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workshop 2


Scott deLahunta, "Moving Ideas", ballettanz 10 (2005), 20-23

Scott deLahunta, "Periodic Convergences: Dance and Computers," in: Dinkla, Ske / Leeker, Martina (eds.): Tanz und Technologie/Dance and Technology: Auf dem Weg zu medialen Inszenierungen/Moving towards Media Productions, Berlin 2003, pp. 66 -87.

Mark B.N Hansen, New Philosophy for New Media (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2004).

Brian Massumi, Parables for the Virtual: Movement, Affect, Sensation (Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 2002).

Johannes Birringer/Josephine Fenger, eds., Tanz im Kopf/Dance and Cognition (Münster: LIT Verlag, 2005).


Choreography and Cognition

Scott deLahunta

Troika Ranch

Rachel Zuanon: "Co-evolution Among Bodies: An Investigation with Brain Signals"

Steven Brown: "The Neural Basis of Human Dance"

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URL: Troika Ranch

Scott deLahunta, "Isadora 'almost out of beta': Tracing the development of a new software tool for performing artists," International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 1:1 (2005), 31-46

Johannes Birringer/Scott deLahunta, "New Performance Tools: Technologies/Interactive Systems"

Dawn Stoppiello, with Mark Coniglio, "Fleshmotor", in J. Malloy, ed., Women, Art, and Technology. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003, pp. 440-50

Lev Manovich, The Language of New Media (Cambridge, MA.: MIT Press, 200).

J. Preece, Y. Rogers, H. Sharp, Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction (Hoboken, NJ.: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002).

A. Mackenzie, Transductions: Bodies and Machines at Speed (London: Continuum, 2002).

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"Skin" / "Zephyrous" / "Jeremiah"

Sita Popat/Scott Palmer, "Creating common ground: dialogue between performance and digital technologies," International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 1:1 (2005), 47-65

Henry Daniel

Sita Popat

Marlon Barrios Solano

Sue Broadhurst: "The Jeremiah Project: Interaction, Reaction and Performance"


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