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1:1

Daily performances, THU Sept. 7-MON Sept. 11, 2017 (please have a look at "Performance Times" below), POSTCITY Futurelab
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An Ars Electronica Futurelab Academy @ QUT Project

Jacob Watton (AU), Briony Law (AU), Jaymis Loveday (AU), Charles Hendon (AU)

The 1:1 project is about the relationship between a human and a robot camera—how they grow to be able to imagine each other in complex ways, seeing each other on a 1:1 scale. Incorporating elements of dance, theater, and new technology, this work resides at an interstice between human and Other.

The Ars Electronica Futurelab Academy was created to support students and educators from international partner institutions in transdisciplinary practice. Since 2012, the platform has enabled collaborations between Ars Electronica and universities across the world.

Performance Times

THU 7. 9.
7 PM–7:20 PM
8:45 PM–9:05 PM

FRI 8. 9.
6 PM–6:20 PM

SAT 9. 9.
11 AM–11:30 AM micro performance + artist & team Q&A
6 PM–6:20 PM

SUN 10. 9.
11 AM–11:30 AM micro performance + artist & team Q&A
6 PM–6:20 PM

MON 11. 9.
12 noon–12:30 PM performance + artist & team Q&A
2 PM–2:30 PM performance + artist & team Q&A
4 PM–4:30 PM performance + artist & team Q&A
6 PM–6:30 PM performance + artist & team Q&A

Credits

Supported by: Producer: Lincoln Savage (AU); Assistant Producer: Quinty Pinxit-Gregg (AU); Researcher: Nicole Robinson (AU/UK); Dramaturge: Kathryn Kelly (AU); Roboticists: Marisa Bucolo (AU), David Hedger (AU) and Paco Sanchez-Ray (AU); Project Consultant (dramaturg and choreographic development): Dr. Stephanie Hutchinson (AU)

The 1:1 project was realized through the generous support of QUT Creative Lab, Robotronica and QUT Robotics Lab.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.