1. Dance Formations Made Easy by ArrangeUs
Easy, fast and stylish ArrangeUs has everything to help choreographers to move their formations from paper to the App. With this app you can: watch animated transitions, name your dancers and change their colors, leave comments for each position, customize stage with various settings, and more. Dance formations made easy.
On this app... Create complex dance formations. With a clean and user friendly user face, you can create flashmob sized dance numbers to smaller more intimate dances. Dance your dancers, move them on and off stage, and watch all the transition animations.
2. Norah Zuniga Shaw's Blog With a background in choreography and environmental science, Zora is an interdisciplinary artist working in a blend of mediums and genres from live sound and movement performance, to data visualization, film, interactive media installations, virtual reality, writing, audio walks and participatory theater. On this blog... Follow Norah's process of making dance that matters. Check out her portfolio as well as blog entries about her life and process. https://www.norahzunigashaw.com/blog
3. YiLab by SU WenChi
In 2005, SU Wen-Chi founded YiLab. in Taiwan, an experimental group of new media and performance artists working on integrating new technology with the performing arts, and seeking to present new performing formats. YiLab.’s philosophy is: in a work, there is not just one dominant medium, only concepts that appear similar but collide with one another; every artist involved is an independent entity who has his/her own artistic trajectory, can freely put forward their viewpoint and undertake in-depth exploration of the core significance of the theme.
One this site... See experts of the incredibly stunning work of YiLab. YiLab takes the word "interdisciplinary" to the next level. Check out this stunning website.
4. Motion Bank by The Forsythe Company
Motion Bank was a four-year project the Forsythe Company providing a broad context for research into choreographic practice. The main focus was on the creation of on-line digital scores. Guest artists include Deborah Hay, Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion, Bebe Miller and Thomas Hauert.
One this site... Dig into the archival and research processes lead by the Forsythe Company. Explore online dance scores, supporting dance during Corona, annotation as resource practice, online score tutorials, guest artist practices, and much more.