Choreotopology: interrelationships in movement, screens and live performance

Sicchio, Kate (2013) Choreotopology: interrelationships in movement, screens and live performance. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 19 (3). n/a. ISSN 1071-4391

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Within this paper a new conceptual framework for considering space within choreography with real-time video projection is considered. Choreotopology encompasses the identification of four specific spaces and the relationship of these spaces. By drawing on the practice of choreography with real-time video and examining the transformation of movement across physical space, camera space, projection space and compositional space a complex, a topological space for movement occurs. Choreotopology is further defined by exploring frames for movement, interrelated and connected space, time in the form of continuity and spatio-temporal aspects, and finally the transformations that occur within choreography and visuals. This framework is applied to a discussion of the author's own choreographic practice with real-time video projection.

Additional Information:Volume title "Live visuals"
Keywords:choreotopology, choreography, Real-time video, Topology, Performance
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W510 Choreography
W Creative Arts and Design > W280 Interactive and Electronic Design
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts (Performing Arts)
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ID Code:9685
Deposited On:31 May 2013 12:51

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