Generative Participatory Performance Research and Development

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In November I shared at Tate Britain a research and development piece that’s a generative participatory performance – ‘Movement Poetics.’ This work was developed with QUAD as part of digital artist training in association with Debbie Adele Cooper Artist Training Curator at QUAD and hosted by Luca M Damiani Artist and Digital Studio Coordinator Tate Britain.

The piece is composed of a ‘scalable ‘ installation using programmed sound to trigger movement via a designed floor layout.

Link to the event;

http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/talks-and-lectures/digital-artist-show-and-tell

“Sam Metz practices within performing arts. She will be sharing movement work where participants are invited to engage and create sequences through a mix of sound recording and technical apps”.

Link to a Prezi for more information:

http://prezi.com/-tdw88ei2dke/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

 

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