Dani Ploeger is an artist and theorist, currently living and working in Berlin and London. Heralded in the press as the ‘Jimi Hendrix of the sphincter’, Dani’s performance installations often involve cheap readily available medical technologies and explore themes around the technologized body, sexuality and vanity.
Media tools in dance education is a production from the group Artistic Research, Theory & Innovation (ARTI), that forms part of the research group Art Practice and Development. John Taylor, Maria Ines Villasmil and Vivianne Rodrigues de Brito did research in 2010-2011. More information on www.ahk.nl/en/research-groups/art-practice/research-group-arti/researchers-2010-2011/.
Interview with Pablo Ventura (Spain/Switzerland)
Embedded_vlogger @ Algorithmic Reflections of Choreography: From Choreography to Software and Back, 1-4 April 2011, Zagreb
dancetechtv — April 19, 2010 — http://www.dance-tech.net I interviewed Italian architect, media and performance artist Sonia Cillari in Dresden, Germany. She introduces us to her research on the body as an interface and her use of electromagnetic fields to deter proximity and touch. Examples of her works are linked to this interview. Her website: http://www.soniacillari.net/ […]