Synchronous Objects for One Flat Thing, reproduced

Maria Palazzi, Norah Zuniga Shaw, William Forsythe, Scott DeLahunta, The Forsythe Company (Designer), Matthew Lewis (Designer), Beth Albright (Designer), Michael Andereck (Designer), Sucheta Bhatawadekar (Designer), Hyowon Ban (Designer), Andrew Calhoun (Designer), Jane Drozd (Designer), Joshua Fry (Designer), Melissa Quintanilha (Designer), Anna Reed (Designer), Benjamin Schroeder (Designer), Lily Skove (Designer), Ashley Thorndike (Designer), Mary Twohig (Designer), Ola Ahlqvist (Designer)Peter Chan, Noel Cressie, Stephen Turk, Patrick Haggard, Alva Noe

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Synchronous Objects for One Flat Thing, reproduced is an interactive screen-based work developed by The Ohio State University’s Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design and the Department of Dance in collaboration with renowned choreographer William Forsythe. Pivoting on Forsythe’s masterwork of visual complexity, One Flat Thing, reproduced (OFTr), the Synchronous Objects project seeks to enrich cross-disciplinary investigation and creativity by revealing deep structures of choreographic thinking through a vivid collection of information objects in the form of 3D computer animation, annotation, and interactive graphics.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2009

Bibliographical note

This interactive screen-based
work was shown at the SIGGRAPH 2009 New Orleans event from 3-7 August 2009. There were a number of other contributors

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