motione participant Arts, media and Engineering

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research: creating collaborative art
Interactive, multimodal art
putting together a team
aesthetic coherence
supporting long term research

From the immediacy of story-telling to the expansiveness of abstraction.

dancerThe two works already developed for motione use similar technologies to investigate different artistic approaches and produce different results. One of the key differences is that 22 uses the immediacy of story-telling as a central element where as “How long” relies more on abstract movement structures. This shows that hybrid, physical-digital works can integrate many different types of art-making and can cover a wide range of issues and approaches.




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