The following list of the links can be found throughout this site in different contexts.
(cut and paste into the ‘search’ box to find them on the site)
Art Practice and Development Research Group, Amsterdam School of the Arts
Dance Department/ Theaterschool, Amsterdam School of the Arts
Department of Media and Cultural Studies, University of Utrecht (Theatre Studies)
ICKamsterdam – Emio Greco | PC
Netherlands Media Art Institute
Tanzplan Biennale 08 Documentation
Transmedia Knowledge Base for Contemporary Dance
Espaço do Tempo
R-Research Projects. Wayne McGregor | Random Dance
Siobhan Davies Replay/ Archive
Synchronous Objects for One Flat Thing, reproduced
Variable Media Network
The following materials were distributed at the start of the project as a starting point.
- Preparation Documents: for the Dance and new media: new ways of creating and documenting dance symposium organised in collaboration with Cinedans 2006 with a focus on the EG|PC Notation/ Archive Interdisciplinary Research Project (Amsterdam, July 2006)
- Choreographic Resources: two articles by Norah Zuniga Shaw and Scott deLahunta that describe and contextualise the Emio Greco | PC research project alongside that of three other choreographers and their organisations: Siohban Davies Dance, Wayne McGregor|Random Dance and William Forsythe and The Forsythe Company. Researchers from each of these other projects will be periodically attending IMK events as members of our International Associates Network.
- A main resource for the project is the book and accompanying DVDs: Capturing Intention: documentation, analysis and notation research based on the work of Emio Greco | PC. Amsterdam: Emio Greco | PC and Amsterdam School of the Arts. (October 2007).
- On the ICKAmsterdam of Emio Greco | PC there are several texts available in the “downloadables” section. The ‘interviews (gabriel smeets)’ and ‘salon papers’ are all recommended background reading. Also see the original Seven Necessities.
- Additionally, go to SARMA and search on Pieter C. Scholten for his text Statement on Dance Criticism.
- The NIMK team has been gathering the following material about documentation and models. From the Inside Installations Project go to “research” and look in the menu to the left for the Inside Installation Documentation Model. The Variable Media Network and Stephen Gray’s MA Dissertation Building the Performance Art Data Structure (PADS) (find it here).
Brief bibliography of related materials:
Badiou, Alan(2005) Handbook of Inaesthetics, Stanford University Press: Stanford.
Blackwell, A. F. and T. R. G. Green, Notational Systems The Cognitive Dimensions of Notations framework , in J.M. Carroll (ed.) HCI Models, Theories and Frameworks: Toward a Multidisciplinary Science, San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann, 2003, pp. 103-34.
Carter, Paul (2004) ‘Offcuts of Infinity: Artistic Collaboration and Material Thinking’ Material Thinking: Collaborative Realisation and the Art of Self- Becoming, Melbourne: 177-194.
deLahunta, Scott, Philip Barnard (2005) What’s in a Phrase?, in Johannes Birringer and Josephine Fenger (eds.), Tanz im Kopf/Dance and Cognition, Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft für Tanzforschung 15, Münster: LIT Verlag.
deLahunta, Scott, Phil Barnard, Wayne McGregor (2007) “AugmentingChoreography: using insights from Cognitive Science”, in Routledge Reader in Contemporary Choreography. . eds. Jo Butterworth and Liesbeth Wildschut. London: Routledge. (upcoming 2009).
deLahunta, Scott, Wayne McGregor, Alan Blackwell (2004) ‘Transactables’, Performance Research 11(4): 53 62.
Engelhardt, Y. The language of graphics, PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2002
Fabius, Jeroen (2007) “Looking Back, Transfer and Collectivity”, in Company in the School: between experiment and heritage, EG|PC
Forsythe, William (2008) Choreographic Objects in William Forsythe: Suspense. (Catalogue from exhibition at Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal 17 May 29 June 2008), Zürich: JRP/Ringier.
Green, T. R. G. and M. Petre, Usability Analysis of Visual Programming Environments: A Cognitive Dimensions Approach , Journal of Visual Languages and Computing (1996): 131 74.
Groves, Rebecca, Norah Zuniga Shaw and Scott Delahunta Talking about Scores. William Forsythe’s Vision for a New Form of Dance Literature in: Sabine Gehm (et al) Knowledge in Motion. Perspectives of Artistic and Scientific Research in Dance. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2007: 91-100
Hutchinson, Anne. Choreo-Graphics: a comparison of dance notation systems from the 15th Century to the present. Australia: Gordon & Breach. 1998 Edition.
Johnson, Catherine, J. and Allegra Fuller Synder(1999) Securing Our Dance Heritage: Issues in the Documentation and Preservation of Dance. Council on Library and Information Resources, July.
Laermans, Rudi, Hugo Haeghens, and Gerald Siegmund (2003) Mediale Bemiddelingen. Over Vincent Dunoyer en anderen. Cultureel Centrum Maasmechelen.
Louppe, Lawrence (ed.), Traces of Dance, Paris: Editions dis Voir, 1994.
Ploebst, Helmut (2001) No wind no word. New Choreography in the Society of Spectacle. pp. the chapter on EGPC
Schwartz, Ellen (ed.), Tracking, Tracing, Marking, Pacing (catalog from movement drawing show), NYC: Pratt Institute, 1982.
Thomas, Helen (2004) “Reconstruction and Dance as Embodied Textual Practice”, in Alexandra Carter (ed.), Rethinking Dance History: A reader, London and New York: Routledge.
Tufte, Edward : The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, 1983; Envisioning Information, 1990; and Visual Explanations, 1997; all published by Graphics Press, Cheshire CT.
Whatley, Sarah, Allender, Paul and Varney, Ross (2007) Digitizing Siobhan Davies Dance , Body Space Technology 7(2).