overviewparticipantsresearchgallery

motione

The motione project of the Arts, Media and Engineering (AME) program at ASU, brings together choreographers Trisha Brown and Bill T. Jones; media artists Paul Kaiser, Shelley Eshkar and Marc Downie; composers Roger Reynolds and Curtis Bahn; lighting designer Robert Weirzel with AME artists and engineers for the creation of two ground breaking, interactive multimedia works, new motion analysis systems and interactive technologies. motione premieres on April 9th 2005 at ASU 's Galvin Playhouse.

 

This work was created as part of motione, a project of the Arts, Media and Engineering Program through the Herberger College of Fine Arts and the Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University. It is co-presented by ASU Public Events. It is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Science Foundation, Motion Analysis Corporation, Lincoln Center, Arizona Public Service (APS) and City of Tempe Cultural Services.

news

• Images from World Premiere now available

• View video in the gallery

• DVD of the motione project now available! Download the order form [PDF]

photos
Herberger College of Fine Arts
Fulton School of Engineering
asu public events
ASU