November 18, 2017
iEcho examines technological phenomena through dance, video and audience interaction.
Echo chambers, robots, algorithms, live feeds, sharing, oversharing, augmented reality, fake reality, and artificial intelligence are technological phenomena that shape our lives and create slippery definitions of reality. iEcho examines some of these topics through dance, video, and audience interaction. Works created by Philadelphia-based artist Nichole Canuso; Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Erin Crawley-Woods; and Director of Dance Sarah Skaggs examine and articulate how our bodies and selves navigate the shape-shifting effects of technology and social media.
- Location: Mathers Theatre, Holland Union Building
- Time: 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Cost: $7 or $5 w/student ID