Interactive Arts Festival

Wayne Siegel (
Thu, 01 Apr 1999 20:41:43 +0200

Coming up next week in New York ...

The Columbia University Interactive Arts Festival
April 6 to April 9, 1999

>From April 6th through April 9th, 1999, this festival will present
ground-breaking interactive works and technologies from all over the
world, in several events, which are ALL FREE AND OPEN TO THE

Tuesday April 6th and Wednesday April 7th 8:00 PM
An Evening of Interactive Dance at Cunningham Dance Studio

Movement Study II
Music by Wayne Siegel, Choreography and performance by Mata Sakka
An interactive work for solo dancer and DIEM Digital Dance Interface

Song for the Living/Dance for the Dead
Music by Russell Pinkston, Choreography by Mata Sakka, Video by
Anita Pantin
A work for dancers, and real-time sound realized through the MIDI
dance floor developed by the composer

Orizzonte degli eventi
by Marco Cardini
Music by Leonello Tarabella and Massimo Magrini.
A computer music and computer graphics performance using the
gesture-tracking wireless devices developed at CNUCE, Pisa

Composed and Performed by Matthew Suttor
An interactive multimedia chamber opera in one act for a solo

Wednesday April 7th 10am-5pm, Prentis Hall, Columbia University
Interactive Technologies Day: Talks/Demos/Workshops

Thursday April 8 1999, 8pm, Miller Theater
Concert II: A concert of multimedia interactive works

Friday April 9th, 10pm at the Kitchen
Concert III: A late evening focusing on interactive technologies in
jazz-rock and improvisatory works.