“Great insight into the boundaries of digital design and innovation, particularly useful information on how to marry and seamlessly integrate graphic iconography remotely generated and human choreographic movement. This has enabled moving a current project on considerably.”
On 21-22 September 2013, 18 dancers and programmers got together for our first ever 24-hour Dance Hack. This experiment looked into movement and creative technology to provide a meeting point where two languages collide.
Dance Hack was Part of Digital Futures in Dance, Brighton Digital Festival and DanSCe Dialogues 2 and programmed in partnership with the University of Brighton.