Passage — a hybrid between interactive installation and performance
passage is a performance-installation project with one dancer, created by the performance production group kondition pluriel1. It is a practical research into the possibilities created by blurring the boundaries between active performers and passive spectators, and exploring varying states of intimacy and proximity, with the goal of creating an artwork that oscillates between interactive installation and performance. The project incorporates dance performance, choreography, improvisation and a constantly evolving, dynamic and responsive media environment. This media platform is generated by continuous live input from multiple users — the spectators — via a series of wireless sensors attached and distributed both on the costume of a dancer/performer, and throughout the installation environment.
Kusch, M. (2009)., Passage — a hybrid between interactive installation and performance, in R. Ascott, G. Bast, W. Fiel, M. Jahrmann & R. Schnell (eds.), New realities, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 174-177.
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