SONIC DANCER – CPD WORKSHOP

Performance information
13th November 2021
A dance + technology exploration for dancers interested in how movement and sound could interact. 

1-3PM

A year on from our Dance & Technology Forum, join dance artist Silvia Carderelli-Gronau and computer scientist Swen Gaudl who are exploring how movement can be represented as sound. In particular, what would happen to your own movement if you could sense and hear others in your physical space when they are not actually there? Of particular interest to creatives who may be visually impaired, ‘Sonic Dancer’ takes place in a physical and digital space simultaneously. Come and discover this fascinating multidisciplinary process for yourself…

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Suitable for people with dance experience, 16yrs+

Limited capacity so booking is essential. Please email Programme & Artist Development Producer Jeanette Hinton to reserve your space. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis

About the team:

Silvia Carderelli-Gronau is a dance artist, film-maker, and dance movement therapist. Her work focuses on relational practices and developing skills to enhance group activities. She is interested in somatic dance practices, group improvisation, embodiment, and the dialogue between camera and performer. Her practice looks at moving and creating as a group, exploring boundaries, identity, and group identity. She pursues a dialogue between a ‘pure’ physical experience and experiences enhanced by technologies.

Swen Gaudl is a Researcher in Artificial Intelligence, Behaviour Modelling, Evolutionary Computation, Games and Software Development as well as Social Robotics and Low-Cost Robotic Design. He is interested in understanding and the modelling of natural intelligence (things that live and act based on their senses).

In partnership with ACE, The Studio, Bath Spa University Dance Department, Plymouth University and SWCTN.

Photo credit: Chris Lewis Smith

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