Digital Arts and New Media: MFA: Collaboration, Innovation, Social Impact

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Performative Technologies

Research in Performative Technologies explores new methods for combining media and technology to create the visual, aural and connective material of performance.

DANM performance research generates new public and performative spaces where digital media, communication networks, and interactive systems may be fused with lighting, movement, stage and sound design to create real-time shared multimedia experiences for audiences and performers at both local and remote locations.

Ongoing projects in this area may include work in telematics, performance-driven real-time graphics, algorithmic composition of sound and image, computer vision and motion capture, and studies of ritual, performativity, embodiment, interactivity, and subjectivity.

2016-17 Project: Monuments and Entropy (in collaboration with Mechatronics)