Dixon Place presents Adam Stasiw's "Superhighway"
Experience "Superhighway", the software-driven exploration of humanity's travels through physical and digital space.
Using an original piece of software, a Kinect camera, and a cast of performers, Adam Stasiw's "Superhighway" explores what it means to travel. Visual projections and music are generated in real-time by algorithms responding to the motions of dancers on stage. Using computer vision and machine learning, Adam's program interacts with the human bodies that share the space. This piece of dance-theater interrogates our commuting habits, ponders our future, and reflects on the absurdity and poignancy of our daily lives.
Come join us for this 30-minute showing of Adam Stasiw's debut work as an NYC choreographer. Starring Yael Nachajon, Shayna Strype, Holly Linneman, Laura Hamm, and Patricia Chen, with photography/videography by Julia Discenza and recorded music by Greg Stasiw.
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