Score for collaborative production process of REVOLVE

Brown, Carol; Niemetz, Anne; Medlin, Margie; Scoones, Russell
May 2013
International Journal of Performance Arts & Digital Media;2013, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p40
Academic Journal
This co-authored score articulates the multiple elements of an arts-science collaboration titled REVOLVE. Emerging from ongoing research into brain patterns, sleep/wake cycles and the sonic thresholds of binaural beats, REVOLVE creatively entwines data drawn from the rhythms of the body in sleep/wake cycles with sensor-based technology for synaesthetic performance. Premiered at the Body Festival, Christchurch New Zealand, 4-5 October 2011, REVOLVE brought audiences an intimate, multi-sensory encounter as performer Carol Brown improvised within the parameters of the score. The aim of this collaboration was to create a unique performance ecology, bringing together elements of the collaborators' respective disciplines and expertise and experimenting within the areas of intersection. This is an example of a score used during the production process to sketch out the possible permutations of inter-action between movement improvisations, lighting, sound, video and wearable technology, and allows the multiple collaborators to have a shared reference. The textual dramaturgy sutured the different elements into a journey from the state of sleep to the state of wakefulness. More information about REVOLVE, including complete credits, can be found at www.adime.de/revolve.


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