Wednesday, July 23, 2008

WAY overdue.

Massive apologies for not getting this one out sooner.

My friend Simon over at (which, if you haven't already spent at least a few minutes exploring - go!) sent me a few items of note a LONG time ago, which i've been remiss on posting.

first, "A Hypermedia Remembering" by Simon Ellis, is an abstract of his hypermedia system, described as "a reflective and painstakingly thorough response to the difficulties and possibilities of presenting and doing practice as research, and as such, is an invaluable resource for performance makers and artists working and researching within or alongside academic contexts."

second, "From Hyperchoreography to Kinaesthediting" by Simon Fildes, is a very thorough abstract to the hyperchoreography project that appears on the site.

You can also check out the "
writing" section of the site for a number of other great articles.
It's really interesting to see how others (both in the spectrum of "Hypermedia/hyperchoreography and outside it but working with similar approaches) are coming at these ideas. Would love to hear any impressions!

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