Category Archives: dance

Concilient reading

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Individual and collective behaviours

With backgrounds in engineering, biology, and philosophy, scientist Sam Laney investigates what life is like for phytoplankton cells as individuals, and how they adapt to rapidly changing conditions. He says, I did an experiment with colleagues Rob Olson and Heidi … Continue reading

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Why collaborate?

  Abstract for publication The historically recent separation between the art and science of understanding has until now been accepted as normal, just as scientists have regarded artists as illustrators and not contributors to understanding. Today as more artists collaborate … Continue reading

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Dance response

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GYIr6L81SE&list=UU1svBYjP7E06CbZCS88-kdw Dancer/choreographer Dean Walsh enters Living Data: Evolving conversations.

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Cephalopod human

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Motion captured dance

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Motion capture dance

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Only the artist can really know the inspiration for their work. For me an art response is pre-verbal and only after making something can I write or talk about how it evolved. Today I observe Jason Benedek working with Caterina … Continue reading

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Is creativity oceanic?

What is creativity and can it be be taught? As biologists and psychologists we may recognise creativity as adaptation to changing physical and emotional forces. Recognising our Indigenous ancestry may allow us to know creative processes from our thinking, being … Continue reading

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Expressionist responses to concerning changes

  Gernam Expressionist dance first inspired me at the age of 5 when I met Cecilia Waldman, a pupil of Rudolph Laban. Cecilia fled from Nazi Germany to live in Melbourne, where my grandmother became life-long companions of her and … Continue reading

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Sex in the Sea

How is climate change affecting sexual behaviours of plants and animals? I meet with Jason Benedek, Paula Havey and Caterina Mocciola in the UTS Motion Capture studio. We discuss Living Data principles and brainstorm ideas for an installation inspired by … Continue reading

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