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<figcaption><p>Example of logo drawings code. Human grid as an excersice for collective drawing. Or the mapping of a path.</p></figcaption>
<figcaption><p>Example of logo drawings code. Human grid as an exercice for collective drawing. Or the mapping of a path.</p></figcaption>
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<p>For this 2 day workshop OSP invited artist / dancer / choreographer Adva Zakai to reinterpret a workshop originially organised at Valence in 2012. And took as a starting point the relation between typographic movement and code. We started by executing simple commands or computer code ― walking on the lines a computer would have drawn. We quickly tried to develop movements through more abstract ways. In a exercice, movement rules were regulating the move of a groupe of people, in other each participant was inventing its own movement rules that other participants had to decode. Rapidly we developed a new game of coding and decoding.</p>
<p>For this two day workshop OSP invited artist, dancer and choreographer Adva Zakai to reinterpret a workshop originially organised at Valence in 2012. And took as a starting point the relation between typographic movement and code. We started by executing simple commands or computer code ― walking on the lines a computer would have drawn. We quickly tried to develop movements through more abstract ways. In a exercice, movement rules were regulating the move of a groupe of people, in other each participant was inventing its own movement rules that other participants had to decode. Rapidly we developed a new game of coding and decoding.</p>
<h3 id="metahoguet-2016">2016 - Workshop Metahoguet at La Maison du Livre in the frame of the Saison numériques.</h3>
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