I’m very excited to announce that my SpaceLab workshop at the 2015 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space (June 18-28) is now live.
The workshop is: Crossmedia: Design and Implementation of New Music-Theatre Projects
In the workshop, I’ll examine the possibilities of extending live storytelling through a transmedia approach to design and dissemination of new music-theatre projects. Distilled through an examination of still emerging trends in crossmedia practice, the workshop will explore the methodology and implementation for re-imagining pervasive, stage-based, storytelling online, to co-exist with and enhance the live performance experience. Utilising a range of approaches to distributive narrative, the workshop will cover both the design and use of effective digital tools that are available to enhance primary devised dramatic material. Examples in live performance integration, remediated, and time-shifted interactive elements will be provided and discussed.
It will be taking enrolments starting in early February.
The Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space is the largest scenography event in the world that explores a wide range of scenographic practices – from stage design and costume design to lighting design, sound design and new scenographic practices such as site-specific, applied scenography, urban performance, costume as performance, and much more. In the last decade, the Prague Quadrennial has developed from periodical exhibition event into organization providing international platform for continuous projects focusing on scenography education, exhibitions, exchanges, publications, commissioned projects, international symposia as well as permanent electronic scenography newsletter, library and art school world database. The main theme of the Prague Quadrennial 2015 is SharedSpace: Music Weather Politics