Re: algorithms for dance

Nick Rothwell (nick@cassiel.com)
17 Apr 1998 10:18:20 -0000

> The algorithms are only there as ways of responding to the realtime action
> of the performer - whether they are called into play depends entirely on
> her action of the moment - the piece lives in the moment and not in the
> process.

So do you not cater for hysteresis?

> Unless we continue to control (even dominate) the
> machines with our moment-by-moment live acts, we are doomed.
>
> Now will that start a fresh thread?

\begin{thread}
I totally agree with you.
\end{thread}

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