ECOSS is an international journey that explores the connections between digital networks and the performing arts, with the aim of becoming an engine for creative innovation and contemporary thought.
A networked live music and dance performance taking place between various locations around the world -Linz, Barcelona, Rome, Mumbai, Hailuoto and Prague-.
A transdiciplinari project about non tactile spaces. A stage project that uses network technologies and streaming.
Tele-distributed performance between Barcelona, Prague, Kopenhagen, Miami. April 2017, part of NPAPW
Cities: Barcelona – Eindhoven.
September 1,2 & 3
Where : Fabra i Coats, Fàbrica de Creació. Barcelona and ParkTheatre. Eindhoven.
“Near in the Distance 2” is an audiovisual networked and interactive show where musicians, dancers and visual artists, are in different locations around the globe -Barcelona, Vienna, London, New York, Berlin and Linz- and they combine to represent in a virtual way and in real time, a unique production.
Networked performance. Distributed dance between Kònic Thtr in Barcelona and Nantou-Taiwan. Dancer Victoria Macarte will establish a duo from Barcelona with dancer Yi Tzu Lee in Nantou – Taiwan, with the music played live between Prague (Ivan Vokac.Cello, Jan Mracek.Violin y Lukas Klansky.Piano) and Miami (Andrew Larson.Cello)
EVD58 is a networked dance piece, taking place simultaneously in 3 distant countries, Brazil, Spain and Mexico, with performers interacting in real time via advanced internet connection. The audience is present in the different locations where the action takes place or can remotely access the piece via streaming over internet.
Workshop: distributed and telematic stage. Santiago – Barcelona. 2013
EVD58 is a networked dance and music piece, taking place simultaneously and in reali time between 3 distant countries: Brazil, Spain and Mexico. The audience can be present or can access to the show in streaming over internet.
PROJECTS – CREATION – EVD58
Documentation of the project Umbrales by Kònic Thtr for ‘Arts en Viu a las Llars’. An interactive dance piece between a dancer and up to 12 users are invited to participate in the show from their home through their webcam.
Kònic Thtr actively participates in transnational R+D projects to facilitate the flow and exchange of knowledge, exploring the renewal of contemporary creation mediated by high speed networks.