in public private

Installation created with seven dancers in the University of Michigan Dept. of Dance’s First Year Touring Company. The dance began on Zoom, then rehearsed with 5-6 in the studio and others joining remotely, then filmed individual parts on white Marley. Presented the dance on 7 TVs, with 7 DVD players, inside the theater.

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(at least that is how i remember it)

(at least that is how i remember it) Dancers: Sean Hoskins & Emma Seidel Filmed at Betty Pease Studio Theater, Ann Arbor, MI Screened at Third Century Expo, Oct. 26-28, 2017 I created this screendance for the unique 5-screen Pop-Up Projection Pavilion created by Peter Sparling. The Third Century Screens competition solicited entries from alumni, […]

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Start the Ball Rolling

Guest Artist Repertory – Brighton Dance Festival 2017 Music: Run Lola Run Introduction Group work for 6 students. Cumulative theme and variation, inspired by the German film Run Lola Run, in which the lives of the characters are played out three times with subtle variations in timing that yield very different results. In the dance, […]

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2016 Brighton Dance Festival

I had the great opportunity to be involved in this year’s Brighton Dance Festival as a performer, teacher, and choreographer. I took part in the opening night performance, which showcases dance work by the BDF faculty and showed my new solo iSelf in which I dance with a projected manipulated live feed of myself. During the following […]

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Intermitten 2016

I had the great pleasure of being invited to present and perform as part of Intermitten 2016, a conference aimed at exploring innovation and creativity in relation to technology. My talk was highlighted here, and I performed my solo iSelf at the Pop-In, held at the Ann Arbor Arts Center.

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