Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava (STL) is hosting a workshop on visualization of movement in dance in Tallinn, 18-19/February 2019, as part of the EU Creative Europe cooperation project Moving Digits: Augmented Dance for Engaged Audience (https://movingdigits.eu). The project is a collaboration between institutions from Estonia, Germany, Portugal and UK. This will be a first workshop for the Moving Digits project, and the base for future activities in the project.
The workshop aims to investigate how technology can be used by dancers and choreographers as a tool for expression. Following an initial dialogue on the topic, dancers will explore the perception of their own bodies by co-creating and carrying out a set of movements. That will lead to a discussion on how dance could be enhanced by digital visuals. Although the project is technology-focused, this workshop will be mostly about embodied exploration, brainstorming and reflection, with little technology involved. Selected participating artists will be invited to collaborate in future steps of the Moving Digits project.
The Moving Digits project aims to enhance audience understanding and engagement in contemporary dance performances, and to allow to experience dance in an augmented way (even after the performance). The project also aims to empower dancers, choreographers and technicians with further tools for expression, archival and analysis.
A decision will be communicated by 22 January 2019
Support for participants:
Artist fee of 120 Euros / Day.
Travel expenses are covered up to 300 Euros.
Accommodation is covered up to 50 Euros per night, maximum of 3 nights.
The project is a partnership between Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (M-ITI, Portugal – Lead Partner), Hochschule Düsseldorf (HSD, Germany) and Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava (STL, Estonia). Tanzhaus NRW (Germany), University of Greenwich (UK) and Plux (PT) are associated partners. The project has a duration of 2 years, starting 1st October 2018. Moving Digits is co-funded by Creative Europe – Culture Sub-programme, 2018 – Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Union
We had our first Moving Digits EU project meeting in Tallinn on 17/December 2018. Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava were great hosts, and we had a very productive day. We toured the facilities, updated the other partners with news, planned the 18-19 February workshop, prepared the call for participation and its dissemination, and met with two choreographers who will assist us during the workshop.
Partners present: Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava, Hochschule Düsseldorf / Mirevi – Mixed Reality and Visualization, Madeira-ITI and University of Greenwich