(Re)Sounding the City is an interactive performance on body language and the psycho-geography of urban spaces presented by Masters students at New York University’s Tisch School of Arts. The performance uses "Kinect for Windows to project the performer’s body onto the screen and visually convey the synthesis of body language and mental state of mind and how deeply intertwined both elements are." Created by MFA first-year Ansh Patel and students from other graduate departments at Tisch School of the Arts.
"(Re)Sounding the City invites the audience on an immersive journey to reimagine the ways our bodies could move in a utopian city. Drawing inspiration from the Situationist International Manifesto (1960), our project aims to rewrite the psycho-geography of the city by re-situating urban bodies in an emancipatory soundscape."
Free to the public, but RSVP is required.
LINK: (Re)Sounding the City
Submitted by Matteo Bittanti via NYU Game Center