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February 9, 2015 BSJSchool | No votes | 91 Views
On September 12, 2014 the Ballet San Jose Trainees were invited to Stanford University to meet theoretical physicist Dr. David Glowacki and explore movement in his danceroom Spectroscopy installation. This interactive installation, rooted at the interface of interactive chemical physics, real-time supercomputing, digital art, and education, interpreted the dancers as energy fields, allowing them to influence both sound and image using movement. Explore further the convergence of technology with art, music and movement at Ballet San Jose's Bodies of Technology program, March 27-29. More information about the performance and the Trainee program available at balletsj.org .
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