In this paper, I review recent interactive music and dance collaborations and discuss my composition interest in mapping sound to bodily movement in the field of computer music. I argue that the engineering perspective of this field of research should be broadened to include, in particular, creative composition processes in collaboration with professionally trained contemporary dancers. I then introduce my investigation into using the Gametrak controller to create choregraphic stimuli via the choreographic methods of the contemporary dance choreographers William Forsythe and Wayne McGregor, and set up a compositional model based on that proposed by the composer Simon Emmerson. Finally, I demonstrate how my research is articulated through a presentation of my original works.
|Title of host publication||International Conference on Live Interfaces|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
- Compositional Approach
- Practice Based Research
- Methodological approach
Jung, J. I. (2018). Bridging Abstract Sound and Dance Ideas with Technology: Interactive Dance Composition as Practice-Based Research. In International Conference on Live Interfaces https://live-interfaces.github.io/2018/pdf/ICLI2018-Jung.pdf