Intensive Motion Capture Workshop with Kat Sullivan

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Intensive Motion Capture Workshop with Kat Sullivan

Saturday, April 13, 2019
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1:00PM to 4:00PM

On April 13, join us at CCAM for an intensive workshop with artist and technologist Kat Sullivan! The intensive will offer participants from all backgrounds and experience levels the chance to contribute to Kat’s new work-in-progress, which will demonstrate real-time motion capture data being captured and utilized in a live performance! All members of the Yale community are welcome; no experience necessary! Please email caitlin.harder@yale.edu to register.

Kat Sullivan works at the intersection of movement and technology. After earning her Bachelors in Computer Science and Dance at Skidmore College, she worked as a software engineer and freelanced with various dance companies in the Boston area. At NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), she developed a practice around creative coding, live performance, machine learning, motion capture, and other emerging technologies. She has presented works at Lincoln Center, National Sawdust, Pioneer Works, SXSW, 14th Street Y, and the Liberty Science Center, and was selected for residencies by NYU ITP and Pioneer Works. Currently Ms. Sullivan is an adjunct professor at NYU, teaching courses on motion capture, live performance, and programming. You can read more about her creative practice here: http://katsully.com.

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