Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

School of Performance and Cultural Industries

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e-Dance Project

The project focused on novel ways in which practice-led dance research might be documented and enhanced by videoconferencing, recording and annotation tools, whilst simultaneously addressing transdisciplinary interests in issues such as collective sense-making, process capture, collaborative memory and non-linear narrative. It sought to explore a new form of collaborative choreography via teleconference software, where choreographers and dancers negotiate the paradoxical position presented by the distributed creative environment of being separate, in different physical locations, yet together in a virtual space.

The e-Dance project was jointly funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and the JISC e-Science initiative.

Visit website: e-Dance Project (2007-2009)

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