empathy machine

Artist Residency slowdanger, Cornelius Henke, Char Stiles (2019)

Learn more about the project on slowdanger’s website here.

In summer 2019, experimental dance collective, slowdanger (Anna Thompson and Taylor Knight) participated in a residency at the STUDIO to develop “empathy machine”, a full-length multidisciplinary and audiovisual performance that explores social reflexes surrounding intimacy and empathy.

The project features a 20-foot diameter interactive light ring developed by project collaborator Cornelius Henke, aka Projectile Objects, and a custom computer vision tracking system created by computational artist, BCSA alumna and STUDIO artist-in-residence, Char Stiles.

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