CyberTouch: An interdisciplinary research on Dance, Music and Live Coding
Keywords:Dance, Live Coding, Music, Performance
“CyberTouch” is an experimental audiovisual performance which combines dance and music with live coding, and a prototyped wearable interactive technology to create audiovisual experiences. It is is the outcome of an interdisciplinary research informed by Cybernetics, a structured improvisation between two individuals a composer and a performer. Our goal is to explore and propose new relationships and strategies in performing practices and interactive audiovisual arts, while expanding the potential of the human body.
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