STREB – BRAVE

Projection Design for Touring Performance (2008-2010)

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STREB – BRAVE is my 3rd collaboration with Elizabeth Streb, and our first to utilize responsive and generative visual content. Using video tracking and custom sensors (developed by Arizona State University’s Arts, Media and Engineering Department), we sense the position, velocity and direction of performers and equipment. This information is used to control responsive and visceral 3-d environments. This project uses openFrameworks, an open source C++ library, to create the real-time visuals, and we’ve created a specialized playback software, “playOF” to facilitate the realities of creating a powerful, responsive and tour-able projection design.

Collaborators
Aaron Henderson – Projection Design
Elizabeth Streb – Choreography
Mark Beasley – openFrameworks/Python programming
Byron Lahey – Pendaphone development*
Winslow Burleson – Pendaphone development*

*Arts, Media and Engineering, Arizona State University

Tour History
Prospect Park Bandshell (Brooklyn NY), The State Theater (New Brunswick, NJ), SLAM (Brooklyn, NY), University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI)


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Aaron Henderson’s videos and installations examine the ways that humans move. Recent projects examine the personal, cultural and political ramifications of all action, from intimate gestures to displays of super-human acrobatics.

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