Digital Body: Convergent Pulses

On Demand

30 minTeenage, AdultPWYD

Performance | Dance, Society, Technology

Young disabled and non-disabled dancers from Oxford’s Parasol Project have created a new Digital Body film with Alexander Whitley Dance Company. Filmed during the COVID pandemic, their short choreographies, inspired by conversations with scientists from the University of Oxford Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics explore how movement is coordinated within living beings. The real-world movements have been captured and edited together with 3D motion graphics by artists Robin Ashurst and Abel Enklaar at Flat 12 and features music by Rival Consoles.

Watch the recording of this live public event held on

3 October 2020 at IF Oxford

Watch Digital Body: Convergent Pulses

Find out more and browse the full Digital Body video collection from Alexander Whitley Dance Company 

 

Digital Body

Artistic Director
Alexander Whitley

Choreographers
Sophie Stanley and Emma-Jane Greig

Digital artists
Flat 12

Dancers
The Parasol Project

Scientific consultants
University of Oxford Department of Physiology Anatomy & Genetics

Music
Rival Consoles, courtesy Erased Tapes

Production and Presenting Partner
IF Oxford

 

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