SOUND FOR PERFORMING ARTS
Lisboa Soa, Portugal 2020
Uníssono is an improvisation piece that proposes movement as a vehicle for creating and composing sound in parallel with the surrounding acoustic space. A creation by Nuno Veiga (sound), launching the invitation to several dancers and choreographers. Here with Yola Pinto (movement) in an experimental way, in unison with the space in its different frequencies in a joint amplification of listening to the places where it happens.
Video dance piece by Nuno Veiga, manipulating in post production the sounds captured live, during an improvisation.
Performers: Romulus Neagu
Concept I Video I Sound: Nuno Veiga
Production: Intruso - Associação Cultural
This video was made for The Make It Club in Australia.
Video dance piece by Nuno Veiga, using footage from the R&D with the choreographer from Rambert, Miguel Altunaga Verdecia.
Composer and producer: Nuno Veiga
Voice: Kate Smith
Additional composition: Virgilio Oliveira
Camera: Miguel Altunaga Verdecia I Poetry Film Productions.
This video was selected by Video Art Miden to be screened for the program "Ophelia" .
As part of BBC Arts #DancePassion, collaborations with the choreographer from Rambert, Miguel Altunaga Verdecia, sound artist Nuno Veiga, performance designer and artist, Shania Selvendran and a group of amazing dancers.
Interpolate is a choreographic device that selfs generates the initiation of movement from one part of the body to another. The aim is to extract patterns of movements triggered from the sensation of touch in order to create a different improvisation technique for new contemporary dance performances.
Project by Angelina Papachatzaki for the Masters in Design for Performance and Interaction at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.