• 22.11.2022 – Simulating Idiosyncratic Movement Qualities
    The research project “Translating Idiosyncratic Movement Qualities” has been presented at the conference EAI Arts IT 2022.
  • 07.09.2022 – Encoding Embodied Creativity
    Summary Encoding Embodied Creativity is an upcoming online Symposium that marks the conclusion of the E2-Create Marie Curie Fellowship. This fellowship explored through research and creation how choreographic methods can inform novel creative approaches in other artistic fields, especially those in which computational and generative techniques lie at the core of artistic expression. Several speakers… Continue reading 07.09.2022 – Encoding Embodied Creativity
  • 08.07.2022 – CCL Chatham-Showing
    Several participants of the Choreographic Coding Lab Chatham presented their outcomes to the public.
  • 23.06.2022 – MOCO – Presentation
    The research project “Generative Dance – A Taxonomy” has been presented at the conference MOCO 2022.
  • 11.06.2022 – Embodied Machine – Artist Talk
    The premiering of the piece “Embodied Machine” was followed by an artist talk. The participants of the talk were Muriel Romero, Pablo Palacio, Daniel Bisig, Raquel Buj, and Gilles Jobin. The talk was moderated by Àngels Margarit.
  • 11.06.2022 – Embodied Machine – Performance
    The dance piece “Embodied Machine” was premiered at Mercat de les Flors. The show formed part of the expanded ISEA2022 schedule.
  • 10.05.2022 – GenAiCHI – Presentation
    The research project Puppeteering AI has been presented at the CHI 2022 conference during the workshop on Generative AI and HCI.
  • 06.05.2022 – CSM – Presentation
    A talk entitled “Movement Qualities for Digital Art – From Interviews to Computer Simulation” has been given at CSM (Centre for Computational Science and Mathematical Modelling, Coventry University).
  • 21.04.2022 – EvoMusArt – Presentation
    The research project Expressive Aliens has been presented at the conference EvoMusArt 2022.
  • 10.03.2022 – Cie Gilles Jobin Residency – Showing
    To conclude the technical residency at Cie Gilles Jobin, Instituto Stocos presented some experiments using live motion capture, machine learning, and movement sonification. The audience consisted of creative directors for cultural venues and festivals, city officials related to cultural funding, and members of the Gilles Jobin dance company
  • 07.01.2022 – CCL Berlin -Showing
    Several participants of the Choreographic Coding Lab Berlin presented their outcomes to organisers and participants of all the other Kollisionen Workshops that took place at UDK Berlin.
  • 18.12.2021 – Artificial Intimacy – Showing
    An open day and showing was offered to the general public a Südufer in Freiburg/Germany. This event presented several choreographic sketches that demonstrate the current outcomes of the research and production project “Artificial Intimacy“. Due to Covid restriction in place at the time, it was eventually decided to conduct the showing only for a very… Continue reading 18.12.2021 – Artificial Intimacy – Showing
  • 15.12.2021 – GA – Presentation
    The research project Puppeteering AI has been presented at the GA 2021 conference.
  • 18.09.2021 – Decoding Dance – Showing
    At the end of a 5 days workshop entitled “Decoding Dance”, the participants presented several choreographic involving dancers interacting with technology to the public. The workshop was taught together with Instituto Stocos at Mercat de les Flors.
  • 26.07.2021 – AIMC – Best Paper Award
    The paper describing the project Raw Music from Free Movements has received the best paper award from the AIMC 2021 conference.
  • 20.07.2021 – AIMC – Presentation
    The research project Raw Music from Free Movements has been presented at the AIMC 2021 conference. A video of the corresponding session (paper session 5) is available on the conference website.
  • 15.07.2021 – xCoAx – Presentation
    The research project Granular Dance has been presented at the conference xCoAx 2021.
  • 14.07.2021 – xCoAx – Performance Talk
    A presentation accompanying the performance of the piece Strings was given at the xCoAx 2021 conference.
  • 12.07.2021 – xCoAx – Performance
    The audiovisual piece Strings has been performed at the xCoAx 2021 conference. The performance was conducted in a telematic format with two performers present in Germany and one present in the UK and with the audience attending online.
  • 25.06.2021 – ZKM – Panel Discussion
    As part of the Next Generation Festival, the Center for Art and Media (ZKM) has organised a panel discussion entitled “What impacts does AI have on the creative process”. The participants in the panel discussion were: Claudia Jane Scroccaro, Irini Aravidou, Prof. Dr. Christoph Seibert, Dr. Olivier Pasquet, Dr. Daniel Bisig, and Prof. Ludger Brümmer.
  • 27.04.2021 – Swissnex – Panel Discussion
    As part of the “AI Here and There” series organised by Swissnex, a public panel discussion has been organised on the relationship between AI, Art, and Creativity. To quote from the website: “The “AI Here and There” series sets out to create a transatlantic dialogue on the potentials and pitfalls of AI by discussing a… Continue reading 27.04.2021 – Swissnex – Panel Discussion
  • 26.03.2021 – CSM – Presentation
    A presentation was given to members and students of the Centre for Computational Science and Mathematical Modelling at Coventry University. The presentation outlined the E2-Create project and provided a in depth introduction of the Granular Dance research project.
  • 18.02.2021 – C-DaRE – Discussion
    A discussion among four members of C-DaRE on connections between dance, artificial intelligence and ethics was conducted and released as video recording.
  • 01.07.2020 – C-DaRE Invites – Presentation
    As part of the C-DaRE Invites series of invited presentations, a talk have been given introducing the fellows scientific and artistic background at the intersection of dance and generative art and his plans for the E2-Create project.

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