MUTOR Lecture Series – Dance, interaction, and virtuality in contemporary performance

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk


The integration of multimedia technology in dance since the early twentieth century has engendered and amplified concerns related to bodily abstraction and representation, as well as knowledge transmission. From large-scale motion capture projects with renowned choreographers, to the current swell of dance for camera and live-stream performance, this talk probes the entanglement of ethics, aesthetics, and politics in the shifting landscape of dance and technology.

This talk was presented as part of an online lecture series on the History and Practice of Multimedia, hosted by the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU), and is part of the Music Technology Online Repository (MUTOR).
Period9 Jun 2021
Held atHochschule für Musik und Theater (HfMT) Hamburg, Germany, Hamburg