Oct 01
2002

HEAVEN AND HELL

HEAVEN AND HELL
A mood space installation

DESCRIPTION
A Mood Space installation where the group dynamic in the space as a whole is influencing the mood of the space. The space has it´s own life and mood in relation to the group of participants. If they are close together and looking at each other, the space is in a good mood – Heaven, but if they are spread and not paying attention to each other, the space is in a bad mood – Hell.
The Heaven and Hell moods are expressed through animated projections and soundscapes.

PARTICIPANTS
Concept, Story & Animation Jørgen Callesen, Marika Kajo & Katrine Nilsen
Sound Design Marika Kajo
Programming/Vision Tracking Johan Torstensson
Programming/Computer Graphics Engine Jørgen Callesen & Johan Torstensson

WORKSHOP
1 October 2002: Salong K – Interactiv Dans, Skånes Dansteater; Malmö, Sverige

COMISSIONER
Skånes Danseteater, Malmö/Marie Brolin Tani

LOCATION
Skånes Danseteater, Malmö/Marie Brolin Tani

EXHIBITED
5 April 2003: Research/Practice/Practice/Research: Spatiality, Digitality, Art, Design, Media, Culture & Performance CUMIS (University of Cambridge)

DOCUMENTATION
Callesen J., Nilsen K. (2004) From lab to stage: Practice-based research in Performance Animation” in Digital Creativity Vol. 15 no. 1 (pp. 32 -38) edited by Maureen Thomas, Swets & Zeitlinger publishers, Lisse, The Netherlands.

Callesen J., Kajo M. and Nilsen K. (2003) The Performance Animation Toolbox; developing tools and methods through artistic research in ‘New visions in performance: the impact of digital technologies’ edited by Gavin Carver and Colin Beardon. Swets & Zeitlinger publishers, Lisse, The Netherlands.

 

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