The Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union, in collaboration with the European Commission, organized a conference to launch the new Creative Europe Programme for 2021-2027, on June 17-18, in Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon. Experts, practitioners and projects of great impact brought their insights to inspire how to accomplish the vision and objectives of the current cycle. Nuno N. Correia presented the project Moving Digits in a panel dedicated to the High Impact Projects, 17/6/2021: “Experts, practitioners and projects of great impact shall bring their insights to inspire how to accomplish the vision and objectives of the current cycle”.
Nuno Correia presented Moving Digits at the seminar Echoes: Research Projects on Technology, Sound and Public Performance in the City. The event took place on the 29th November 2019, at the Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, University of Lisbon. Nuno participated in the Technology and Performance panel:
Moderador / Chair: Paula Varanda, Instituto de História de Arte, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
BlackBox Lab: Carla Fernandes, Faculdade de Ciêências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Embodied Audio Visual Interaction Group: Atau Tanaka, Goldsmiths – University of London, United Kingdom
Sound Music Movement Interaction: Frédéric Bévilacqua, IRCAM – Centre Pompidou, France
Moving Digits: Nuno N. Correia, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom / Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute – Universidade da Madeira
TEPe Portugal | Technologically Expanded Performance: Jonas Runa, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humans – Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal / Universidade Lusófona, Portugal
TEPe Brasil | Technologically Expanded Performance: Ivani Santana, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brasil
In the scope of the Moving Digits technical week 6-10 May 2019, on 8/5/2019 we presented 3 talks at M-ITI Classroom in the scope of the Moving Digits project:
Stephan Jürgens – Which corporeal dimensions can be computed in contemporary dance? Novel strategies for the visualisation of choreographic thinking in the past decade
Jochen Feitsch – Motion Capturing Creative Area (MOCCA-Project)
William Primett – Coupling Biomedical Sensors with Choreographic Language
Also in the scope of the Moving Digits technical week, on 10/5/2019 Nuno Correia presented the Moving Digits project to Sports Science undergraduate and graduate students of University of Madeira, and respective teaching staff. There was interest in applying technologies adopted and developed by the Moving Digits project, for dance, to the field of sports. Our thanks to the Sports Science department at University of Madeira, in particular Prof. Élvio Rúbio Gouveia and Prof. Ana Luísa Correia.
On 30/July/2015, we presented the results from the second Gen.AV hackathon, at Goldsmiths, University of London. I talked about the research component of Gen.AV, and the different groups performed with their projects.
On the 20th March 2015, I presented my recent work and research at the Alexandrinsky theatre, New Stage building, St. Petersburg. The focus of my presentation was the Gen.AV workshop, hackathon and performance. The Alexandrinsky theatre is one of the most renowned theatres in St. Petersburg, and its New Stage (in a separate building from the main stage) is dedicated to more experimental and exploratory approaches, with an emphasis in integration of new media elements. Event link: http://thenewstage.ru/project/602/nuno-korreyya-vizualizaciya-zvuka-i-muzyki
On 5/March/2015, I presented my latest work on audiovisuals at the London Music Hackspace. The emphasis was on Gen.AV. I presented the results of the Gen.AV hackathon and resulting performance. I also proposed to organize a second Gen.AV hackathon at the Music Hackspace.
On 6/February/2015, we presented the results from the December Gen.AV hackathon, at Goldsmiths, University of London, Cinema room. I talked about the research component of Gen.AV, and the different groups performed with their projects.
On 4/Feb/2015 I presented my latest work and research on AV at VJ London (Juno bar in Shoreditch). The focus was on Gen.AV, as the aim was to promote the performance that would take place two days later.