|15th – 30th July 2000 , Arizona State University
A two week research residency held at the Intelligent Stage and Dance Studio Theater, Arizona State University, Phoenix AIM, CellBytes 2000 invited two teams of European and U.S. artists to participate in a research residency, which created a series of 1 to 3 minute performances for simultaneous live and web presentation.
This was the first of a series of workshops researching ‘telematic performance work’, which refers to the use of a telecommunication network to establish links between two remote spaces at the same time and to present the activities in those two separate spaces variously as a single performance event. In the case of Cellbytes, these activities, at the same time, were presented using current software and hardware technologies to make use of the Web as a third performance ‘space’.
- Ghislaine Boddington – process direction
- Gene Cooper – performance installation
- Deirdre Egan – dance
- Scott deLaHunta – documentation
- Joseph Hyde – sound
- John D. Mitchell – process direction
- Estelle Neveux – production management
- Jayachandran Palazy – dance
- Melissa Rex – dance
- Kirsti Topham Petty – dance
- Jennifer Tsukayama – dance
- Sonia Valle – performance installation
- Christian Ziegler – digital
A co-operation between shinkansen London, Institute for Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University and Rescen, Middlesex University.