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The JHI-UTM Seminar on Digital and Mixed Reality Performance presents: Big Art Group (NYC) From Real Time Film to Cryptopresence: Big Art Group’s Performance Strategies Talk & Reception Big Art Group was founded in the East Village, NYC by Caden Manson and Jemma Nelson in 1999. The company’s performance strategies combine performer virtuosity and live video in a form they called Real Time Film. Their work currently deploys computational strategies, data manipulation, and co-presence to focus on complex structures of embodiment. The company has been co-produced by the Vienna Festival, the Festival d’Automne in Paris, and the Hebbel-am-Ufer (HAU) Theater in Berlin, and has toured their work throughout Europe, North America, and Asia. Thursday, March 22, 2018 3-5pm Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College Street Use the St. George Street entrance and stairs/elevator to the 3rd floor There is no cost to attend. Tickets are first-come, first-served on Eventbrite. All are welcome! Please share with your colleagues. If you have an accessibility request, we will do our best to make appropriate accommodations. Please email at your earliest. Questions? or 416-978-7987 This event is part of the University of Toronto Mississauga / Jackman Humanities Institute Annual Seminar, "Digital and Mixed Reality Performance." Read more about the series:
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Founded in 1901 and incorporated in 1977, the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) represents 50,000 students at the University of Toronto. If you’re a full-time undergraduate student at the St. George Campus or the Mississauga Campus, you’re a member of the UTSU and pay a membership fee of just under $20.00 annually. As a student government, the UTSU is independent of the university and strives to be a democratic, member-driven organization. The UTSU is governed on a day-to-day basis by a President and six Vice-Presidents, who report to a sixty-person Board of Directors. The President, the Vice-Presidents, and the members of the Board of Directors are all elected by the general membership, i.e. YOU!

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