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http://www.biotran.com/or/103/1929.html software segnali opzioni binarie 60 secondi At the beginning of 2012, Elise commenced a Master of Arts (Research) at Queensland University of Technology (Part-time). Elise would like to use her period of research to further investigate the intersection between traditional modes of dance performance and other screen-based, interdisciplinary and hybrid approaches to the use of digital media and live performance.

Elise has teamed up with fellow researcher and animator http://www.shix.it/oy/7/100.html opzioni binarie e cfd Paul Van Opdenbosch, to collaborate and experiment across disciplines. So far they have played with the latest motion capture technology (Xsens inertia-based system) and an optical motion-capture system to capture dance and gestural movement data and bring it into the digital environment where it has been manipulated and become the basis for a series of short abstract animation works.


365 Project – Company Class

Posted on May 16th, by Elise May in Research. No Comments

Today’s company class in the QPAC rehearsal studio during our Behind Closed Doors season in the Playhouse Theatre.

My name is Elise May and I am a dancer and choreographer. I am a member of Expressions Dance Company. This year …


365 Project – Diagonal planes (floor work)

Posted on March 28th, by Elise May in Research. No Comments

By understanding the way the diagonal planes work and how they are connected intrinsically to the movement of the spine, we are able to bring more clarity and effortlessness to our floor work exercises. Here I show a short drill …


365 Project – Video 18

Posted on January 18th, by Elise May in Research. No Comments

A short video focusing on various inversions, put simply – upside down postures for the body. There has been some research suggesting that the benefits of inverting the body could have long term positive health impact if practiced regularly. In …


365 Project – Video 14

Posted on January 14th, by Elise May in Research, Video Log - 365 Project. No Comments

I’m so excited to take my new VR (Virtual Reality) goggles out of their box… I bought them in China recently and I have been experimenting with the available online videos that have been created for ‘google cardboard’ and ‘oculus …


En Solitaire – (Solo)

Posted on February 12th, by Elise May in Dance Education, Research. No Comments

http://247loan.ca/personal-loans-with-bad-credit-canada personal loans with bad credit canada An experimental study of solo movement inspired by binäre option video Norman McLaren’s Pas de Deux (1968)

En Solitaire is a creative work that has been created in response to a film that is considered by many to be a masterpiece of early …



Animation & Dance

Posted on February 8th, by Elise May in Dance Education, Research. No Comments


Motion Capture

Posted on January 12th, by Elise May in Research. No Comments



Master of Arts Research

Posted on November 18th, by Elise May in Research. No Comments

intervista ricco con opzioni binarie Research Areas of Interest

- Interdisciplinary collaboration
- Dance and animation shared languages and collaborative framework
- The body as site of narrative potential
- How cinematic/digital media handling techniques can be translated and transposed onto the body
- Performative …



Complexity of Practice

Posted on November 18th, by Elise May in Research. No Comments

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To view the overarching context of this research, here is a quick snapshot of the many roles of which I have developed throughout my career as a dance artist:

Dancer / Performer / Soloist
Choreographer / Collaborator
Video …



The Intersection Point

Posted on November 18th, by Elise May in Research. No Comments

I am also interested in methods of creation and documentation such as “re-working”, working with a series based approach, or “re-versioning”, a term used to describe a process whereby digital information may be copied from one platform to another without …