|html-movement-library - The Installation
|Installation of html-movement-library (2007)
|On show: March 28 - June 8, 2007
At Medianoche, New York, NY (East Harlem)
|The html-movement-library uses physical movement and gesture to re-invent html as a lexicon for choreography.
The html-movement library is an online database of video performances articulating html code through gesture, movement and dance. Visitors at MediaNoche are invited to contribute to
the ever-expanding repository of movement by allowing themselves to be video-captured within the installation. Their video-clips become instantly part of the online repertoire.
The html-movement-libary is an ongoing project welcoming submission to its online database of video clips and images. Contributors to the library become immediately part of web-based participatory performances such as html_butoh and are co-choreographing performances such as the "Website Impersonation" series...
The "html-movement-library" is supported in part by a grant from Turbulence.org.
"html_butoh" is a 2006 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc., (aka Ether-Ore) for its Turbulence web site. It was made possible with funding from the Jerome Foundation.