Are you a dancer, mover, maker, coder, musician, software developer, hacker, or plain interested in those fields and the combination of them? Then you are invited to DANCE HACK 2017!
We are looking for curious and open minded collaborators to investigate how dance and performance can affect or be affected by coded programmes. We are looking for new or existing ideas that will contribute towards a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic exploration over two days (more information below). You can use this moment to research and realise a recurring coding problem, rethink a programme design, or initiate a conversation between movement and technology.
On December 2, we are hosting a HACKATHON! There will be space for four groups to form in order to collaborate and to co-create a short piece (max 15min), which will be then showcased on December 3. Before each performance there is a short introduction about the work process and concept, and there will be space for some Q&A after.
We will form the groups from your applications. Groups will be consisting of at least 1 dancer/ choreographer, 1 musician (preferably something with code or interactive), 1 coder/ AV person. Larger groups are possible.
The theme of this year’s event is Global Weather
Location of the event:
Schipluidenlaan 12, 1062 HE Amsterdam.
Dance Hack is a global event that will take place simultaneously in San Francisco and Amsterdam. We will also be streaming data across the two locations. We will stream dancers data, video data and Berkeley University will stream weather data. This data is open for the performers to experiment with.
Please sign up by Wednesday 22 November 2017
email@example.com or complete the contact form here
Name, discipline, ideas and interests, working aims for the 2-day event, how participation in DANCE HACK will contribute to your practice, confirmation that you are available for both days, links to previous works.