Hidden Fields /danceroom Spectroscopy

Barbican Weekender

3 - 4 November 2012 / 11:00
ClubStage


Tickets:
Free, sign up on the day
LEVEL -1


subject to availability





This is one game that plays with you as much as you play with it. In a fusion of 3D imaging with cutting edge-science and visual delights, your natural energy controls the electronic sound and colourful visuals on stage. Danceroom Spectroscopy is part video game, part art installation and part social experiment, so either, come and play or watch performances by the scientists and artists who created Hidden Fields.

This is an ongoing installation with 30 minute performances at the following times:

Sat: 12pm, 1.15pm, 5pm, 6.30pm

Sun: 12pm, 1.15pm, 3.45pm


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David Glowacki, PhD, MA lead artist / scientist
Phill Tew digital artist
Prof Joseph Hyde, Dr. Tom Mitchell and Lee J. Malcolm electronica artists
Laura Kriefman choreographer
Lisa May Thomas, Emma Harrie, Kerry Trevaskis, Isabelle Cressy and Kathleen Downie dance artists













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