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Somewhere between improvisation and composition, art and science, lies Triggered - a dance-music-digital performance that builds on the Cage-Cunningham legacy of interaction between music, dance and technology. Dancers initiate music by interacting with free-standing and suspended sculptures. Sound and movement evolve in response to feedback, producing a sophisticated, highly-charged performance.
Performing, choreographing, composing and building the production are composers Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Tom Hall, Richard Hoadley, choreographer Jane Turner with dancers David Ogle and Ann Pidcock. Special guest composers and performers are Sam Hayden and Jonathan Impett.
Papers and publications related to Triggered
Performances and demonstrations (2012) Conway Hall Confidential: Three Sounding Sculptures Sculptural algorithmic installation, April 13th-14th, Conway Hall, London http://rhoadley.net/comp/calder/conway_confidential_info-s.pdf (2011) Triggered Sculptural custom hardware and software interfaces and automatic composition for performers and dancers, June 13, Kings Place, London http://rhoadley.net/comp/triggered/kingsplace2011.php (2010) Triggered Sculptural custom hardware and software interfaces and automatic composition for performers and dancers, with Tom Hall, Jane Turner, Cheryl Frances-Hoad. Performance for CoDE New Materialism Conference, Anglia Ruskin University, Monday 21st June 2010. http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/microsites/code/code_events/code_events_archive/new_materials_symposium.html Performance for Correspondence, a weekend of Creative Practice, London Metropolitan University, Saturday 26th June 2010. http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thefacility/events/correspondence.cfm (2010) MIST (Museums, Interfaces, Spaces, Techologies) Invited performance using custom built hardware and software, AHRC Workshop, 22nd-23rd, Cambridge March 2010. http://moodle.expressivespace.org (2010) Cage Musicircus Performance using Wired, Gagglina and Gaggle to the collaborative performance, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, 10th November 2010. http://rhoadley.net/images/cage_musicircus-s.pdf (2009) Gaggle: Hardware and Software Interface and Composition Hardware, software, composition and performance commissioned by British Computer Society HCI conference 2009, Cambridge, September. http://rhoadley.net/comp/gaggle/ Publications (2013) Touching Sound: Vulnerability and Synchronicity Sam Aaron, Phil Barnard, ian Cross, Santinder Gill, Tommi Himberg, Richard Hoadley, Helen Odell-Miller, Rob Toulson, and Bonnie Kempske Proceedings of the CHI2013 workshop on Designing for and with vulnerable people http://di.ncl.ac.uk/vulnerability/files/2013/02/Aaron_DFWVP2013.pdf (2011) The Metapiano: composing and improvising with sculpture Proceedings of International Symposium for Electronic Arts, Istanbul, 2011 http://isea2011.sabanciuniv.edu/dr.hoadley (2011) Sculpture as music interface Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, University of Huddersfield, 2011 (ISBN: 978-0-9845274-0-3) http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/p/pod/dod-idx/sculpture-as-music-interface.pdf?c=icmc;idno=bbp2372.2011.089 (2010) Form and function: examples of music interface design Proceedings of the HCI2010 Conference, Dundee http://rhoadley.net/texts/hci2010/hci2010_submission_108.pdf (2010) Implementation and development of sculptural interfaces for digital performance of Music through Embodied Expression Proceedings of the Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference, London, (IBSN: 978-1-906124-65-6) http://ewic.bcs.org/content/ConWebDoc/36096 (2010) Implementation and development of interfaces for music performance through analysis of improvised dance movements Proceedings of the 128th Audio Engineering Society Convention, London, (ISBN: 978-0-937803-74-5) (2010) Implementation and Development of Interfaces for Music Performance through Analysis of Improvised Dance Movements AES 128th Convention, Audio Engineering Society, London, May 22 - May 25, (ISBN: 978-0-937803-74-5), poster Papers and presentations (2012) Touching Sound: technologies for mediated interaction in music therapy Sam Aaron, Ian Cross, Satinder Gill, Tommi Himberg, Richard Hoadley, Helen Odell-Miller, Rob Toulson 7th Nordic Music Therapy Congress, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, June 13-17 http://rhoadley.net/research/abstracts/NMTC2012_abstract_final.pdf (2010) Implementation and development of interfaces for music performance through analysis of improvised dance movements SuperCollider Symposium, Berlin, September 23rd-26th http://supercollider2010.de/conference.html (2010) Intimate physical control of musically expressive algorithms with Satinder Gill, DMRN+5: Digital Music Research Network One-day Workshop 2010 Queen Mary, University of London, Tuesday 21st Dec 2010 (2009) The development of music interfaces through improvised dance movement Paper presented at Collaborative Processes in Music Making: Pedagogy and Practice, University of Surrey, 11th November http://18.104.22.168/archive/palatine/events/viewreport/1577/index.html Workshops (2011) Touching sound: an interactive workshop concerning human computer interaction in health and music This research seeks to describe, implement and analyse work that investigates unique methods of articulating and implementing expressive gesture through physical interaction with objects. Led by Richard Hoadley and Satinder Gill. Anglia Ruskin University, 21st June. (2011) Performance Innovations Workshop Exploring sensor technologies in developing new composition, resulting in a performance sharing. Led by Jane Turner with composers/music technologists Richard Hoadley and Tom Hall London Metropolitan University, 9th June. http://www.performanceinnovations.org
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