25 Sep 2020
03/10 – 12:30pm – Low Frequency Skies – with Raphaël de Courville, Taru Muhonen
Low Frequency Skies is a lunch session run by Raphaël de Courville during quarantine to open a virtual space for his friends to eat and chat together. The legendary lunch session comes back during NODE20 at GreenHouse NAXOS – bring your friends and have breakfast, lunch or dinner together, depending on your time zone!
04/10 – 11:30am – TDSW × PCJ Vernissage – with Yasushi Harada, Yuki Narumi and Shunsuke Takawo
Tokyo Developers Study Weekend (TDSW) and Processing Community Japan (PCJ) invite you to present your artworks at an exhibition, where everyone can virtually hang their works in the GreenHouse exhibition space. Be respectful to each other and let’s make a collective exhibition! The hosts will present in Japanese and English.
04/10 – 7pm – Hydra meetup #2 – with Ritchse, Flor de Fuego and Olivia Jack
Hydra meetup #2 makes an intervention at NODE20! Hydra (hydra.ojack.xyz) is a live-coding environment inspired by analog video synthesizer. Olivia Jack, the creator of Hydra, Flor de Fuego and Ritchse host a meetup in zoom and then a live-coding jam in GreenHouse NAXOS (around 20:45 CEST). Everyone with or without experiences in Hydra is welcome!
05 – 08/10 – 12:30pm – Low Frequency Skies – with Raphaël de Courville, Taru Muhonen
05/10 – 1:30pm – Discussion: Best Practices in Contemporary Dance – with Jorge Guevara
Jorge Guevara and Naoto Hieda discuss what they call Best Practices in Contemporary Dance. The session will be unstructured; they will initiate discussion about their experiences but everyone is welcome to join the conversation. Based on expertise in contemporary dance and media art, the duo talks about what they expect in the “Best Practice” session coming up on 6th of October
06/10 – 9pm – Best Practices in Contemporary Dance – with Jorge Guevara
Naoto Hieda and Jorge Guevara practice “Best Practices in Contemporary Dance” at NODE20. While they practice with their bodies, videos and glitches, everyone is invited to watch, to intervene and to participate in the session.
07/10 – 1:30pm – Discussion: Best Practices in Contemporary Dance– with Jorge Guevara
Jorge Guevara and Naoto Hieda discuss what they call Best Practices in Contemporary Dance. The session will be unstructured; they will initiate discussion about their experiences but everyone is welcome to join the conversation. In this discussion, the duo reflects on the “Best Practice” session that happens the day before (6th of October 2020).
07/10 – 8:30pm – Multidimensional Journey – with Nien Tzu Weng
Nien Tzu Weng, a dancer/choreographer based in Montreal, and Naoto Hieda share online tools for interdisciplinary collaborations from the recent online residencies. We open the room for participants to experiment with the tools. No experience required.
08/10 – 4pm – Distant Movements – with Annie Abrahams, Daniel Pinheiro, Muriel Piqué
Distant Movements is a project by Annie Abrahams (FR/NL), Daniel Pinheiro (PT) and Muriel Piqué (FR). They develop an experimental, performative approach to examine what «dancing together» could mean in an environment where bodies are entangled with machines. Questions like: “Under what conditions can we dance together online?, “How will a dance practice in an artificial environment differ from a «normal» dance practice?”, “Can the emergence of dance in bodies that are both distant and together become visible and if so how?”, guide the project, which is also a concrete example of a remotely activated multilingual collaborative artistic research. DM comes to NODE20 as a one-off welcoming everyone.
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