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Orfeus klagan: solokoreografi för en industrirobot
2010 (Swedish)Artistic output (Unrefereed) [Artistic work]
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Abstract [sv]

Orfeus klaganKoreografi/rörelseprogrammering:Åsa Unander-ScharinMusik: Claudio Monteverdi (ur L’Orfeo, 1607)Dansare: ABB robot IRB 1400Programmering och rörelsekonvertering:Magnus LundinMusikinspelning: Ensemble fortezza(Carl Unander-Scharin/tenor, Keren Bruce/violada gamba, Kerstin Frödin/blockflöjt,Urban Westerlund/orgel)Urpremiär på Dansmuseet i Stockholm år 1998.År 1999 erhöll Orfeus klagan ett hedersomnämnande iVIDA 2.0/Fundación Telefónica i Madrid.Scen- och Sinnesproduktion i samarbete medDansmuseet och Asea Brown Bovery med stöd av SAMI. Solokoreografi för orange industrirobot till Monteverdis aria ur opera L’Orfeo, där Orfeus besjunger sin sorg över Euridices död och beslutar sig för att stiga ner i underjorden. Den 170 cm höga och 500 kg tunga roboten består av tre kroppssegment, tre roterande leder och en gripklo. Rörelsen är skapad i datorprogrammet Motographicon (se Possente Spirto). Se www.operamecatronica.com/press samt video i videogalleriet på www.scenochsinne.se År 1999 erhöll Orfeus klagan ett hedersomnämnande i VIDA 2.0/Fundación Telefónica Art & Artificial Life International Competition med motiveringen: “An installation whose compelling aesthetic relies on the sophistication of its principal element, an industrial robot whose choreographed movement are attuned to music from Monteverdis L’Orfeo. A beautifully executed metaphor for a life, that really does capture our human projections onto machines in an exquisite way. The robot is not autonomous in its environment, in fact it is very visibly controlled and so it makes an ironic twist on a familiar cultural interdependence between choreographer and dancer. It implies an interesting relational equality between human and robot, so although as an image it reminds of the famous pixar luxor lamp, it acquires its lifelikeness in a more subtle way.”

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Stockholm, 2010.
Keywords [sv]
Konstnärligt arbete
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Music
Research subject
Musical Performance
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URN: urn:nbn:se:ltu:diva-33656Local ID: 8e2897c0-02c6-11e0-803d-000ea68e967bOAI: oai:DiVA.org:ltu-33656DiVA, id: diva2:1006894
Note

Godkänd; 2010; Bibliografisk uppgift: Udgiver: R1 Kungliga tekniska högskolans underjordiska experimentscen; 20101208 (asauna)

Available from: 2016-09-30 Created: 2016-09-30 Last updated: 2018-03-01Bibliographically approved

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