[NetBehaviour] Far-Flung Follows Function at xMPL UC Irvine, Ca, Oct 10-12

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Wed Oct 9 21:08:21 CEST 2013

Hi all,

Here is some info about my latest project...

If you are in that part of the world, please come by!



Far-Flung follows function @ xMPL, UC Irvine, Oct 10,11,12

with Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Allen

concept and media: Ursula Endlicher
producer and writer: Antoinette LaFarge
movement director: Robert Allen
programmer: David Clarke
lighting design: Naomie Winch
costume design: Alexis Scott
music: Dorit Chrysler and Kurt Vega
set production: Lee Day and Samson Day

performers: Robert Allen, Jonathan Barouch, Claire Edmonds, Ursula
Endlicher, Jeremy Charles Hohn, Antoinette LaFarge, Alexander Makardish,
Lilian Wouters

"Far-Flung follows function" is an original performance work that turns a
physical space into a crashing computer whose population of finders,
daemons, mice, and the like struggle to avert catastrophe. The environment
in which they carry out their labors is ruled by shifting weather and time
of day data from live internet feeds. Thirty cities around the world take
turns choreographing the lights, projections, sound, and performers
themselves. As the piece unfolds, typical computer user actions such as
mouse management are transformed into playful and sometimes absurd
movements, triggering cascades of accidents, errors, and crossed signals.
Welcome to the commedia of the motherboard.

More information on Far-Flung follows function:


Thurs., Oct. 10, 8 pm
Fri., Oct. 11, 8 pm
Sat., Oct., 12, 2 pm and 8 pm

Experimental Media Performance Lab, Contemporary Art Center
Claire Trevor School of the Arts
UC Irvine

TICKETS: Reserve tickets online at: http://www.arts.uci.edu/boxoffice
Or call 949-824-2787 or email artstix at uci.edu

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