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Triggered: a crossdisciplinary music, dance and technology performance and the launch of the Digital Performance Lab at Anglia Ruskin University and CoDE-institute

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18.00 Open launch and drinks event for CoDE and the Digital Performance laboratory (CoDE, Music and Performing Arts, Anglia Ruskin) and a science-arts interdisciplinary performance Triggered. Recital-hall (Hel 029), Helmore Building, East Road, Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge.

‘Triggered’ showcases the results of a practice-as-research project into methods of interdisciplinary collaboration between a group of contemporary dancers, musicians and music technologists. The nature of this collaboration has allowed performance to emerge from artists and disciplines interacting and responding to each other. The bespoke technologies used in the project enable sophisticated dialogue between movement and sound, between music composition and choreography. The nature of interaction and narratives created are key areas of investigation and these areas will explored in a workshop on the second day of the conference. Performing, choreographing, composing and building the production are Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Tom Hall, Richard Hoadley, Jane Turner & dance company.

The evening event is free and open for all to attend but please register through Beth Jones: elizabeth.jones4@student.anglia.ac.uk

The event is preceded by an academic conference New Materialisms and Digital Culture which discusses media arts including digital culture, sonic environments, cinematic contexts, wireless communication and related phenomena in order to develop a new vocabulary for understanding digital culture as a material culture. Speakers include a range of acclaimed media theorists and writers such as Dr David M. Berry, Dr Rick Dolphijn, Dr Satinder Gill, Dr Adrian Mackenzie, Dr Stamatia Portanova, Dr Anna Powell, Dr Iris van der Tuin and Dr Eleni Ikoniadou.

The fee for the conference is £20 and guests can register their place at https://store.anglia.ac.uk/events

More information: http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/microsites/code/code_news_and_events/new_materials_symposium.html

This talk is part of the ArcDigital and CoDE talks at Anglia Ruskin series.

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