Images from the premiere of “Command G” by Argentine dancer and director Gabriela Luque, member of the dance company of the Staatstheater Braunschweig, Germany
With an impressive visual poetics, Command G explores the concept of mutability in nature, objects and bodies. Developed as an interactive multimedia dance piece, Command G uses 2 projectors and 2 translucent screens that delimit and shape the stage space.
All was entirely designed with Isadora software under the assistance and technical collaboration of the Isadora Latin Network.
Command G is one of the 8 pieces that make up the "SHIFT" program -young choreographers- of the Staatsteather.
Thank you Gabriela Luque for inviting me to be part of the project!
Isadora's creator Mark Coniglio gives us a glimpse into long ago, showing the innovative technology he handcrafted with Dawn Marie Stoppiello to fuel the works of their dance company Troika Ranch (http://troikaranch.org). From "SandyCam" to "MidiDancer", you'll see and hear how these devices allowed them to translate the organic into the electronic, and helped to shape the future of dance and technology.
Hey y'all :) back in May I completed this audio/visual installation in the attic of my house using Isadora that I think you all will find interesting. I choreographed a bunch of screen recordings that I took of different activities that I get up to on my computer screen into a long video and then did some live effect manipulation using mainly the Rutt Etra video synth simulator as a performance. The song I made from a program called Pure Data and Ableton
The file itself is already configured to work with ZoomOSC (there's also a comment in the setup section with instructions on how to setup ZoomOSC's settings to talk to Isadora). You'd need a license though in order to get the /zoom/list to return a list to you over OSC on the address /zoomosc/user/list.