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Face Shift (2005) by Arthur Elsenaar (The Netherlands)

As an algorithmic or methodical facial dance piece, it focusses on the predominant left/right mirror symmetry of the face. Two identical algorithms each control a side of the face, but as one is slightly faster in its execution, phase shift patterns are generated.

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Choreography or ELSE

Contemporary Experiments on the Performance of Motion   Watch Performances   Choreography or ELSE, is an online series on dance-techTV featuring complete performances from international choreographers, dance artist or directors that continue to challenge traditional and contextual notions of choreography, dance and performance. They problematize the performance of movement  and the body experimenting with compositional […]

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Choreography or ELSE

Contemporary Experiments on the Performance of Motion Watch Performances  Choreography or ELSE, is an online series on dance-techTV featuring complete performances from international choreographers, dance artist or directors that continue to challenge traditional and contextual notions of choreography, dance and performance. They problematize the performance of movement  and the body experimenting with compositional and aesthetic […]

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