Rehearsing for our interactive video artwork, “Fractured Perspectives: Movement and Light” that we will present in London this summer at EVA.
Created in collaboration with prOphecy Sun, Steve DiPaola, and Reese Muntean. Photo courtesy of Steve DiPaola.
Introducing Schrifttanz–POEME’s newest author!
POEME teams up with the ARTeFACT project to explore conceptual metaphors.
Check out our abstract Schrifttanz: Written Dance/Movement Poems, presented at the Digital Humanities 2016 conference in Kraków, Poland on July 14, 2016.
Authors: Susan L. Wiesner, Shannon Cuykendall, Ethan Soutar-Rau, Rommie L. Stalnaker, Thecla Schiphorst, Karen Bradley
Pictures from our demo of POEME: Schrifttanz Edition!
We presented POEME in Brisbane, Australia as part of the DIS 2016 Experience Night! We also gave a talk on the design of POEME as part of the Body Motion/Mobile session on Monday, June 6th @1:30pm. Our paper is available here.
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 by Kristin Carlson, prOphecy Sun, and Shannon Cuykendall
POEME: A Poetry Engine by Shannon Cuykendall and Ethan Soutar-Rau
Presence in a Box: Crossing Liminal Spaces will be exhibited March 10-12 at One Art Space in NYC!