Photo: Jeannette Ginslov. Dance: Wubkje Kuindersma.

Living Archives performs at Re-New Digital Arts Festival

Photo: Jeannette Ginslov. Dance: Wubkje Kuindersma.

Photo: Jeannette Ginslov. Dance: Wubkje Kuindersma.

Dance and Augmented Reality combine to make up the Augmented Choreography of AffeXity: Passages & Tunnels.

From October 29, you are welcome to participate in AffeXity: Passages & Tunnels, a project within the framework of Living Archives exploring “affect in urban spaces”. The activities take place at Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen:

AffeXity: Passages & Tunnels is a project exploring affect in urban spaces. Dance improvisation and screen dance techniques for video capture and editing are the main artistic modalities. The element of Augmented Reality (AR) lets the choreographies be suspended as hidden layers of media living in physical space and on personal mobile phones. An extra dimension of archived material is added, letting AR be part time-machine part performance of memory. This artwork can be experienced individually, or as part of coordinated groups, or you can see the AR media combined with a live performance on 31 October. The AR tags are placed all around the outside the Nikolaj building. You will need the free AR browser Aurasma running on your mobile phones to access the media.

Read more on the Living Archives website.