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dancer Sarah Ebert says of the local dance scene.
Everything is dark except for Converse Girls White the truck sized monolith. Two female figures emerge from the shadows, their bodies athletically twisting and spinning and stomping to the electronic beat, which sounds like someone drumming on crystal stalagmites. Crisp, geometric patterns project upon the monolith, creating a digital trompe l effect, the electronic shapes dissolving into and out of the forms of the dancers, whose projected images appear to be writhing within the structure as their counterparts writhe freely outside. The piece, Crossing, could pass for a collaboration between the late modern dance master Merce Cunningham and the creators behind Tron. Crossing looks like a performance from the future. dance, digital animation and electronic music composition that offer several entry points for an audience. (For example, dance enthusiasts may come for the choreography but leave pondering the interplay of interactive animation and music.) The collective, made up of four Converse Low Tops White
created an interactive piece with the band Medium Troy by tapping into their audio feeds.
don allow ourselves to just do magic tricks, Garner says. of course, are fascinated by them, but we are always trying to question what they communicate. Garner points to some of Park visuals as an example. Park has Mens Converse Black
On May 31 and June 1, Harmonic Laboratory, accompanied by nine dancers (including New York dancer Brandin Steffenson), a string octet and local bands Medium Troy and Hamilton Beach, will present Four Corners at the Hult Center Soreng Theater. On one level, the show will be pure eye and ear candy, a festival of digital tricks and novelties layered over the organic and sensual choreography of the human body. But Four Corners, like Harmonic Laboratory itself, is not only about collaborative performance; it an exchange of ideas, or an explorative intellectual exercise that challenges our notions surrounding technology, gender, language and space.
audience is going to be viewing a new piece something they are unfamiliar with, Bellona says. do you navigate through that? with a more familiar medium the human body Four Corners pulls apart common conceptions of dance, especially within the realms of gender, space and body language. At a rehearsal, the dancers morphed between individual bodies, a swaying nucleus and fragmented cell groups of two or three dancers. are not a lot of choreographers that are doing really virtuosic, physical choreography outside of ballet, Converse Mint Green Shoes
UO professors and instructors Brad Garner (choreography), Jeremy Schropp (music composition), John Park (animation, programming) and Jon Bellona (intermedia art, audio composition) has been performing its work on campus since its inception four years ago. Now they want to bring it to the city.
instrumentation that they play will trigger animations behind them as they playing, Park explains. time they play, they going to be essentially building a part of an image and then, at the end, that image will animate and move. people see the gimmick: wow, look. They triggering this motion on the screen, Garner adds. then what the metaphor? What the human connection to it? What does it say about human life and emotion? who will be performing several audio pieces using nontraditional instruments like a digital drawing tablet, Xbox Kinect and a heart rate monitor (you can see him doing his version of the running man on stage), likes to think about the negative space between the audience thoughts and reaction and where that will push them.
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