PROJECTS

Choreographic Objects: traces and artifacts of physical intelligence

First Session Participants:


James Leach
(Principle Investigator, University of Aberdeen) knowledge production and exchange, intellectual property, creativity

Sarah Whatley
(Co-Investigator, ceMAP, Coventry University) dance studies, dance archives, movement
analysis research

Scott deLahunta
(ARTI/AHK, NL, and Wayne McGregor|Random Dance) dance documentation, notation and creation research

Tim Ingold
(University of Aberdeen) perception of environment: art, architecture and anthropology

Matt Ratto
(Critical Making Lab, University of Toronto) critical and performance theory, digitally mediated communities

 


Norah Zuniga Shaw
(Department of Dance, ACCAD, Ohio State University) co-creative director Synchronous Objects for One Flat Thing, reproduced by William Forsythe

Gill Clarke
(Independent Dance) founder member Siobhan Davies Dance Company and co-director of Independent Dance

Nick Rothwell
(CASSIEL) programmer and sound artist working on the Wayne McGregor's Autonomous Choreographic Agents

Bertha Bermudez
(Emio Greco | PC -- ICKAmsterdam) dancer and researcher on the Notation Research Project and DS/DM Installation with Emio Greco|PC NL

Ross Varney
(ceMAP, Coventry University) senior researcher on the Siobhan Davies Digital Dance Archive


Second Session Participants:


James Leach
(Principle Investigator, University of Aberdeen) knowledge production and exchange, intellectual property, creativity

Sarah Whatley
(Co-Investigator, ceMAP, Coventry University) dance studies, dance archives, movement
analysis research

Scott deLahunta
(ARTI/AHK, NL, and Wayne McGregor|Random Dance) dance documentation, notation and creation research

Matt Ratto
(Critical Making Lab, University of Toronto) critical and performance theory, digitally mediated communities

Gill Clarke
(Independent Dance) founder member Siobhan Davies Dance Company and co-director of Independent Dance

 


Ross Varney
(ceMAP, Coventry University) senior researcher on the Siobhan Davies Digital Dance Archive

Jessica Wright
(Wayne McGregor|Random Dance) dancer with Wayne McGregor|Random Dance.

(via SKYPE)
Bertha Bermudez
(Emio Greco | PC -- ICKAmsterdam) dancer and researcher on the Notation Research Project and DS/DM Installation with Emio Greco|PC NL

Norah Zuniga Shaw
(Department of Dance, ACCAD, Ohio State University) co-creative director Synchronous Objects for One Flat Thing, reproduced by William Forsythe


Third Session Participants:


James Leach
(Principle Investigator, University of Aberdeen) knowledge production and exchange, intellectual property, creativity

Sarah Whatley
(Co-Investigator, ceMAP, Coventry University) dance studies, dance archives, movement
analysis research

Scott deLahunta
(ARTI/AHK, NL, and Wayne McGregor|Random Dance) dance documentation, notation and creation research

Tim Ingold
(University of Aberdeen) perception of environment: art, architecture and anthropology

Matt Ratto
(Critical Making Lab, University of Toronto) critical and performance theory, digitally mediated communities

Norah Zuniga Shaw
(Department of Dance, ACCAD, Ohio State University) co-creative director Synchronous Objects for One Flat Thing, reproduced by William Forsythe

Gill Clarke
(Independent Dance) founder member Siobhan Davies Dance Company and co-director of Independent Dance

 


Nick Rothwell
(CASSIEL) programmer and sound artist working on the Wayne McGregor's Autonomous Choreographic Agents

Bertha Bermudez
(Emio Greco | PC -- ICKAmsterdam) dancer and researcher on the Notation Research Project and DS/DM Installation with Emio Greco|PC NL

David Bennett
(ceMAP, Coventry University) research associate on the Siobhan Davies Digital Dance Archive

Wayne McGregor
(Wayne McGregor|Random Dance) choreographer and artistic director of Wayne McGregor|Random Dance

William Forsythe
(The Forsythe Company) choreographer and artistic director of The Forsythe Company

Siobhan Davies
(Siobhan Davies Dance) choreographer and artistic director of Siobhan Davies Dance

Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten
(Emio Greco | PC -- ICKAmsterdam) choreographer and artistic directors of Emio Greco | PC -- ICKAmsterdam

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