Posts Tagged ‘interaction’

The thesis doula, Gayla Lindt, asked me how I would know if I were successful in my site-based experiments. It was a really interesting question to consider since applying a real world context to the work brought in a dramatically new element. I think the answer lies in several places. First, have I interpreted and […]

This semester has been focused on the process of learning to represent and visualize movement/dance in ways that can be architecturally meaningful. Nearly all of my studies have been done without a context. I’ve decided that the last step of the process that I’d like to complete before presenting my work is to look at […]

This project is astounding! Go look at it and then come back here. Go on, go. Amazing, right? My colleague, Lindy thought this might interest me and boy was she right! Compared with my work in analyzing two dances with 2-3 dancers, the sheer scope of this project humbles me. The rigor of the analysis […]

Oh Flickr, I have no idea how to get you to link photos adequately in here. Or how to format these crazy posts once I get them here. Sigh. Anyway, these photos by VisioLuxus Photography’s Elisa Lazo de Valdez are simply stunning. The way the body is highlighted through the interaction with fabric has been […]

Loie Fuller


Joe Chvala (more on my meeting with him soon) suggested that I look at the work of Loie Fuller as I consider dance’s relationship with fabric. The colored light, the movement, the silk-it’s just beautiful. Did I mention that this was filmed in 1896? Interesting elements: the way costume becomes something more-is it scenery?, the […]