In September 2014, Amelie Hinrichsen and Till Bovermann took part in the Choreographic Coding Lab, organised by Jeanne Vogt, Florian Jennet and Scott deLahunta. During the week-long workshop, they worked with dancers/choreographers Joshua Rutter, Lea Pischke and Oliver Connew, trying to find their approach to combine the diverse fields of choreography, programming, dance and sound.
The two studies, Mitbewohner and Best dream ever, are their (first) outcomes, condensed from intense discussions on the respective fields and their relation to each other.
Three wooden sticks connected to a sculptural kinetic object. An experiment about collaboration,
We’d like to thank Jeanne Vogt, Florian Jennet and Scott deLahunta from the Choreographic Coding Lab (as well as Motion Bank). The combination of SuperCollider, X-OSC, and the Influx system by Alberto de Campo for the prototyping process made the programming a breeze.