Mar 12

Cancelled - POP UP: Installation of Wearable Robotic Wings

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Movement Lab, Milstein Center LL020
  • Add to Calendar 2020-03-12 11:00:00 2020-03-12 17:00:00 Cancelled - POP UP: Installation of Wearable Robotic Wings Given the uncertainty in the coming weeks around the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have decided to postpone this installation, especially in light of Barnard/Columbia's class cancelation. Please note this decision was made out of an abundance of caution, and there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 on campus at this time. We hope to reschedule the event and will be in touch with details as they become available. Thank you for your interest and please direct any questions to movement@barnard.edu.   Come to the lab for an installation of breath and motion activated robotic wings from Kate Ladenheim and Amy LaVier's work-in-progress, Babyface. This installation will be followed by our monthly MeMoSa where Kate and Amy will share and welcome feedback on Babyface; a performance that explores how the interaction of bodies and machines can sharpen and/or subvert expressions of identity, specifically expressions of gender. Movement Lab, Milstein Center LL020 Barnard barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

Given the uncertainty in the coming weeks around the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have decided to postpone this installation, especially in light of Barnard/Columbia's class cancelation. Please note this decision was made out of an abundance of caution, and there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 on campus at this time. We hope to reschedule the event and will be in touch with details as they become available. Thank you for your interest and please direct any questions to movement@barnard.edu.

 

Come to the lab for an installation of breath and motion activated robotic wings from Kate Ladenheim and Amy LaVier's work-in-progress, Babyface.

This installation will be followed by our monthly MeMoSa where Kate and Amy will share and welcome feedback on Babyface; a performance that explores how the interaction of bodies and machines can sharpen and/or subvert expressions of identity, specifically expressions of gender.

Performer wears robotic wings