Corporeality and the Digital Gaze: Panel Discussion

March 1, 2010

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This panel discussion investigates ‘the body' when explored through collaborative possibilities of performance and technology. It features a conversation among pioneering artists whose work engages the body and digital media, specifically interrogating the ever-increasing digitized gaze, the transcription of the body through data visualization, and the impact it has on the body's cultural contexts.

Presented by Ellen Stone Belic Institute for the Study of Women and Gender in the Arts and Media and The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago.

Panelists

Grisha Coleman: composer, performer and choreographer; Assistant Professor in Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University.

Marianne Kim: artist and educator working in dance, theatre and video art; Assistant Professor at Arizona State University's Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies Department.

Maria Palazzi: co-creative director of Synchronous Objects; Director of the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design, and Associate Professor of Design at The Ohio State University.

Dawn Stoppiello: choreographer and dancer; Executive Director and Artistic Co-Director of Troika Ranch.

Moderated by Raquel Monroe: Assistant Professor at The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago.

 

Recorded Monday, March 01, 2010 at Columbia College Chicago - Stage 2.