The POEME Engine is featured in the May-June 2016 Issue of the
Between 2015-2016 POEME (created by Shannon Cuykendall and Ethan Soutar-Rau) has traveled the world from British Columbia, to The Netherlands, to New York City and now to Australia!
POEME was accepted to the Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS 2016). We will present POEME as a demo as well as present our paper,”If Words Could Dance: Moving from Body to Data through Kinesthetic Evaluation” (Shannon Cuykendall, Ethan Soutar-Rau, Thecla Schiphorst, Steve DiPaola).
To try out POEME for yourself go to https://poeme.iat.sfu.ca.
Check out a video of our performance of Presence in a Box: Crossing Liminal Spaces in NYC as part of the scores + traces: exposing the body through computation exhibition.
Great opening of scores + traces: exposing the body through computation! The exhibition runs one more day Saturday, March 12 noon-5pm. Don’t miss it!
Presence in a Box: Crossing Liminal Spaces will be exhibited March 10-12 at One Art Space in NYC!
I am having so much fun creating Presence in a Box: Crossing Liminal Spaces with Kristin Carlson and prOphecy Sun. It will be part of the Scores+Traces: Exposing the Body Through Computation exhibition in NYC– opening next week March 10-12th at One Art Space. For more info see:http://oneartspace.com/pdf/PressRelease-scores+traces.pdf
Photo Courtesy of Rachel Ward.
Photo Credit: Reese Muntean