Dance notations systems (only few universally established ones), as much as video recordings can be used for claiming authorship of a choreography. This dance performance is more a project investigating authorship in dance than a fixed dance piece.
The computer interface is the medium through which the audience can compose their own choreographies by using the keyboard during the performance. The pages of the notation are printed at the end of each choreographic session. Several audience members take turns to choreograph during one performance.
They need to choose between "all rights reserved" and "public domain" as the licences for their choreography before each session starts.
χThe online available computer program generates only public domain notations. It's released under GPL licences and is free to distribute and modify. Download the source code here.
ζConcept, Interaction design and development: Maria Karagianni ;Costumes: Hiko UemuraαDancers: Thomas Körtvélyessy, Kees Lemmens, Sarah Miriam Thöni, Diana Ibañez Lopez
- W.O.R.M. venue for new music and cinema Rotterdam 2008
- Studio K Amsterdam in 2009 and 2010
- Open Dans Festival Rotterdam 2009
- EverMassLand, Nadine Brussels 2009
Street performance Brussels 2009, supported by Nadine art residence and bolwerK.