Workshop: Emerging Technology for the Performing Arts
25 July 2019, 9:45 am–4:00 pm
Artists, Technologists and Engineers come together to explore the application and development of emerging technology for the performing arts
- Invitation Only
- Sold out
Robert Thompson – Institute of Communications and Connected Systems02076792175
Bloomsbury StudioRoberts Building - University College LondonLondonWC1E 7JEUnited Kingdom
The workshop will bring together a cross-section of artists, technicians, dance and theatre practitioners, and engineers. Together we will explore how new & emerging technologies can collaboratively innovate with creatives and artists to develop new dimensions for expression or technologies to be used in live performance and related art forms.
The day is being curated in order to:
- Facilitate knowledge exchange and discussion between the different groups on the day, informing everyone's practice.
- Identify opportunities for artists, technologists and academic engineers to collaborate in technology and artistic research or innovation for performance.
- Identify potential ideas and partnerships for future funding proposals.
|09:45||Arrival - Coffee and refreshments|
|10:15||Introduction to: ICCS, UCL and performance lab. Outline aims of the day. – Rob Thompson|
Introduction from attendees, / speed meeting
|11:15||Overview of the capabilities and expertise of UCL and ICCS, explaining how we see the potential applications to performing arts. – Rob Thompson & Laura Toni|
|11:30||Choreography and technology through motion capture – Max Volpini|
|11:45||Facilitated discussion & feedback – “How can emerging technology create greater engagement between the audience and the performance or artform”|
|12:30||Madison Square Garden Sphere - a venue for the future, – Hazel Marsh, MSG group|
|12:45||Lunch & Discussion (Lunch will be provided)|
|13:45||Hologauze – Demonstration of holographic projections using cutting edge hologauze material and technology. – Hugo Stanbury, Holotronica|
A personal perspective ag integrating artistic performance and technology – Alex Whitley
|14:30||Motion capture for dance, an overview of academic work into the integration of motion capture and dance – Andreas Aristidou, RISE and University of Cyprus, Cyprus|
|14:45||Facilitated discussion & feedback – "What artistic desires are there to use emerging technology to augment performance and related artforms"|
|15:30||Closing discussion, potential next steps, and potential funding|
|15:45||Coffee and discussion|
This event is invite only, if you wish to attend please email email@example.com.
An attendee list will be circulated closer to the date.
Attendees are asked to supply registration details.
This event is being organised as part of UCL Cultures new Performance Lab Programme that supports artistic/academic partnerships and develops new live performances that are centred on research.