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Danceroom Spec troscopy. Dr. David Glowacki, PhD, MA. www .davidglowacki.wordpress.com. Principal Collaborators. Phil Tew – creative programmer and PMS resident Laura Kreifman – Guerrilla Dance Project, choreographer, dancer, and generally enthusiastic person

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Danceroom

Spectroscopy

Dr. David Glowacki, PhD, MA

www.davidglowacki.wordpress.com

principal collaborators
Principal Collaborators
  • Phil Tew – creative programmer and PMS resident
  • Laura Kreifman – Guerrilla Dance Project, choreographer, dancer, and generally enthusiastic person
  • Prof Joseph Hyde – music dept., Bath Spa
  • Lee Malcolm – electronic artist and friend
  • Becca Rose – project assistant, artist, designer
  • Lots of others– Charlie Williams, Prof. Mike Ashfold, etc.
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What happens when scientists do art projects…

it results in the most awkward name an art project could have:

dance room

spec tros co py

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Spectroscopy: The use of light to obtain information about matter

...not many people know what spectroscopy is, but they should.

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What might our eyes see if they were able to resolve the microscopic nanoscale world?

We don’t actually know, but we (even scientists) make pictures anyway…

artwork by Becca Rose

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What drives dynamics, change, movement and flux on the nanoscale?

Energy “Landscapes”

…from the simple

to the complex...

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So that’s the scientific context for danceroom spectroscopy, what was the spark?

Like lots of ideas, its origins can be traced to the “liquid network”*

Lee J. Malcolm of Vessels

*Steven Johnson

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Questions

  • Is it possible to literally step intoand interact with a nano-scale energy landscape?
  • How can we fuse everyday, macroscopic motion with the invisible motion on the nanoscale?

A. By turning people’s motion into energy fields that warps the energy landscape of a liquid nano-world

Sounds and visuals can then be generated from people’s motion

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People’s real-time motion is like waves and ripples that affect the atomic energy landscapes and the particle dynamics

The ripples and waves can be mapped into sounds

FT

FT

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What’s the feedback been like?

“better than church”

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Themes, ideas and observations that have emerged from dS

  • What we reveal with dS isn’t so different from what is actually happening to us as we sit here
  • Representing people as energy fields leads to
    • a different way of thinking about self
    • removal of inhibitions
  • A number of everyday linguistic metaphors are in terms of energy transfer; dS constructs a visual representation of these phenomena
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Themes, ideas and observations that have emerged from dS

  • dS captures some analogies between lived experience and particle dynamics
    • Things are stochastic – i.e., neither fully random nor deterministic
    • beauty/order are delicately balanced with apparent chaos
  • dS offers an interesting glimpse of accelerated human evolution, resulting in strangers choreographing their motion together
  • More interesting patterns emerge with coherent, cooperative human action
reflections on the art science interface
reflections on the art/science interface
  • Science, like any human endeavor, relies on successful communication
  • While the criteria for success are different, both are attempting some sort of representation/model of the world around us
  • On the frontiers of fundamental science, one often finds no right answer – rather different models and ways of understanding
ds and culture
dS and culture
  • Both art and science are going to be critical in addressing the issues facing humanity – creating new technology will be just as important as creating new ways of thinking/relating to one another & the invisible world
  • Our response to issues concerning water, air, climate, and pollution depend critically on how much “reality” we ascribe to the invisible world around us
future plans
Future Plans…
  • Phil Tew will be working on the software full-time over the next 8 mos.
  • Continued collaboration with Laura K and Joseph Hyde
  • SxSW festival – Austin, TX
  • Aiming at a wave-themed exhibition/performance as part of the upcoming cultural olympiad in Weymouth

www.davidglowacki.wordpress.com

Or you can google ‘danceroom spectroscopy’

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www.davidglowacki.wordpress.com

Or you can google ‘danceroom spectroscopy’