Digital Cultures Organisers:
The Digital Cultures Lab and its Public Performances have been organized by Johannes Birringer (Live Art/Performance and Digital Research Unit) in cooperation with Future Factory at Nottingham Trent University.
The Symposium has been organized jointly, in association with Radiator Festival for New Technology Art. The research activities of the Lab have been devised in cooperation with regional partners, including essexdance and other artistic associates.
Johannes Birringer, Principal Research Fellow, 2003-2006
School of Art and Design / Live Art/Performance
The Nottingham Trent University, Victoria Studios, Nottingham NG1 4FQ England
Johannes Birringer, Professor of Performance Technologies
School of Arts, Brunel University, West London UB8 3PH England
DAP-LAB at Brunel Uniiversity Performance Technologies Research Center
Margarita Bali (Buenos Aires)
Philippe Baudelot (Monaco Dance Forum)
Johannes Birringer (Nottingham/Houston)
Mark Coniglio /Dawn Stoppiello (Troika Ranch, NewYork)
Henry Daniel (TransNet, Vancouver)
Scott deLahunta (Amsterdam)
Lali Krotoszynski (Sao Paulo)
Bojana Kunst (Ljubljana)
Armando Menicacci (Paris)
John Mitchell (Tempe, Arizona)
Yacov Sharir (Austin, Texas)
Hellen Sky (Melbourne)
Koala Yip (Hong Kong)
Yukihiko Yoshida (Tokyo)
Future Factory (Partner)
The Bonington Gallery
Nottingham Trent University
School of Art and Design
Dryden Street Nottingham NG1 4GG
Tel.: (0115) 848 6131
Radiator Festival (Partner)
14-18 Broad St.
Nottingham NG1 3AL
Tel +44(0)115 8409272
78 Broomfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1SS
Tel:01245 346036 firstname.lastname@example.org
essexdance is the regional dance development agency for Essex, based in Chelmsford, England. It acts as a focus for innovation, excellence and access for dance development in the county, region and beyond. essexdance works in professional, educational and community contexts to deliver a range of dance events.
essexdance's current key priority is the development of the innovative area of dance and emerging technologies for which it is gaining a reputation locally, regionally and nationally. Through one of the largest Regional Arts Lottery Programme awards to date, essexdance has developed an Associate Artist scheme, to support a range of artists currently developing their work with dance and technology. Additionally, essexdance is now home to ReActor motion capture, the first of its kind in Europe purchased purely for use by artists.
Dance 4 (Partner)
The National Dance Agency based at PreSet in Nottingham. Firmly established as a leading national centre of dance activity, Dance 4 commissions and produces new dance work and manages the annual Nottdance Festival and Stamping Ground workshop festival. Dance 4 offers professional training, advice and support services for dance artists, and we work with local authorities and community partners to provide an outreach participation programme across Nottinghamshire.
Nicky Molloy, Artistic Director; Rachel Emmett. General Manager
Major support for this event has been given by Arts Council England-East Midlands
Digital Cultures is supported by private-public partnerships and donations.