Naturally, as a follow-up to a series of blog posts thematizing innovation and prototyping announced last week, this edition of Pocket cinema presents definitely the most important scientist and inventor of all times – Nikola Tesla.
Selected works by Compagnie Adrien M for today’s edition of Body cinema screening… Compagnie Adrien M has been founded by the French juggler and computer scientist Adrien Mondot. The company mixes computer graphics, lighting, juggling and dance.
This is the second part of the interview with choreographer and dancer Brice Leroux. Read the first part here: Interview with Brice Leroux, part 1, Dancing lumino kinetics
Electron-positron interaction from Continum by Brice Leroux
French choreographer and dancer Brice Leroux presented in February his lumino kinetic dance piece ‘Solo#2-Fréquences‘ at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb. The guest performance was organized by Eurokaz – The International Festival of New Theatre.
Photo of Brice Leroux by Sandra Piretti (c)