Tag Archives: immersive
14
May

#IdentityMashup

Participants in the #IdentityMashup lab created (dis)embodied stories based on Jung’s shadow archetype, and explored identity through a mashup of avatar roleplaying, livestreaming and performance in a mixed reality environment. Short stories based on shadow work were told through an avatar whose face was mapped to a live video stream of the participants’ actual faces, creating […]

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23
Sep

This Spartan Life LIVE at PICNIC

This Spartan Life LIVE at PICNIC 2009 This Spartan Life, a talk show inside the game space Halo, was invited to be part of the PICNIC Festival 2009 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. We interviewed video game expert Dr. Gerri Sinclair, with an appearance by Peter Molyneux, creative director of Microsoft Game Studios Europe. It’s a mixed […]

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15
Dec

3×3 / 30×30

3×3 / 30×30 was a mixed reality performance that incorporated live dance and video in Rome and the virtual world Second Life. It was performed as part of the Romaeuropa Festival 2007. Choreographer Paul André Fortier performed his piece 30×30 in which he danced a 30-minute solo everyday, at the same time, for 30 days, […]

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15
Dec

ISIM performance with Ione & Pauline Oliveros

ISIM performance with Ione & Pauline Oliveros This performance was a mixed-reality improvisation between performers in the virtual world of Second Life and performers in Real Life at the International Society of Improvised Music (ISIM). ISIM is an interdisciplinary conference that brings together performers, educators, researchers, students and community members from across the world, in an effort […]

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19
Aug

Kidz Connect

Kidz Connect is a virtual cultural exchange program that connects youth in different countries through creative collaboration and theatrical performance in virtual worlds. The pilot project between students in New York and Amsterdam was held in summer 2006, through collaborations with Imagine IC, Polytechnic University and Waag Society. Students in New York, New York, connected […]

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