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Digital Cultures Lab

Happenings: December 1 -December 4, 2005

showcases of innovative work at the crossroads of dance, movement, media, pervasive computing and other technologies.

 

Public Performance Schedule:

Bamileke mask from Cameroon. .. Helenna Ren, "tedr" design

Thursday, 1st December Opening Night

Powerhouse, Victoria Studios, NTU Campus in City Centre, 8:30 pm - 1am

bodydataspace (Ghislaine Boddington/Armand Terruli)

Machinima (Ricard Gras)

DJ Tipuk & Venya Krutikov

Ballettikka Internettikka (Igor Stromajer)

Pizzurno Revisited (Margarita Bali)

Image-controlled sound nanospheres (DS-X.org)

(featured as part of a UK/Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen exchange of artist groups)

tedr: telematic performance between Nottingham, Sydney and Phoenix

 

Palazhy Miranda .Troika R.

 

Friday 2nd December, 8pm, Sandfield Centre

Jayachandran Palazhy with Kunihiko Matsuo (India/Japan): Purushartha

Troika Ranch (USA/UK): 16 (R)evolutions

Miranda Rights (UK): Dying on my Feet

Additional Videodance Programme, curated by Nuria Font (Spain)

Tickets: 8 (full) 6 (concessions) Box Office: 0115 848 2282

 

R. Hyman Brown/R. ThomsenI.Santana

Saturday 3rd December, 8pm, Sandfield Centre

Ran Hyman (Canada): One/Afotek

Carol Brown Dances & Escape Design (UK/DK): Sea, Unsee

Marlon Barrios Solano (USA/VEN): Game of Life

Motion at the Edge, Film programme curated by Anna Douglas (UK)

Additional Videodance Programme, curated by Zeng Xin (China)

Tickets: 8 (full) 6 (concessions) Box Office: 0115 848 2282

 

The Sandfield Centre is located on Sandfield Road, off Derby Road, Nottingham NG7 1QN, part of larger cultural center complex, a small street leading to its main gate.

For box office information, registration and performance details call:

Digital Cultures Lab: Johannes Birringer Live Art/Digital Research NTU, Victoria Studios, Shakespeare St, Nottingham NG1 4BQ: +44 (0) 115 848 2282

johannes.birringer@ntu.ac.uk

 

 

Digital Cultures is supported by private-public partnerships and donations.