During recently held ‘Workshop with Choreographic Objects‘ under the guidance of Scott deLahunta, I had an opportunity to get an introduction of the project Whatever Dance Toolbox – WDT by the members of BADco., Ana Kreitmeyer and Tomislav Medak (check the video guidance bellow review).
WDT by BADco., photo by Tom Medak (cc)
Kinetic sculptures and robotics could be also perceived in perfomative aspect, not only as installations communicating within the object itself and the creator – sculptor, engineer, passionate geek.
Therefore, I’ve picked up Peter William Holden‘s installations and cinematix approach where he tend to re-interpret the space, objects, movements, music and choreography of ‘wired’ objects; making the idea of robotics pretty poetic.
Arabesque by P. W. Holden taken from Ars Electronica
At first I just thought that she’s an Italian artists living in Amsterdam, but then I saw that she studied the History of Art and Ethnology in Zagreb, and later Fashion Design at Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. Anyway, she would get this review, even if she would be from cold Pluto, so let’s start.
Photo: Bag ‘Hommage a Remington’ by Patrizia Dona (c)