The Visual Music blog gathers snap shot of websites that document work, artists, filmmakers, composers, musicians, video artists, exhibitions, call for worlds and events that work with the art and medium of visual and sound. All forms and presentations are considered. This blog contains an extensive archive as it has been active since 2005.

Dancing with Mathematica

DANCING WITH MATHEMATICA - PART OF THE CAMBRIDGE SCIENCE FESTIVAL

Music, generated in Mathematica, by composer Katarina Miljkovic; chereograhy by Dawn Kramer; video projections by Stephen Buck; performance by Dawn Kramer and Brian McCook.

Event at Cambridge Science Festival - Boston US

Dancing with Mathematica - The Broad Institute, 7 Cambridge Center - 26th April 2009

Dancing with Mathematica is a journey through complexity in movement, bady projection and sound. Music and choreography are structured on four classes of complexity, proposed by Stephen Wolfram A New Kind of Science.

While music develops by evolution of cellular automata, from simple to universally complex, choreography reflects on the nature of choice, questions the concept of self as a dolid, separate reality and looks at the body in relation to self, gener, transgender and aging.

The program is live performance of two pieces including movement, electronic sound and video. Music, generated in Mathematica, by composer Katarina Miljkovic; chereograhy by Dawn Kramer; video projections by Stephen Buck; performance by Dawn Kramer and Brian McCook.

See also:
http://katarina-miljkovic.net/
http://mysite.verizon.net/jsbuck1/DJK/