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indelible update

In 2005 I finished a practice-as-research PhD called Indelible. It’s about improvisation, archives, memory and liveness in dance and performance and although it’s already a bit dated I thought it still might be of interest to people involved in performance and dance research, or who are doing practice-as-research projects.

Indelible was originally presented on a DVD-ROM (those were the days) and every now and again I get people asking for copies. I’ve decided to make both the Windows and Mac versions available as free downloads. Some further details about the project are available at skellis.net/a-hypermedia-remembering.

Please note two things:

  • the downloads are large (approximately 2GB)
  • the Interactive component of the Mac OS X version will not work on recent (post July 2011) Intel-based Macs running Lion or Mountain Lion. I’m working on a fix.
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