Posts Tagged ‘video’

Are there things that could stand for improvement? Certainly. But as a single step in this semester-long process, I’m quite happy with it. It’s an especially sweet success for me after the many iterations over the weekend. It’s a proof of concept. It’s been so amazing to see everything I thought I knew foiled by […]


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 […]


Form Constant

28Apr10

This is an amazing MFA thesis project by dancer Hope Goldman. It reminds me that I’d talked about light and lighting earlier in the semester and now it’s time to bring it back as I start/try to finalize this project. (Via BoingBoing)


I nearly wept with joy when Julian Roberts spoke those words. In one simple sentence my many frustrations this semester were validated; he’s right, this IS hard and I am coming to fabric precisely from wood, concrete and cardboard. Martha McQuade suggested at my interim review on the 16th that I take a look at […]


I’m unable to embed this video of a slow motion parachute deployment, so I’ve included a still shot. But it’s so interesting; check out the link. Parachute Deployment Sinuous deployment of the fabric seems to come up a lot in the recent stuff I’ve looked at lately. In just a moment I’ll post up some […]


Wow. It’s already been nearly a week since my interim review last Friday. While I’ve been doing lots of thinking about what was said and where to go from here, it’s been tough to get motivated to get back to work (I’m sure the sunshine and 40 degree weather didn’t have anything to do with […]