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The Choreographic Language Agent project is developing an intelligent tool for dance-makers that will broaden understanding of the unique blend of physical and mental processes that constitute dance and choreography.
 
The Choreographic Language Agent project is developing an intelligent tool for dance-makers that will broaden understanding of the unique blend of physical and mental processes that constitute dance and choreography.
  
Project led by [[Scott delaHunta]] under the umbrella of Random Dance R-Research
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Project led by [[Scott delaHunta]] under the umbrella of Random Dance R-Research, funded by Portland Green Cultural Projects.
  
 
Collaborators include [[Marc Downie]], [[Nick Rothwell]], [[Luke Church]], [[Phil Barnard]] and others
 
Collaborators include [[Marc Downie]], [[Nick Rothwell]], [[Luke Church]], [[Phil Barnard]] and others
  
 
[[Crucible Theme: Dance research]]
 
[[Crucible Theme: Dance research]]

Revision as of 16:34, 9 August 2011

The Choreographic Language Agent project is developing an intelligent tool for dance-makers that will broaden understanding of the unique blend of physical and mental processes that constitute dance and choreography.

Project led by Scott delaHunta under the umbrella of Random Dance R-Research, funded by Portland Green Cultural Projects.

Collaborators include Marc Downie, Nick Rothwell, Luke Church, Phil Barnard and others

Crucible Theme: Dance research