Vision of Theater (Robert Wilson)

[:en]Interfaz desarrollada para el interactivo ‘Visionary of Theater’ de Robert Wilson realizado por Paul Kaiser (Riverbed)
para los proyectos de Knowles.


‘Visionary Of Theatre’ CD-ROM In this multimedia exploration of theatre artist robert wilson’s early work, Kaiser exhumes vanished performances of the late 60s and early 70s through an active interrogation of the archive and of participants’ memories. The exploration focuses on two main strands of this ground-breaking theatre: staging and movement. for staging, for example, Kaiser has wilson draw the structure of seven day play ka mountain, and then ties this drawn performance to the surviving bits of video, photograph, and drawing in the archive. for movement, wilson illustrates his key principles by performing them. Yo desarrolle la interfaz grafica de la obra sonora de Christopher Knowles. Junio a Agosto 2008.


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AUTORES: concept + direction: Paul Kaiser

programming: Mitch Yawitz

cinematography: Babette Mangolte

postproduction: Nam Szeto

chair animation: Shelley Eshkar

image processing: Sylvia Molina, Nam Szeto, Greg Andre, Matt Collins, Kevin Slavin

sound engineering: Alex Noyes, David Bartel

additional programming: Jim Gasperini

content consultation: Robert Wilson, Cindy Lubar-Bishop, Andy de Groat, Christopher Knowles, Paul Schmidt, Robyn Brentano, Fred Kolo, Scotty Snyder, Michael Shamberg wilson archive expertise: Geoffrey Wexler, Jan Linders, Dennis Redmond, Seth Goldstein, Sarah Ziebell-Mann

benefactors: Robert W. Wilson, The Byrd Hoffman Foundation, Harvestworks, Steven Beer, Herbert and Joy Kaiser, The New York Library for the Performing Arts

special thanks: Kathryn Kaiser, Jane Nisselson



Screenings and installations

The Pompidou Center, the New York Film Festival, the Berlin Film Festival, the Rotterdam Film Fesitval, the Pandaemonium Festival of the Moving Image (London), the 30th International Conference of Art Critics (Paris), the Torino Dance Festival, Jacobs Pillow, and George Mason University.

Theatre of Drawings exhibits

Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design Gallery; the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art; the Festival Cervantino, Guanajuato, Mexico; Art Association’s ArtWest Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming; the McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas.


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