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|Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl|
|Date||Saturday September 24|
|Time||8:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
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30 North 3rd St.
San Jose, CA 95112
DOUBLE VISION presents:
Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Byte #0)
Bay Area intermedia performance group DOUBLE VISION is presenting a new work combining elements of dance, music, video, and installation in an immersive evening of cellular struggle, oscillating flesh and digital drama. Adapted from John Conway’s Game of Life, performers and technology dynamically respond to one another creating unusual and sometimes beautiful patterns within the vast gallery space of WORKS/San José.
Cast of performers include: Liz Bootz, Bonner Butler, Sean Clute, Amanda Crawford, Dorsey Dunn, Dave Holton, Marielle Jakobsons, Pauline Jennings, Jason B Jones, Amy Leonards, Amy Nielson, Sonia Reiter, Isabelle Sjahsam, Max Stoffregen, Agnes Szelag, Bill Wolter and Nicole Zvarik.
DOUBLE VISION is a collective of performers, musicians, dancers, video-artists, and technology aficionados. Together, the group creates events and immersive environments utilizing unconventional spaces or transforms conventional spaces through unconventional means. One of their primary objectives is creating links between the physical world and digital worlds using computers, sensors, networks and custom-designed software interfaces.
DOUBLE VISION was formed in December, 2003 by Sean Clute and Pauline Jennings as an means to work with others interested in questioning and altering the landscape of dance, music and video. There first major collaboration came in the form of Involution 2, a cross-country, NY & CA event held at 23 Windowz, Brooklyn, NY. Double Vision commonly collaborates with other performance groups in and outside of the Bay Area, including video artist, Nick Fox-Gieg (LA), Lux (Amoeba Technology, NY), and Zemi-17 (New York).
During its brief existence, DOUBLE VISION has curated and performed pieces in New York, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco, Albuquerque, the WWW and will soon be featured in a national PBS broadcast.