[-empyre-] Re: body as code net worked performance (cis)

oops... i went looking as well, and it's something they performed a year ago (was reading too fast for my own good)
http://www.sbdanceworks.org/SBDseason.htm (scroll down to the bottom for info...)
for more info on the opera itself

best, drew

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Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 16:35:27 +0000
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Thanks Drew,  yes I know of Yacov, and have met  him many time in the dance
and technology international events,   he shares similar interest in the
expansion of the  body  into mediated virtual and physical spaces for
performance,    I was interested to find more info on the opera  but didn't
at thier site,  perhaps you can let us know how to experience  the online
opera  what is the link..

best wishes


 From: drew davidson <drew@waxebb.com>
 Reply-To: soft_skinned_space <empyre@lists.cofa.unsw.edu.au>
 Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 05:44:43 -0400
 To: empyre@lists.cofa.unsw.edu.au
 Subject: [-empyre-] Re: body as code net worked performance

this discussion reminds me of the work of the sharir+bustamante danceworks (based in austin, tx) http://www.sbdanceworks.org/ they've been incorporating technology into their work for years, looking at how it can enhance/occlude the body... they are also going to perform one of the premier internet operas honoria in ciberspazio.. all relevant work to the discussion here it seems...

> best, drew


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