Live Processing and Live Art: Performance and Technology (2013-2014)

This project team expanded on emergent design in practical engineering, live art and contemporary performance as well as cultural and performance studies methodologies to encourage an expanded awareness of creative space and possibility surrounding information processing. The team’s work combined the manipulation of data-intensive live processing with the making of live art works. The module included visits to the Museum of Contemporary Art (Raleigh), the North Carolina Museum of Art and the Nasher Museum of Art.



Team Outcomes

i wish i’d never met you (performance by AJ Laudenslager, Jayne Ratliff and Huanbing Xu)

Duke University Dance Program ChoreoLab 2014: Intermission Objects

This Team in the News

DeFrantz: Bass Connections, SLIPPAGE Residencies, and Professional Works

Walters: Directs Carolina Ballet Summer Intensive

Spring Dance Concert Pays Tribute to Duke Graduate’s Musical Legacy

Faculty/Staff Team Members

Martin Brooke, Pratt School of Engineering-Electrical & Computer Engineering*
Thomas F. DeFrantz, Arts & Sciences-African and African American Studies*
Tyler Walters, Arts & Sciences-Dance*

Graduate Team Members

Mendal Diana Polish, MFA/Experimental and Doc Arts
Shanshan Wang, MFA/Experimental and Doc Arts

Undergraduate Team Members

Breon Borders
Kevin Button, Electrical & Computer Egr(BSE)
Brandon Chao
Hojeannie Chung
Quinn Cook, Theater Studies (AB)
Imran Hafiz
Josh Hairston
Stephanie Joe
Thomas Kavanagh
Thomas Klebanoff
Yu Zhou Lee
Tze Kang Ng
Eufern Pan
Zachary Podbela
Christopher Streiffer
Rasheed Sulaimon
Peter Yom

* denotes team leader


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