In approaching our final project, I found myself with what seemed like a straightforward idea for interactive performance wherein folks with flashlights could shine their lights towards a sheet with a projection of a night sky and make stars appear. This idea came from a lab during humane tech week with Norah Zuñiga Shaw’s Interdisciplinary …
Here are some shots of projects I’ve been working on using Max MSP Jitter in Matt Lewis’ Performance Installation Technology this semester. 3d animation! interactive sound and video! let it run! mixing video (spaghetti patch)
October 2017 Time lapse of an hour+ in mini world. Collaborative, evolving score November 2017 On a play day. Getting into the body of fort building: laugh bellies and moving as landforms with geologic time.
Last Monday I had the brilliant container of a Sandbox in Multidisciplinary Arts class. Each of us have had the opportunity to bring a creative knot or question to the group through participatory activities, conversations and workshopping as an open ended entry way into our individual projects. Throughout the semester I have been considering possibilities …
an interstitial home for the unknown or less seen or too seen parts of ourselves
“There’s the shame of looking
And the shame of being looked at;
The shame of feeling pride
And the shame of feeling shame.
Poor dance that would call itself art.”
words/excerpts pulled from rehearsal notes with katherine. now we are making a dance?! Katherine and I had our third rehearsal imagines there’s something interested and choosing The contact was to move between our body sequentially mutual // 3 lists neck to Katherine’s elbow/Claire and backs connect/Claire’s elbow ankle/connect (c to K) head to Katherine’s thigh/neck to neck/Katherine’sClaire’s/knee …