Dancing on the Grid: using e-Science tools to extend choreographic research.
Le Blanc, Anja
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
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AbstractThis paper considers the role and impact of new and emerging e-Science tools on practice-led research in dance. Specifically, it draws on findings from the e-Dance project. This 2-year project brings together an interdisciplinary team combining research aspects of choreography, next generation of videoconferencing and human-computer interaction analysis incorporating hypermedia and nonlinear annotations for recording and documentation.
CitationBailey, H., Bachler, M., Buckingham-Shum, S., Le Blanc, A., Popat, S., Turner, M., Rowley, A. (2009) 'Dancing on the Grid: Using e-Science tools to extend choreographic research', Philosophical Transactions series A, The Royal Society 367 (1898), pp. 2793-2806.
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