Responsive Body | Responsive Technology Workshop
How does technology, programming, music and dance work together?
From 30.06.-02.07. the workshop with the Estonian/Norwegian duo, Külla Roosna and Kenneth Flak, will deal with the integration of sound and movement, using the open-source programming language SuperCollider and movement sensors to generate sound.
The workshop is mainly focused on the connection between movement and sound. The participants will learn how to build a fully functional setup for sensor interaction, using their smartphones and laptops. The programs used are mostly open-source and free of charge. The participants need no previous dance experience.
Dance artists, musicians, programmers and interested students of the hFMA-network are welcome to participate in the workshop on the use of accelerometers as a way to create and control the soundscore of a performance.
10 - 13h Movement Class & Coding
14 - 17h Coding
10 - 13h Coding
14 - 17h Movement Class & Coding
10 - 13h Performance, Preparations
20h Performance at KUZ Kreuz
The workshop will be in English.
Deadline is Sunday, 26. June 2022. More info about the workshop here.
It all ends in the final event on Saturday, 02.07.
Location: Kulturzentrum (KUZ) Kreuz, Schlitzerstraße 81, 36039 Fulda.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m., start at 8 p.m. - free entry!
The final event will present the following works:
- Results from the workshop – small dance pieces with live-generated abstract music.
- „Inheritance“ – a new work by Christian M. Fischer, which deals artistically with the fact that each generation inevitably has to face the cultural, social, economic, and ecological heritage of the previous generation.
- Between Bone and Silence – a concert for two bodies, where the Estonian/Norwegian artist duo Roosna & Flak are creating worlds where sound and movement are inseparable. Rooted in contemporary dance, their work integrates music, visual and digital art, creating something that might be called a transdisciplinary art form. Their work invites the audience to look, to hear — allowing stories to come, to go, to morph, or simply just to be. – For now.