[dance-tech] Re: Digital Futures in Dance

  • From: Johannes Birringer <Johannes.Birringer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "dance-tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <dance-tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2011 20:04:44 +0100

dear all

....   The Full Program is now out.............


National Conference
Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth (UK)
8-10 September, 2011

Digital Futures in Dance is an opportunity for artists, promoters, producers, 
venues, academics and creative and digital companies to come together to 
discuss future possibilities for dance and technology. With an increasing 
growth in interdisciplinary practice, Digital Futures in Dance investigates how 
new digital technologies create new conditions for choreographing and 
presenting dance. The conference is structured around three interrelated themes 
explored through presentations, workshops, performances and installations:

The Expanded Stage: Stage, screen and bodies – What will be the stages for 
dance in the future?

New Body Intelligence: Body data as raw material – How will new intelligence of 
the body influence choreography in the future?

Social Interaction: Mobile and interactive technology devices – How will 
increased interactivity influence the creation and reception of dance in the 

New Media New Performance
Interactive technology has quietly become part of our daily life – from 
watching TV online to using GPS navigation on one’s mobile phone, and it is no 
different in the arena of performing arts. Artists at this year’s Digital 
Futures in Dance Conference will show us just how the latest software and 
technology has transformed the way they express themselves. Artistic 
applications of digital technology fundamentally require an understanding of 
technological capabilities. So the big question is; does it really make any 
difference to the actual creation of performing art?


See the full programme here.

Digital Futures in Dance is devised and organised by South East Dance, Dance 
South West - Pavilion Dance, Dance Digital and Bournemouth University - School 
of Media. It is funded by Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts


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