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'Glow' by the Australian Dance Company Chunky Move – Matthew Andrews, 2008

6 March 2009

In most conventional works that use projection lighting, the dancers position and timing have to be completely fixed to the time line of the video playback.

In ‘Glow’ light and moving graphics are generated by various algorithmic responses to the dancers movement; the machine sees the performer and responds to her actions in real time.

Matthew Andrews specialises in photographing dance and performance. Clients include Arts Council England, Brighton Festival, The British Council, The Design Museum, Faber and Faber, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra as well as numerous dance and theater companies and artists.

Photographer since 1992, EPUK member since 2007.

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