Further information

11 November 2010

Deakin Motion.lab

The Deakin Motion.Lab is a centre for creative research into technology and performance, as well as movement analysis of physically demanding professions such as dance and sport. The centre also teaches motion capture within Deakin’s animation program, and provides commercial motion capture services to industry. This project is a collaboration with Deakin University’s Strategic Research Centre – the Centre for Memory Invention and Imagination which uses creative arts to research social and environmental issues.

The people behind Choreotopography:
• Choreographer Kim Vincs
• Interactive artwork by John McCormick
• Original score by Rob Vincs
• Experimental film by Dirk de Bruyn
• 3D Animation by Daniel Skovli and Peter Divers
• Environmental Design concepts by Paul Carter, Creative Director, Material Thinking
• Architectural Design concepts by Edmund Carter, Creative Director, Dyskors

Melbourne Ballet Company

Alisa Finney, Artistic Director
Simon Hoy, Resident Choreographer

In One Day – A classically-presented celebration of Melbourne’s four seasons
Choreography by Simon Hoy
Music by A. Vivaldi

Dark Before Daylight – The engaging propositional sequel to a classical ballet
Choreography by Simon Hoy
Music by Edward Elgar

Infinite Space – Melbourne Ballet Company’s signature contemporary classic.
Choreography by Simon Hoy
Music by W.A. Mozart

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15th July 2011