New dance & technology initiative: Sprint
Rambert has created a new residency for artists and creatives working with technology as a medium to experiment and develop their practice in close collaboration with Rambert’s dancers, choreographers and staff.
Sprint is a digital intervention and an open experiment; inspired by the process of rapid iteration in technology and software projects, and its similarity to the way that dance works are developed during a short rehearsal period. The initiative aims to create an environment conducive to experimentation and the exchange of knowledge, as well as opening up Rambert to new technological approaches through the creation of digital prototypes or experimental artworks.
This pilot programme was launched with a call for entries in June 2015. Two four-month residencies have been awarded, to run from October 2015 – June 2016.
Sprint - call for entries information
(NB the call for entries is currently closed)
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