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Technology brings so much to dance. See a machine that turns motion into music in the short film: The Motion Project
View a great TED TALK by Wayne McGregor
We’re okay so far…got any updates on 12/21/12 for us down here? It’s only like hours away…
To celebrate the Olympics, Video Dance TV presents DANCE SHORT FILMS by Artistic Director Jo Parks (Mobile Dance) entitled ‘Postcards from East London’
￼This is an international dance/film project in which teams of artists work with community groups to create short “moving postcards” of the area in which they live.
Each film is under one-minute long, which present the location through the eyes of the participants.
The result is nine contrasting short films revealing different viewpoints on this vibrant, diverse and rapidly changing part of east London.
The project was funded by High Street 2012, a programme to enhance and celebrate the ribbon of London life that connects the City at Aldgate to the Olympic Park at Stratford in the year of the London Olympics. Postcards from East London was part of Big Dance 2012 in the London 2012 festival, the culmination of the cultural Olympiad.
Watch each video below…
Enjoy the DANCE SHORT FILM: ‘Angel Alley’ the first video presented from the series Postcards from East London. View more videos below…
Enjoy the DANCE SHORT FILM: ‘Bancroft Library’ the second film presented from the series Postcards from London by Artistic Director Jo Parks (Mobile Dance).
Enjoy the DANCE SHORT FILM: ‘Bow Road’ from the series Postcards from London.