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On stage, performers interact with virtual images projected into space. The performing art tradition fuses with new digital technology to create these illusions.
Alien Nation Co
Time, migration, narration. A new digital danse (architecture and technology laboratory)
Centre de recherche et de composition choregraphiques Fondation Royaumont
Big Room Dance Company
Dance productions and choreography for theatre, television, the web and other spaces.
Company In Space
This site is dedicated to the development of live interactive performances over the internet and is housed, hosted and supported by the interactive information institute/. RMIT Melbourne Australia.
Digital Performance Archive
The DPA traces the rapid developments taking place which combine performance activity with new digital technologies.
Floating Point Unit
Floating point unit uses and adresses the new media technologies with a special emphasis on distance performance and internet broadcasting.
Ghostcatching is a virtual danse installation created by Paul Kaiser and Shelley Eshkar in collaboration with Bill T. Jones.
Hand drawn space is a multimedia art installation by Merce Cunningham, Paul Kaiser and Shelley Eshkar. A mental landscape in which motion captured hand drawn figures perform intricate choregraphy in 3D.
M@ggie's Love Bytes
Cybermedia exploration of a danse theatre performance occuring in real and virtual space.
Motherboard have created performances and installations which utilise and relate to digital pop culture and social interaction.
Palindrome intermedia performance group
Digital, computer-assited performances based in Numberg.
Plain text players
The plain text players are a group of artists, writers, playwright and performers who have been creating live on line theater since 1994.
The road project
Abstract non standard dance project conceived by Nicole Mion and Sandi Somers to celebrate the landscape and the people by that landscape.
A net artwork allows people to see and transform the historic center in Mexico city using 18 robotics searchlights. The piece use virtual reality and teleoperation to allow participants to make their awon design over the city.
A dance production choreographed and designed for viewing on the world wide web.