3 October, 2:00 pm
Performance | Technology, Society, Dance
Created by choreographer Alexander Whitley, the Digital Body project is a platform for the creation of digital dance films in which artists are invited to explore the seemingly limitless ways in which motion capture technology can transform the moving body. Young disabled dancers from Oxford’s Parasol Project have created a film as part of this series inspired by conversations with scientists exploring how movement is coordinated within living beings. Their choreographies have been captured and edited together with 3D motion graphics.
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Photo: Robin Ashurst