Choreographic Objects

Synchronous Objects. Creative Directors: William Forsythe, Maria Palazzi, Norah Zuniga-Shaw.  Produced by: Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design and Department of Dance, The Ohio State University and the Forsythe Company. April 2009


Improvisation Technologies: A Tool for the Analytical Eye. William Forsythe. (CD-Rom with booklet) Editor: ZKM, Karlsruhe. Publisher: Hatje Cantz. New issue publication date: April 2011 (Entry on Media Art Net).


Creative Process Score (in development). Wayne McGregor. R-Research. Wayne McGregor|Random Dance & Coventry University.


Capturing Intention: documentation, analysis and notation research based on the work of Emio Greco | PC. Amsterdam: Emio Greco | PC and Amsterdam School of the Arts. October 2007. (Available here).


Material for the Spine: a movement study. Steve Paxton. (DVD-Rom) Produced by Contredanse, Brussels.


Siobhan Davies Replay. The Siobhan Davies Archive project began in January 2007, with the aim of bringing together all of the materials and documentation associated with Davies’ choreographies into a single collection.


NAGARIKA is an Integrated Information System on Indian Physical Expressions through technology. Produced by the Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts — Research Department.


Movement Projects

Moving sculpture from the recorded motion data of a live performer. We Are Chopchop.


Forms’, a multiscreen digital artwork commissioned by the National Media Museum for the exhibition In the Blink of an Eye: Media and Movement, which is part of the Cultural Olympiad programme.  Quayola (aka ‘dQ’) and Memo Akten with Nexus Interactive Arts.


Movement Research

Learning to Synthesize Motion Styles.  Lorenzo Torresani, Peggy Hackney, Christoph Bregler. Stanford University.


GreenDot is a research project that investigates motion capture, pattern recognition, and “Intrinsic Biometrics” techniques to detect and analyze human movement signatures in video. NYU.