Three new performances using OpenPTrack as the interface between movement and media will run during the Noviembre Electrónico festival at the Centro Cultural San Martín in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The pieces were developed during UCLA REMAP and cheLA‘s Laboratorio de Interactividad Corporal (Body Interactivity Laboratory), which got underway this past February. Created by teams of Buenos Aires-based choreographers, directors, composers, performers, writers, dramaturgs, media artists and designers, they each use OpenPTrack in very different ways. For more information about the Lab processes and the performances, please click here.
For showtimes and ticket information, please click the links below:
Flock and Jorge Cárdenas Recovery at 7PM and 9PM on Saturday, November 10 and 7PM on Wednesday, November 14.
The Artificial Grandparents at 5PM on Saturday, November 10.
Noviembre Electrónico unites electronic arts and digital culture. Twelve spaces offer more than fifty free activities for different audiences. During its six previous editions, more than 90,000 visitors shared immersive experiences, interactive art, workshops, electronic music shows, robotic congresses, video games, digital fabrication, drones, performances, and virtual and augmented reality exhibitions. Each edition offers different approaches to the convergence between art, science and technology, expressing the experimental identity of the Cultural San Martín, and exploring the construction of new audiences. The 2018 edition has the support of Centro Cultural Recoleta, Galileo Galilei Planetarium, CCK, Milion and several satellite sites.