1. Iftar Quiz using Voting Keypads

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    from Audience Alive Added 1 0 0

    Note that the results appear after all persons have voted. The winner is then defined by the player with the most votes at the top of the leaderboard (fastest finger)

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    • Crash Test Dummies - Kickstarter Campaign

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      The collective Strange Ways are in residence at New Art Gallery Walsall from 5th August - 26th October 2014. This animation has been produced to support their Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to produced audience curated and produced artwork.

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      • The Starborn landing 008_Stardate 05/09/2014

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        from Ryan Austin Added 5 0 0

        *NOTE* Each Starborn show begins in the dark. There's nothing wrong with the video. Keep watching! The Starborn have a normal conversation and help a girl with really short shorts realize she wants a ghost baby.

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        • The StarBorn landing 008_Stardate 05/09/2013

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          The StarBorn have a normal conversation and help one woman realize she wants a ghost baby.

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          • Into The Distance

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            from Alexandra Zierle & Paul Carter Added 72 1 0

            Into the Distance is a video work documenting one interaction from a durational participatory performance by Zierle & Carter titled Into the Distance, the performance challenges conventions of human behavior and intimate encounters between two strangers in the public arena of a busy shopping arcade. The performance is an invitation to venture into spaces of the unheard and spoken, to explore different modes of communication. Simple in its aesthetic and structure, yet complex in its social and cultural commentary, this performance is anchored in an exploration of the intangible, invisible, the unseen, the personal and the collective. Passer-by’s are simply invited to participate in a social experiment which explores intimacy in public space, contextualised by elaborating that in our everyday lives, intimacy is often expressed between two people familiar with each other, in an enclosed environment, in private, and often in close proximity. This ‘experiment’ aims to explore how an intimate interaction can occur between two strangers, outside in public, over a distance. Participants are explained that the interaction lasts as long as they want it to and there is no right or wrong way of doing it. The instruction is to simply hold the untied balloon that will be given to you for as long as you can hold the lady’s gaze. Participants can interpret the holding of the gaze as they wish. Directly challenging societal codes of intimacy, the work opens dialogue around notions of exchange, of giving and receiving, and notions of connection through bridging/connecting people and spaces. Into the Distance opens space in which parameters can be shifted and the limitations of space re-envisioned through redirecting focus. This simple interaction in the shopping arcade seeks to bring the focus back to the experience of another human being through the body and beyond.

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            • Starborn Landing 007_Stardate 02/27/2014

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              from Ryan Austin Added 15 0 0

              *NOTE* Each Starborn show begins in the dark. There's nothing wrong with the video. Keep watching! The Starborn unite a yodeler with his true love and Brother gives birth on stage after one too many protein shakes.

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              • Home Notes #2 at Silent Barn

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                from Thea Little Added 8 0 0

                Created and performed by Thea Little Performed at Silent Barn on September 25 2013

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                • The Healing Power of Humor | Bob Stromberg

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                  from tim grable Added 149 2 0

                  Go to http://thegrablegroup.com/speaker_gg/bob-stromberg/ to learn more about Bob Stromberg and The Grable Group. Bob Stromberg uses the healing power of humor with physical comedy, audience interaction, improvisation, and shadow puppets to entertain

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                  • sightlines preshow

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                    from Daniel Burkholder/The PlayGround Added 22 0 0

                    "sightlines" is an evening length work created and performed by Daniel Burkholder and Sharon Mansur, marking their 20th anniversary as artistic collaborators. This video the preshow audience interactions from performances at Dance Place in February 2012. Credits include: Created and Performed by Daniel Burkholder and Sharon Mansur Sound by Curt Seiss Lighting Design by Andrew Dorman performance video shot by Todd Clark

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                    • [radical] signs of life - EXCERPT

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                      [radical] signs of life *An interactive, multi-media performance generated from dancers' muscles and blood flow. Premiere: May 3rd and 4th, 2013 @ EMPAC (Studio 2) Cover photo by: Marco Donnarumma [NOTE: This is not the official excerpt.] Conceived and Directed by: Heidi Boisvert Choreography: Pauline Jennings Sound Design: Doug Van Nort Set and Lighting Design: Allen Hahn Visual Design: Raven Kwok Costume Design: Amy Nielson Sensor Design and Development: Marco Donnarumma Wireless network and custom armband development: MJ Caselden and Krystal Persaud The responsive choreography for the hour-long performance was composed in real-time by five dancers from a shared movement database in accordance with pre-determined rules. Outfitted with two wireless sensors each, the dancers--Jennifer Mellor, Ellen Smith Ahern, Hanna Satterlee, Avi Waring and Willow Wonder--created patterns that dissolved from autonomous polyrhythms to intersecting lines as they sliped through generative video and light. Van Nort improvised original multi-channel electroacoustic music live with new interactive sound instruments based on the Donnarumma's XS technology to sculpt a dense web of complex texture and emotion around the audience. The dance performance evolved through three levels of self-organizing systems choreographically, which were mirrored visually and sonically. 1. Conway: In the first game level, dancers can be seen participating in an adaptation of Conway's Game of Life, which dictates survival between states of loneliness and starvation. As individual movement triggers fellow dancers to move throughout the space, dancers collide within territories marked by tape. These collisions may result in the starvation of fellow dancers and the game level ends when one dancer survives. 2. Hebb: Each dancer begins level 2 with an individual goal and trajectory through the space. As dancers begin to meet fellow dancers along their trajectories, unions begin to form. As these bonds strengthen, dancers begin navigating their trajectories as partners and eventual as a group. To win the level, a community of 5 dancers must be formed. 3. Markov: The dancers begin this last level building upon the cohesion developed during level two, but with the challenge of not being permitted to travel outside of their level 1 territories. The group explores dynamics of leadership until a clear director temporarily emerges, resulting in the degradation back into the power struggles of Level 1. "[radical] signs of life" was produced, in part, at Harvestworks with funds from the Rockefeller Foundation’s New York City Cultural Innovation Fund and the National Endowment for the Arts. The work was made possible through generous support from the Rensselaer Arts Department along with iEAR Studios, and EMPAC staff. Rehearsal space was granted by an Artistic Residency at the Contemporary Dance and Fitness Center in Montpelier, Vermont.

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