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


Marlon Barrios Solano (creator and producer of dance-tech.net, dance-tech.tv 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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Techné: body+motion+computation

Starting September 9th 2011!

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Starting September 9th 2011!

An on-line video series on dance-techTV that presents complete seminal works of dance/movement artists engaged on the experimentation of the performance of movement interfaced with digital technologies.

The works are presented with a video interview with the artist and a compilation of on-line references about the work and the artist.

The aim of this series is to create an online LIVING archive of the evolving field of dance and technology.

Stay tuned for more!

Associate Producer
Marlon Barrios Solano

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DANCERS! online

The project DANCERS! is officially online at www.dancersproject.comvisit the site and browse among 130 2-minute solos of professional dancers all filmed in full HDWe have filmed in Brussels and Paris and are looking to come to other cities throughout the world during this five-year project. Register online for future shootings and as a potential dancer-partner-organizer-sponsor-installation presenter!Bud Blumenthaldirection@dancersproject.com
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Take a peek into the processes involved in designing and performing an interactive hybrid artwork. Part installation, part performance and part lecture, A Slice of Light explores the performance and technology collaboration between internationally acclaimed artist Hellen Sky; interactive audio design composer Garth Paine (UWS); Paul Bourke Research Associate Professor for the Western Australian Supercomputer Program (WASP) at UWA; and interactive computer designer Brandon Hur (Melbourne). The work is essentially a human computer system that was developed during the first stage of their hybrid work, The Darker Edge of Night. Listen as data from brain waves, muscle movement and breath are acoustically projected while real time camera feeds transform into virtual cartographies projected through the gallery as ever changing patterns of movement. As part of their research process, the collaborators refined movement, images and sound to explore the influence that technology has on our experience of virtual and physical space. Sky is an innovative contemporary artist whose work generates a conversation between humanity and technology. Awarded an Australia Council Fellowship in 2004, this research was supported by the Australia Council Inter Art Art Lab imitative, and with Culture Lab Art House partnership. PICA continues to support this stage of development through the sharing of research to their public. Sky poetically bridges the human and the technological. Her projects are multidisciplinary, and merge human creativity with computer productivity to pioneer a language that is better suited to transcribing the experience of the 21st Century. A Slice of Light :Saturday 8 August – 2 pm and 4 pm Sunday 9 August – 2 pm Duration: 40 minutes – no interval Venue: PICA’s Central Gallery Tickets: $8 full / $5 Art Addicts and Concession Bookings: 9228 6300 or online at pica.org.au For further information, interview opportunities with all of the participating artists and print quality images please contact: Georgia Malone, Communications Manager, PICA (08) 9228 6307 or communications@pica.org.au see www. pica.org.au About the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts Housed in a centrally located, iconic heritage building in Perth’s Cultural Centre, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) is a place where visitors can experience the work of local, Australian and international artists working in the areas of visual, performing, new media and hybrid arts.
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