Monthly Archives: December 2012

Cultural meltdown or Conquering fear?

An artist friend said recently, quite out of the blue, ‘There’s a lot of terror around’. I know terror from working closely with climate change data. I know from other climate change researchers that they feel it too. It seems … Continue reading

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Jochen Roller asks ‘What if…?’

Visiting scholar and choreographer Jochen Roller explores ways to reconstruct dance with motion capture technology. He asks ‘What if just some body parts are traced?’ Jochen is in Australia from Berlin to research ways to reconstruct a dance by Gertrud … Continue reading

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Living things as raw material for Making Sense of Data

From: Australian Network for Art and Technology the ANAT Digest :: 20 December 2012 ———————————————————— ** ANAT News ———————————————————— Echology: Making Sense of Data :: Winning Artists Announced ANAT and Carbon Arts are pleased to announce the winners of the … Continue reading

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Choreography inspired by Bodenwieser

The Knell is a dance choreographed by Barbara Cuckson who was a student of Gertrud Bodenwieser. The dance was performed this month at Barbara’s studio, the Rozelle School of Visual Arts. Dancers (L-R): Lisa Roberts, Kathryn Reynolds, Margaret Cuckson Pianist: … Continue reading

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Motion Capture of primal gestures

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Reconstructing choreography

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Choreographer Jochen Roller experiments with Motion Capture technology at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Today I worked in the UTS Motion Capture studio with Jason Benedek. Jason’s official title is Production Manager of Postgraduate Design and ‘Primal’ is the … Continue reading

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