Lauren Gallagher interviews Paul Kaiser who will speak at the San Francisco Exploratorium on technology in dance:
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Lauren Gallagher, SF Examiner
Well versed in the multimedia worlds of visual art, computer animation and fimmaking, New York artist Paul Kaiser will speak this Sunday at the Exploratorium about his various artistic crossovers, including his involvement in the realm of modern dance.
And here are some other dicussion threads on a similar theme:
<a href=../../../ubb/Forum5/HTML/000127.html target=_blank>Merce Cunningham's Summerspace, Interscape & BIPED and Video Technology
Issues are also raised by this piece concerning technique and sytle as the signature of the choreographer. Style is how we recognise the work of a choreographer, but is BIPED using Cunningham's technique and style or do we recognise it as his because we know he is innovative in this area of experimentation? Will the choreographic signature become smugged in cyber dance? Will all virtual dance look the same? If this is the case then virtual dance becomes an allographic art and this obviously poses great problems for identity, authenticity and ontology.
<a href=../../../ubb/Forum5/HTML/000268.html target=_blank>Liss Fain & related 'dance/tech'
<a href=../../../ubb/Forum5/HTML/000374.html target=_blank>Company in Space Live Webcast
<a href=../../../ubb/Forum5/HTML/000496.html target=_blank>Dance Construction Company's Aurora/2001
<a href=../../../ubb/Forum5/HTML/000581.html target=_blank>Ann Marie DeAngelo - choreographer
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