Op vrijdag 7 februari, 19-20 uur, presenteert Reza Mirabi en zijn team hun huidige onderzoek en project in ontwikkeling in het IDlab.
Locatie: IDlab Studio, Jodenbreestraat 3, Amsterdam - 5e verdieping
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On Friday, February 7, 19-20 hrs, Reza Mirabi and his team will present their current research and project in development at IDlab.
Location: IDlab Studio, Jodenbreestraat 3, Amsterdam - 5th floor
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Yet there are moments when the walls of the mind grow thin; when nothing is unabsorbed, and I could fancy that we might blow so vast a bubble that the sun might set and rise in it and we might take the blue of midday and the black of midnight and be cast off and escape from here and now.
Over the last few months, we have been working with this sentence from Virginia Woolf’s The Waves or maybe it has been working with us or probably we have been working with each other. There is such a strong reverberance towards these moments in which the walls of the mind grow thin, somewhere where the distinction between inside and outside is becoming obscured and messy. The mind that extends into the relational, the objects that become part of the cognitive, the thought that moves through and with the world. The separation between the mind, body and the environment is starting to elude. When nothing is unabsorbed - an immersive modality but inverted where everything matters and is moved. The bubble - as much abstract as concrete - is inviting the imaginary outside of the outside; towards a becoming disentangled from the normative and structures that are held in place by the weight of the present.
This project is a research towards letting this sentence become a relational composition of video, sound, dance, objects, plateaus and computing, linked through a system of sensors. Through these sensors and the dancers, the audience is woven into the fabric of the installation and is co-composing the relational emergence of the work.
Sensors for Motion Tracking: 6 x X-Box Kinects
Sound: MAX MSP + Ableton 10
3d Spatialization: SPAT Revolution + 26 Speaker System
Projection: 4 Beamers + 5 LED Screens
data processing: Open Framework libraries (C++)
Concept + Choreography: Reza Mirabi
Visuals: Darien Brito + Jeisson Drenth
Sound: Elisa Battistutta
Developer: Aleksandar Koruga
Dance: Mina Tomic, Fernanda Libman, Johhan Rosenberg
IDlab: R&D partner
Special thanks to Willem Weemhoff, Frederick Rodrigues and Erik Lint. This project is supported by the AFK (Amsterdam Fund for the Arts).