Boston Cyberarts 2005 Festival Event
Dance portraits, animations, and multimedia performance works
Boston Cyberarts & the MIT Museum present a selection of works by artists and engineers who have designed new technologies to see, record, and transform live movement. Surveying the recent history of dance and media, “The Body +” includes works employing film, handheld video cameras, 3D animation, and motion capture.
Included in the exhibit are excerpted works from, Hans Beenhakker (choreographer, dancer Wuppertal Dans Theater, Filmmaker), Vita Berezina-Blackburn (digital artist, animator, collaborator Bebe Miller), Trisha Brown (choreographer), Marc Downie, Paul Kaiser & Kelly Eshkar (digital artists), Troika Ranch (mixed media performance /dance company), Stelarc, Cathy Weis (choreographer, videographer and performer) and others.
April 12 - May 1, Tues - Fri 10am- 5pm, Sat-Sun 12-5pm
Admission $5, youth(age 5 - 18), students, and seniors $2, children under 5 and MIT ID holders (plus one guess) free. Free the third Sunday of each month.
This event is part of Ideas in Motion: Innovations in Dance, Movement & Technology, a 2005 Boston Cyberarts conference and event series. For more information visit Ideas in Motion
265 Massachusetts Ave, building N52-200
Cambridge, MA 02139
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