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The mobile phone is so much more than a mere means to communicate. It’s a multimedia tool that has become an integral part of everyday life. The artistic possibilities of the device however are yet to be fully explored.
During the three-day Mobile Choreography workshop, led by Zeynep Gündüz and Keez Duyves, participants investigate the possibilities of the smartphone as choreographical tool for making a dancefilm. With a special focus on ‘multi-perspective imagery’: instead of using a single camera, multiple smartphones will record simultaneously – adding various points of view to reality. Participants will take on the role of both choreographer, cameraman and dancer.
During a closing session on Sunday 12 March, participants and instructors will present their findings and results.
Mobile Choreography is part of a research supported by Codarts, University of the Arts in Rotterdam and is realised in collaboration with Cinedans LAB.
Zeynep Gündüz works as lecturer of Dance History and Theory at the Amsterdam University of the Arts, and teaches Philosophy of Culture at Codarts. She currently carries out research into arts education and digital technologies. Zeynep Gündüz completed her PhD on dance and technology at the University of Amsterdam in 2012.
Keez Duyves is inventor, creative technologist and artist. His artistic works ranges from interactive installations for kids and adults through 360° rail-movies to theater and performances that prioritise audience participation. He is one of the founders of PIPS:lab.