THE WORKS OF TONI DOVE

THE WORKS OF TONI DOVE

Exhibitors / Artists: 
TONI DOVE
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APR
start_day: 
19
Event Description: 
LECTURE

Toni Dove
Art|Sci DMA lecture
Apr 19th 2016
Tuesday 6:00pm
EDA Room 1250
Broad Art Center UCLA

Livestream: http://video.dma.ucla.edu/stream.html

Considered one of the pioneers of interactive cinema, New York-based artist Toni Dove creates unique hybrids of film, installation, experimental theater and gaming. Participants interact with video, using motion sensing and other embodied interface strategies to “perform” on-screen avatars. Major projects include: Artificial Changelings, an interactive cinema installation in which viewers navigate between two centuries, debuted at the Rotterdam Film Festival, 1998, Spectropia, a feature length live-mix movie performance for two players debuted 2008 Wexner Center, Lucid Possession, a live mix video performance with multiple robotic screens and musical performers, premiered Roulette, NYC, 2013. The Dress That Eats Souls, a robotic cinema installation is currently in development and will premiere at a retrospective of Dove’s interactive work at the Ringling Museum in Fla., 2018

2000/2003 – Dove served on a Government Advisory Committee on Information Technology and Creativity, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council, USA.
Grants and awards: Rockefeller Foundation, the Greenwall Foundation, the Langlois Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, The LEF Foundation, MediaThe Foundation, and the Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts from M.I.T.