Coniglio’s talk begun with an overview of his artistic practice, showing how Troika Ranch’s early works – where sensory systems, responsive media software and live performers combined to produce an interactive “reflection” of the body – evolved into an approach where technology actively intervened in the creation, rehearsal and performance of movement. He concluded by championing potential future interventions, where computational artificial intelligence will be placed into conflict with human bodily knowledge, to provoke the invention of new movement, unforeseen choreographic structures, and compelling relationships between the body and media.

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