“Transmission: A Telepresence Interface for Neural and Kinetic Interaction” has been presented at Siggraph this year and published in Leonardo journal by Oliver Gingrich, Alain Renaud, Eugenia Emets and Zhidong Xiao (Special Siggraph Issue).
ANALEMA GROUP is happy to announce new Kima performance featuring violin improvisation by Satoko Fukuda.
This year we are invited to be part of International Youth Arts Festival in Kingston with our cymatic live sound visualisation performance. Following successful Arts Council funding we take Kima to the next level this year with a series of installations and performances, including the one you are invited to.
Join us for an evening of performances at the ACT Mainhouse on Wednesday the 23rd of July at 20:30 and prepare to enter “Kawaakari”, an audio visual spectacular like no other. Digital and performance art go hand-in-hand for one night only, in this unique exploration of light and dark.
The event features a number of unusual and extraordinary acts by Analema Group, Kimatica and Conte Lumiere, performing under the same roof for the first time ever.
All this plus an after-show Q&A make Kawaakari an unmissable event for any 16+ theatregoers, digital artists, techies, dancers, performers, visual artists or anyone else on the lookout for something bold, brilliant and brand-new. Don’t miss Kawaakari – the audio visual spectacular like no other.
Performance: Satoko Fukuda
Costume: Kumiko Tani
Tickets £8. Book yours soon as there are only limited number available. Call 079 60 84 1919 or email email@example.com
Arthur Cotterell Theatre
Kingston Hall Road
Kingston Upon Thames
ANALEMA GROUP will be exhibiting KIMA at the Festival of Learning at Bournemouth University 9-12 June.
Experience the intrinsic relationship between vision and sound with this interactive art piece. There are two installations; the first immerses you in a purely sonic experience while the other allows you to modify and interact with real time representations of sound. This telepresence setup allows for new experiences of presence, of interaction and of the realm of the audio visual.
The documentation of the performance featuring Dane Hurst (Choreography, dance performance), Satoko Fukuda (Composition, violin, improvisation), Georg Meyer Wiel (Costume Designer), Carolyn Hagley (Costume Maker) by Analema Group
Analema Group is part of the Art & Technology Futures at Watermans Arts Centre at Kew 18/19 January
Kima will be performed by Dane Hurst (movement) and Satoko Fukuda (Violin) in the evening of the 18th January, at 19.00. Free event!
‘Khaos’ live performance
Saturday, 11th of February, 13 pm
@ Kinetica 2012 / MAMAs 2012
followed by the artists’ talk
The project is an interactive visual and sound performance, in which a performer dissolves movement into light created by 3D visualization of fractal manipulation. ‘Khaos’ is investigation into the relationship between breathing, sound, movement and energy based practice and its reflection in a live artistic stage experience. It is aimed to explore the notion of space as field full of potentiality that can reveal itself through succession of movements in a dance.
The piece deals with hidden laws of fractal mathematics, complex algorithms and its reflection in human existence being part many processes in Nature. Using approach of intuitive dance, the performer moves within a geometric pattern created through movement, expanding and unfolding the fractal complexity through motion by altering the mathematical equation on the fly.
The performances that will take place during Kinetica Art Fair at Ambika P3 Marylebone (Westminster University) are part of annual competition commissioned by the Musion Academy (MAMAs). ‘Khaos’ project will be presented as first step of a project in collaboration between Eugenia Emets (artist), Mohammad Taha (3D animation / design), Eurico Moita (programmer), Patricia Afari (sound artist / programmer) to be further developed into a more complex setting. Later in the year Analema Group would aim to create a multi-layered performance, where the audience won’t see the changing variables of the equation, but will observe the infinite growth and depth of multi-world of dependent origination.
Special thanks to:
Humus – for letting us use the open source code
Anastasia Koro – for creating the costume (Anastasia Koro on FB)
Mattia Santachiara – for helping to develop initial keyboard controls for fractal manipulation
More info: http://www.kinetica-artfair.com/
Address for attending:
35 Marylebone Road
London, NW1 5LS
Tickets available at: http://www.kinetica-artfair.com/?visitors/tickets.html
Analema Group http://analemagroup.wordpress.com/
Eugenia Emets http://eugeniaemets.blogspot.com/
Mohammad Taha http://www.SirAlien-indea.com/
Patricia Afari http://nukarm.co.uk/