Join members of the Reciprocity Collaborative for an evening featuring composed, improvised, and interactive music, dance, and technology questioning how real-time responsiveness alters the purpose, power, and potential of performative work.
Scores have historically served as a form of technology, forever changing the way artists composed, recorded, and performed their craft. Whether it’s the familiar sheet music depicting pitches and dynamic markings, or the various forms of graphic notation, scores have provided a structure for interacting with instruments, other artists, and surrounding environment. With recent progress in software and hardware, and an increased interest in interactivity, explore how contemporary technology fits into the structure of performance.
Above: Image © 2015: Reciprocity Collaborative