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Virtual Physical Bodies    
Tuesday 14 – Sunday 19 September 1999

ResCen, Middlesex University, London and The South Bank, London

This workshop and symposium focused on the development and synthesis of the virtual and physical body in dance and new technologies. A four-day practical workshop took place followed by summary discussions on the final day of this event. Small groups debated issues that had been raised and produced three summary observations and three points of action, these were then shared within the entire group. The key themes that were examined were: participating and spectating in new media arts; consciousness; telematics/presence; methodologies of making and co-authorship/multi-skilling.

Moderators: Ghislaine Boddington, Director of shinkansen and ResCen Research Associate Artist, Chris Bannerman, Head of ResCen

Workshop leaders and speakers: Ghislaine Boddington, Wayne McGregor (Random Dance Company), Huw Jones (CEA Middlesex University), Thecla Schiphorst, Yacov Sharir and Scott delaHunta.

The workshop and symposium were developed by shinkansen, ResCen and Random Dance Company





   
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