I would be very interested to hear more from you about your perception of The Millennarium. Prehaps there is an expectation that technology should be evident on stage in gizmos and effects rather than be informative of the process of choreographic creation, as is the case for Random Dance Company.
I would be really happy to elaborate on the company's use of technology in performance and suggest that you either mail me some questions, or take a look at that Spring ReLoaded video and then get in touch if things are still unclear.
Good to have the feedback and I'd be very keen to hear from anyone else who has seen the work.
On 21 Aug 1998 10:09:07 -000 Nick Rothwell wrote: >> I work wiom Dance Company in London and there is a commerciailable >> education video made for their Spring ReLOaded seres our last >> touring production, The Millennarium, in which the artistic >> Director, Wayne McGregor talks about his approach to technology in >> dance. > >I saw the performance of this piece, and I saw very little technology >in it. And yet it was touted as a dance technology project so clearly >I missed something. Could you outline how technology was involved? > >-- > Nick Rothwell, CASSIEL contemporary dance projects > http://www.cassiel.com music synthesis and control > > "Welcome to Moscow, Mrs. Gandhi." -- Leonid Brezhnev to Margaret Thatcher >
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