This week I did three more interviews for case studies for the second part of the book: with Roosna & Flak, Frank Baldé from STEIM, and Jeff Carey.
Roosna & Flak have been working with sensors in their dance performances over the past four years. From their website: “The core of their work is the dancing body’s possibilities and limitations, in a constant dialogue with the digital technologies and discourses that extend and counterpoint it.”
Frank Baldé from STEIM has worked over many decades developing software environments for mapping, and helping artists to create their mappings in these softwares.
Jeff Carey about his instrument or setup consisting of a joystick, a pad controller and a keypad, and a whole bunch of SuperCollider code.
I am looking forward to work these interviews further out into chapters for the book early next year!