[dance-tech] Antipodean media and performance

  • From: "Birringer, Johannes" <johannes.birringer@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <dance-tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 08:37:01 -0000

hallo Russell:

thanks for this information, very perplexing and intriguing - what you 

Many of us had a chance to see Transmute's last work which was shown in Europe, 
(Glasgow, ars electronica, and most recently at the ICA in London).  
Tell us more about the the large scale dance and media from Bonemap,  as i had 
difficulties locating Bonemap on the internet, a short while ago, but I think 
now they have a site (http://www.bonemap.com/).   Is there an archive of the 
2005 symposium? 

Johannes Birringer

A quick note to let you know we are developing an annual Media and
Performance Week in tropical northern Australia. We have some great
venues including huge converted WWII concrete tanks built during the
Pacific War, black box studio spaces, intelligent galleries and
incredible world heritage listed Great Barrier Reef and low land
rainforest. The inaugural event in July 2005 presented a range of new
media performances and installations along with a symposium. This year
we are planning to present a networked embodied media project by the
Transmute Collective, a dance on screen program, large scale dance and
media from Bonemap and a range of other associated performances and

Russell Milledge - Deputy Director
KickArts, Centre of Contemporary Arts
CoCA 96 Abbott Street Cairns 4870
PO Box 6090 Cairns Queensland 4870
Telephone: +61 07 4050 9494
Facsimile: +61 07 4050 9499

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