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From Critical Path: If you’re interested in the cutting edge connection between Dance performance and technology, then take a look at what’s happening during SEAM 2010. The focus will be on Embodiment in Digitally Mediated Environments and includes a 2 day Symposium at the Seymour Centre (15 and 16 Oct), public talks and artist performances/ presentations by Chunky Move (GLOW), Hellen Sky, George Khut and Frédéric Bevilacqua, leader of Real Time Musical Interactions at the Institute for Music/Acoustic Research in Paris. Exhibitions include Christian Ziegler’s (DE) Wald Forest and Emio Greco/PCs Double Skin/ Double Mind installation. SEAM 2010 can be sampled by choreographers, students, musicians, allied artists, geeks’ and the general public in different intensities depending upon their individual requirements. Exhibitions are free, and student and other concessions to the Symposium are only $25 for a full day or $40 for 2 days of talks, installations and performance, presenting the most current research available. Visit the Critical Path Website; www.criticalpath.org.au and follow the links to the SEAM 2010 blog or http://sydney.edu.au/seymour/boxoffice/program_seam.shtml to book.

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