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11 Choreographies for Camera
Curated by Christopher Rohde
This program of Canadian short dance films and videos displays the creativity and diversity to be found in screen-based choreography. Going beyond merely photographing the act of dancing, these films fuse the camera and cinematic language with dance to create a distinct hybrid form. From documentary to animation to experimentation, Frame Lines showcases a wide variety of unique cinematic approaches to contemporary dance.
(total running time: 70 mins.)
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Interactive Video Workshop with Freya Björg Olafson
Sat., June 11, 2016 - 1pm to 4pm, Club SAW
First see THE SHOW and then take the workshop!
Registration in this workshop is only $30 for members and includes a ticket to Freya’s performance of HYPER on Wednesday June 8th at Canada Dance Festival / Festival Danse Canada
The integration of technology and visual media in live performance is an ongoing negotiation. This workshop is for video artists, creators, performers, and the curious, who are interested in mixed discipline creation and process. Whether one creates video and media or collaborates with artists in different disciplines, this workshop will offer tools to dissect concept from construction furthering an understanding of the relationships between disciplines. The workshop is geared towards video artists / video editors / dancers / performers / directors / creators / enthusiasts and will include a presentation of work by contemporary artists working with video in performance.
Find out much more about the artist and the workshop, and to register click here