nik (nik@websciences.org)
Wed, 21 May 1997 19:57:24 -0800

>>Is there even one model of a dancers performance space?
>What "models" would be most ideal? I'm very influenced by the Judson
>Period - and, having lived in Greenwich for many years - have performed in
>some pretty bizarre spaces. Would a rooftop suffice as a model
>performance space, in your mind? How about a simulated creek and a forest?

this means a model of the space one is performing in. for example, at UCLA
almost every performnce happens in dance 200. once one creates a model of
the interior of the dance 200 building then the lighting, set, etc. design
can be simulated for every performance there after in that space.

this would means for most "resident' companies to model their home theatre.

peas and luv,


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