presentation, workshop

BADco. at ICKamsterdam and CineDans – Dance on Screen Festival in Amsterdam

time: 02.12.2011. - 04.12.2011.
place: Amsterdam, Netherlands
BADco.’s Nikolina Pristaš, Ana Kreitmeyer and Ivana Ivković will hold a three day workshop and participate in a three day creative lab using Whatever Dance Toolbox within the program of BEYOND India program for young dance makers 2nd to 4th December in ICKamsterdam, Netherlands.

At the same time the company will present Responsibility for Things Seen: Tales in Negative Space, the site-specific installation and intervention created for the Croatian exhibition at the 54th Venice Biennale in the context of CineDans – Dance on Screen Festival on 3th December, 10:30 at Debalie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Whatever Dance Toolbox is a set of software tools designed for the analysis and development of dance and movement. Six tools included in the suite can help dancers and choreographers devise, develop and rehearse dance, but can also be used in dance education or by non-dancers to explore movement. The suite is a product of a long-standing collaboration between BADco. and German human-machine interface developer and artist Daniel Turing, and it reflects some of the mutual concerns with the dancer-computer interaction and choreographic thinking.

Read here more about the Responsibility for Things Seen: Tales in Negative Space

(Source: BADco.)

(D.H., 30.11.2011)