10 Mar Scores+Traces: Exposing the body through computation
scores+traces: exposing the body through computation is an interdisciplinary media art exhibition with performative interventions presenting works by artists whose creative practice challenges conventional understanding of movement, perception, body and computation. The exhibition will be held at the gallery One Art Space, in Tribeca NYC, March 10-12, 2016 and is presented by the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies in partnership with movingstories.
scores+traces curators invited artists and researchers internationally to submit art, design and research projects that are fundamental for the current research on movement and computation.
Movement Analyst Regina Miranda, scores + traces Chief Curator, is LIMS® CEO/Director of Arts & Culture. Miranda’ s curatorial work in NYC includes MOSAIC, the Dance Performance Atelier, and LIMS Spring Forward. Highlighted last year by the NYT as one of the best weekend artistic programs of NYC, Spring Forward is proud to be the LIMS umbrella program for this year’s partnership with movingstories
Matt Gingold, Sarah Shamash, Aisha Jamal, Prophecy Sun, Yves Candau, Jules Françoise, Sarah Fdili Alaoui, Mirjana Prpa, Kıvanç Tatar, Kristin Carlson, Greg Corness, Shannon Cuykendall, Ethan Soutar-Rau, Philippe Pasquier, Thecla Schiphorst, Karen Bradley, Maria Lantin, Ken Perlin, Martin Gotfrit, David Lobser, Sebastian Herscher, Connor Defanti, Thomas Meduri, Sonia Foltarz, Clare Carroll, Matthew Foglia, Dominique Lufrano, Wenbo Lan.