Deaf choreographer Chisato Minamimura is researching into the exciting possibilities digital can offer for enhancing the experience of deaf audiences at dance performances by sound visualisation and haptic tools.
This particular work was carried out through a two-week residency produced by body>data>space at Watermans, in collaboration with our Creative Director, performing arts and body technologies expert Ghislaine Boddington and associated digital/sound artist Nick Rothwell.
The output of the residency was presented on Friday, 1st November as part of Digital Art & Performance Weekender at Watermans Art Centre, that included interactive and immersive installations and performances, sound and dance and choreography. Artists, performers, composers and technologists have been invited to present work around Watermans and explore directions, intersections and collaborations through performance, dance, sound, technology and more.
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
Film and edit by Tomas Tojo / body>data>space
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