Visiting Student
FINA 607 Section 50 is taught on-campus and is for students in graduate level programs.

For University of Calgary undergraduate and graduate students, please register as usual for the on campus section (B50 or 50 respectively)

For visiting students who want credit for this course to transfer to their home institution, please fill out this form indicating if you are taking the course in person or by distance: link)

For all other students:

Apply through the Open Studies Application Program link)

This is where you find the Open Studies Enrollment .PDF form to download: link)

Application Form Tips:

You do need an unofficial transcript from your post secondary school or university, a non-refundable $35.00 application fee and the application/registration form.

For the FINA 507/607 course only you do NOT need: English language proficiency, high school transcripts, or a letter of permission from your home institution. If you are taking other courses as well, these may be required.

Costs are:

FINA 507: $526 (tuition), approx $125 in general fees
FINA 607: $698 (Tuition), general fees will assessed consistent with a students program
Those taking the course for audit (ungraded, no credit) pay half the tuition

You can drop-off, FAX or mail (no email please) the enrollment form to:

MLB 117
University of Calgary
2500 University Drive N.W.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4
Telephone: (403) 210-7625
Fax: (403) 289-1253

Information Sheet

Questions for International Students about visas, expenses, logistics and any other issues, please contact: Ricky Ramdhaney, Manager, International Student Programs.
Tel: 403-220-7865 Fax: 403-289-4409
Web: link)

For information about accommodation for on-site campus housing at the University of Calgary, contact: the Hotel Alma. link) . See the "Summer Housing" link on the left hand side of the page.

Do you need a visa to study/visit in Canada? Information is here: link)

We look forward to seeing you in Calgary!

Syneme: link)
Department of Music, Faculty of Fine Arts
Craigie Hall Room F217
2500 University Drive NW
Calgary AB T2N 1N4

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Dance-techTVLIVE serves the community with a collaborative online video channel.

It is managed by the same community of users.

If interested join to the dance-techTVlive co-producers group

This channel is ONLY for LIVE broadcasts and has Playlist with captured past transmissions.


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On-line video on dance-techTV



dance-techTV are several on-line video platforms where members can share, watch and interact with video content!



There are mainly three platforms:


It is the open video channel and all the content is uploaded directly by the members. Members may upload directly to the channel or embed videos uploaded in popular video sharing sites such as Vimeo, YouTube and others.

Viewers can find videos using the search box or sorting them by latest, top rated, popular and random.




This is a curated online collaborative video channel dedicated to interdisciplinary  and experimental explorations of the performance of movement. This channel allows worldwide 24/7 linear broadcasting of selected programs and streaming and Video On-demand. It has a library of more than a 100 hours of premium video content donated by the community.
All content in dance-techTV is provided by the authors as a collaboration, with educational, non commercial purposes.


This channel is ONLY for LIVE broadcasts and has a Playlist with captured past transmissions.
Dance-techTVLIVE serves the community with a collaborative online video channel.
It is managed by the same community of users.

If interested join to the dance-techTVlive co-producers group

dance-techTV and dance-techTVLIVE are powered by:





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As a new year feature we are honored to be able to stream the documentary Networked Cultures directed by Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer, 2008 (105 min.) With an emphasis in translocal exchanges and collaboration Networked Cultures provides a filmic archive of practitioners from the fields of art, architecture, theory and activism talking about their collaborative work in the light of global cultural transformation. The film features conversations with Özge Açıkkol, Azra Akšamija, Ayreen Anastas, Ricardo Basbaum, Helmut Batista, Jochen Becker, Ursula Biemann, Sylvie Blocher, Stefano Boeri, Katherine Carl, Branka Ćurčić, François Daune, Igor Dobričić, Iacopo Gallico, Erden Kosova, Olga Lopoukhova, Margarethe Makovec, Philipp Oswalt, Kyong Park, Marta Paz, Tadej Pogačar, Marjetica Potrc, Oliver Ressler, Irit Rogoff, Marco Sančanin, Güneş Savaş, Florian Schneider, Pablo de Soto, Srdjan Jovanović Weiss, Eyal Weizman and Seçil Yersel. For more information on the Networked Cultures project see: You can also watch it the dance-techTV page on page or in the dance-techTV page in Livestream
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Find more videos like this on This is video in which I ask for a reflexion on the tone of comments and opinion in each others work. Is related to commens from Matt to Johannes posts: Johannes continued the discussion in the dance-tech email list. Please watch and comment, thank you, marlon
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