Wyatt, Katelyn Melissa
Miller, Kara J.
Mind’s Eye is a thirty minute dance choreography and mixed media live performance that explorores the themes of feminism and imagination. The production includes a written score devised for three sections of the dance choreography, a soundtrack created by myself, and mixed media elements. The mixed media elements of the performance includes screendance projection, interactive movement technology, acting, the creation of props and art on stage, one of a kind costumes, and poetry, all to be interactive with the movement elements. The choreography was presented as part of the Spring Footholds concert on March 25th and 26th at the Earle Ernst Lab Theatre, at The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Mind’s Eye was created during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dance, Theater, Contemporary, Dance, Mixed Media, Practice as Research, Technology
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