Dance and technology stunningly intersect in this new solo work that gathers sensory data from the dancer – using real-time motion capture, an infrared camera and accelerometer motion sensors – to interpret to movement instantaneously. In this groundbreaking new work, choreographer William Yong continues to explore the intersection of the human and the digital.
“The beast of technology came up against the angel of civilized beauty...the show’s relentlessness gave it its own unique force... its effect will stay with me...
Consider it like a high-tech jeremiad against technology – it hurts a bit to listen, but it might be important that we do.” - Globe and Mail
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This presentation is made possible in part by the Ontario Arts Council’s Ontario Dances program, which supports initiatives to enhance appreciation of dance in local communities and increase public awareness of the expanding spectrum of dance-based projects being developed by Ontario artists.
This performance is part of the 2017/18 Dance Series sponsored by Be Active Live Better .