Dance Experiment – Video #6

All good things must come to an end, they say.

And sadly, this video is the last of the submissions for the dance experiment.  Siren (kiushu rau) gives us her interpretation of Broken Ones.  As always, any faults in the video lie with me, not the dancer.

Broken Ones – Siren

Now that all the videos are done, I will be putting them on one page on the blog so you can find them all together.  Many (most) of the dancers chose not to watch the other videos until they were done filming their own.  I am blown away by the generosity and creativity of these dancers.

On a scientific note (because this was an experiment, after all!), I think it proves my point that dance in SL is art.  Although they each used the same music, there were varied interpretations from the dancers.  From Siren’s ‘alone in a crowd’ performance to Baby’s abandoned toys to Winnie’s human trash, each performance was unique.

I again want to give these dancers a big hug and a giant Thank You! for volunteering for this little experiment of mine.

Dance Experiment – Video #5

Things continue to move along at light speed, and I am running around like a maniac trying to keep up!  The dancers who volunteered for the dance experiment I proposed have gone above and beyond to help.  The latest video offering I have for you is Winnie’s contribution to the experiment.

Broken Ones – Winnie

The creativity of these dancers is just amazing.

Once again, if there are any flaws in the video, the fault is mine, not those of the dancer.

The dance experiment is fast drawing to a close, so if you have enjoyed these videos, please make sure you tell the dancers when you see them around the grid!

Dance Experiment – Video #3

Whew!  It’s been a busy week – scheduling shoots, filming videos, and then getting them all ready for you.  The dancers are busily working away, and I should have two more videos for you shortly.  We’re down to the last 3 or 4 videos, and then the dance experiment will be finished. 😦

In the meantime, here is the latest video from the experiment, from the incomparable Babypea and her ensemble cast.

As always, any flaws in the video are my fault (or my computer’s or my ISP’s), not those of the dancers.

Broken Ones – Babypea Von Phoenix and cast

Dance Experiment – Video #2

Despite the holiday busy-ness and my full schedule, I managed to find some time to finish up work on one of the dance videos for my little experiment.

This offering is from Lotta Difference (from the Paramount Playhouse – check out their blog here).  I gave all the dancer victims, erm, volunteers a song.  They were to create a routine using that song.  No other limits – they could build a set or not, use emotes or not, etc.

If there are any mistakes in the videos, they are my fault (or my computer’s, or my ISP’s), not those of any of the dancers.

I want to again say a great big Thank You! to those dancers who volunteered their time and energy for this project.

I do have another video in the works.  I will be posting it in the next few days as well.  I still have several other volunteers who are close to being finished, so once I hear from them and film their routines, those videos will be posted.

I have embedded the video, but if it doesn’t show for you, just click the link below.

Lotta Difference – Broken Ones

Enjoy!

 

Dance Experiment Video

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You thought I forgot, didn’t you?

In some previous post threads, I asked the question whether dance in SL is a form of art.  Out of those conversations, an idea for a dance experiment was born.

Give dancers the opportunity to create a routine, but require that each dancer use the same song.  A number of dancers volunteered for the experiment.  They were/are free to create anything they wanted, as long as they used the song I chose.

They could build a set (or not), they could emote (or not), they could use effects (or not) – all creative choices left up to them, except for the music.  I think it will be very interesting to see what happens.  🙂

To the dancers who volunteered, thank you!

The first video is from Sarah Elisabeth Brenham, who has been interviewed on the blog.  The video is embedded, but if it doesn’t show for you, simply click on the link below.

Sarah Elisabeth Brenham – Dance Experiment

Keep watching for more videos from this experiment.  🙂