Choreography and Gesture in Robotic Artworks

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, Jun 3, 2020
William Forsythe, Black Flags, 2014
William Forsythe, Black Flags, 2014. Credit: Thomas Lannes / William Forsythe

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Over the past weeks, I have been researching how gesture can drive the development of robotic artworks. Choreography and robotics are in some ways kindred disciplines; they both deal with the coordination of limbs through space, reacting to and manipulating the surrounding environment and fulfilling tasks whether that is a manufacturing operation or a task set by a choreographer to tease out novel movement patterns from a performer.

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Lucy, John. “Choreography and Gesture in Robotic Artworks.” Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, 3 June 2020, http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/choreography-and-gesture-in-robotic-artworks.html.
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Lucy, John. “Choreography and Gesture in Robotic Artworks.” Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (blog), June 3, 2020. http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/choreography-and-gesture-in-robotic-artworks.html.
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Lucy, J. (2020, June 3). Choreography and Gesture in Robotic Artworks. Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/choreography-and-gesture-in-robotic-artworks.html
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@misc{Lucy2020Choreography, journal = {Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL}, title = {Choreography and Gesture in Robotic Artworks}, url = {http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/choreography-and-gesture-in-robotic-artworks.html}, author = {Lucy, John}, date = {2020-06-03}, year = {2020}, month = {6}, day = {3}, }