The Arts Research Center at UC Berkeley is sponsoring the symposium MAKING TIME: Art Across Gallery, Screen, and Stage taking place from April 19-21, 2012. Participants have been invited to respond to the prompt “what does the phrase ‘time-based art’ mean to you?” in advance of the event. This posting is by Jonah Bokaer, Choreographer and Media Artist.
|Photo Credit: Steve Benisty|
- To inhibit the act of vanishing in choreography. To capture choreography, and interrupt its disappearance.
- To intensify the relationship between choreography, visual art, and time-based media.
- To utilize new forms of reproduction, animation, and digital applications, in order to show choreography in real time, after it has been performed.
- To reconfigure the use of time, by situating choreography in new relationships to durational performance.