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e-Dancing: embodied practice in the virtual research environment: 

e-Dancing: embodied practice in the virtual research environment Helen Bailey, Artistic Director Ersatz Dance Principal Lecturer in Dance University of Bedfordshire, UK

introduction: 

introduction An exploration of the use of virtual reality, stereoscopic video and the Access Grid in performance Discussion of how virtual research environments enable new forms of practice through the development of new research methods. Contribute new knowledge and understandings to the debates concerning documentation of creative process and virtual embodiment in performance.

introduction: 

introduction The Stereobodies project: a collaborative interdisciplinary research project dance and e-Science CSAGE (Collaborative Stereoscopic Access Grid Environment) Virtual Research Environment (VRE) project funded by the Joint Information Services Council (JISC) at the University of Manchester, UK.

ersatz dance & digital performance: 

ersatz dance & digital performance Professional arts and practice-led research contexts Interdisciplinary Choreography Evolving use of technology in live performance

ersatz dance & digital performance: 

ersatz dance & digital performance Save the Last Dance (2000)

ersatz dance & digital performance: 

ersatz dance & digital performance Save the Last Dance (2000)

ersatz dance & digital performance: 

ersatz dance & digital performance 24 Acts of Arson (2002)

ersatz dance & digital performance: 

ersatz dance & digital performance 24 Acts of Arson (2002)

ersatz dance & digital performance: 

ersatz dance & digital performance A Part/In Parts (2006)

ersatz dance & digital performance: 

ersatz dance & digital performance A Part/In Parts (2006)

ersatz dancing in virtual environments: 

ersatz dancing in virtual environments DIRAViS (2004) Dancing in Real and Virtual Spaces

ersatz dancing in virtual environments: 

ersatz dancing in virtual environments DIRAViS (2004) Dancing in Real and Virtual Spaces

ersatz dancing in virtual environments: 

ersatz dancing in virtual environments DIRAViS (2004) Dancing in Real and Virtual Spaces

stereobodies and the dancer’s double: 

stereobodies and the dancer’s double

stereobodies and the dancer’s double: 

stereobodies and the dancer’s double Stereobodies (2006) part of CSAGE project

e-dancing and distributed choreography: 

e-dancing and distributed choreography

e-dancing and distributed choreography: 

e-dancing and distributed choreography

e-dancing and distributed choreography: 

e-dancing and distributed choreography

e-dancing and distributed choreography: 

e-dancing and distributed choreography

e-dancing and distributed choreography: 

e-dancing and distributed choreography Hands Dance improvised performance with Yukiko Yoshido (ADaPT) at AHRC e-Science Locating Grid Technologies Symposium Bristol University Oct 2006

implications for practice-led research: 

implications for practice-led research Methodological development New compositional approaches Documentation and analysis of process Re-thinking the AG ‘physical’ environment

future research: 

future research Relocating Choreographic Process: The Impact of Collaborative Memory and Grid Technologies on Practice-led Research in Dance Funded by an AHRC-EPSRC-JISC e-Science grant Universities of Bedfordshire, Leeds, Manchester and the Open University Two-year research project Sept 2007 – Sept 2009

future research: 

Questions: What unique opportunities does the distributed Access Grid environment provide for developing new approaches to choreographic composition and process and within this context how can we find new, appropriate and meaningful methodologies for capturing and modelling practice-led research? How can choreographic knowledge and sensibility help to shape e-Science practice to make its applications more usable within the field of performance arts practice-led research as well as the broader Arts and Humanities context? future research

future research: 

future research Year 1 Themes and activities: Relocating Choreographic Practice: Explorations of the improvisational, compositional and performative challenges of the distributed AG environment for dance. Mapping, Memory and Narrative: Impact of e-Science tools on documenting the creative research process for dance. Traces and Reiterations: Re-use and mediation of documentation material in hybrid AG dance performance.

future research: 

future research Year 2 Themes and Activities: Distributed Choreographic Laboratory: Dancer-collaborators working in individual, distributed contexts Distributed Process and Performance Intensive distributed collaboration to create performance outcome  

contact details: 

contact details Helen Bailey Helen.Bailey@beds.ac.uk Stereobodies information http://www.kato.mvc.mcc.ac.uk/rss-wiki/SAGE

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