Design And Performance Lab



Publications by members of the DAP-Lab and ADaPT (Association for Dance and Performance Telematics)


Johannes Birringer

Published Books

2021 Kinetic Atmospheres: Performance and Immersion. Abingdon: Routledge (forthcoming).

2019 Tanz der Dinge / Things that Dance, co-editor with Josephine Fenger, Yearbook of the German Dance Association 2019, vo. 29. Bielfeld: transcript Verlag.

2017 “Sound/Theatre: Sound In Performance”, Editor, special theme issue for Critical Stages no. 16

2014 Manifest der Interaktionskunst, co-editor with Klaus Behringer, Saarbruecken: Pocul Verlag.

2011 Tanz und WahnSinn / Dance and ChoreoMania, co-editor with Josephine Fenger, Yearbook of the German Dance Association 2011, Leipzig: Henschel Verlag.

2009 Performance, Technology, and Science New York: PAJ Publications.

2007 Die Welt als virtuelles Environment, Co-editor, with Thomas Dumke and Klaus Nicolai, Dresden: TMA Hellerau.

2006 Spielsysteme: International Interaktionslabor 2005-06. Exhibition catalogue, Co-editor with Klaus Behringer (in English and German, with DVD).

2005 Tanz im Kopf/Dance and Cognition. Co-editor, with Josephine Fenger, Jahrbuch 15 der Gesellschaft für Tanzforschung. Hamburg: LIT Verlag.

2004 Wechselwirkung . Co-editor, with Uschi-Schmidt-Lenhard, Klaus Behringer (in English and German, with a DVD)

2003 Reflexiones sobre Performance, Cultura y Tecnología/ Reflexions on Performance, Culture & Technology, editor, critical exhibition catalogue of a forum featuring Latin American and North American digital artists, Hyperdmedia Studio, Los Angeles (in English, Spanish and Portuguese, online publication)

2001. Performance on the Edge: Transformations of Culture. London: Continuum.

1998. Media and Performance: along the border. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

1989. Theatre, Theory, Postmodernism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

1984. Marlowe's 'Dr Faustus' and 'Tamburlaine'. Frankfurt/Berne/New York: Peter Lang.


Chapters in books (recent & forthcoming)

2021 “Extended somatics and the digital,” in a book edited by Garth Paine (forthcoming)

2020 "From Literature to Dance, Choreography, Digital Architectures, and Deep Underground." Podcast, u(bqt)lab

2020 “Electric Dance, or Talking with the Birds,” Critical Stages/Scènes Critiques #22

2020 “Wearable Technology for the Performing Arts,” with Michèle Danjoux, in Bryson, David and McCann, Jane (eds), Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology, Amsterdam: Elseveer (forthcoming)

2020 “Eclipse Moon / Kinetic Atmospheres,” Ambiances Journal

2020 “Underground Sensings,” Proceedings of the 26th International Symposium on Electronic Art” (ISEA2020), Montréal, Canada.

2020 “Queering the Bauhaus,” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, 125, 133-138.

2020 “A wop bop a loo bop a lop bam boom,” Alienist Magazine # 8, 134-141.

2019 “Low End Resilience Theory,” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, 123, 28-43.

2019 “Sous les pavés, la plage,” chapter in: Einstein on the Beach: Opera beyond Drama, ed. Jelena Novak and John Richardson, London: Routledge, pp. 49-65.

2019 “Remember Your Body,” Podcast and Text, Somatics Toolkit, Episode 05, Oct.28, Interview with Eline Kieft.- ESRC Project, Coventry University/University of Huddersfield

2018 “Old Materials/New Materialism,” in Tanz der Dinge/Things that dance, ed. Johannes Birringer/Josephine Fenger, Bielefeld: transcript, pp. 199-207.

2018-19 “Up to and Including Her Limits: Carolee Schneemann” (forthcoming)

2018 “Sensory hallucinations in the extended choreographic,” Theatre and Performance Design, 5:1/2, 96-113.

2018 “Sound and Wearables,” with Michèle Danjoux, in: Foundations in Sound Design for Embedded Media: an interdisciplinary approach, ed. Michael Filimovicz, London: Routledge, pp. 243-74.

2017 “Audible and Inaudible Choreography: Atmospheres of Choreographic Design,” in Sabine Kaross and Stephanie Schroedter, eds., KlangSpuren/SoundTraces, Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft für Tanzforschung vol. 27, Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, pp. 121-42.

2017 “Choreographic Performance Systems,” in Jo Butterworth, Liesbeth Wildschut, eds., Contemporary Choreography: A Critical Reader, Abington: Routledge, 467-81.

2017 "Metakimospheres," in Susan Broadhurst and Sara Price, eds., Digital Bodies: Creativity and Technology in the Arts and Humanities, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 27-48.

2017 "Standing Still Dancing in a Circle: Performance Dissent and Failed Gestures in Public Protest" , in Shifting Corporealities in Contemporary Performance: Danger, Im/mobility and Politics, ed. Marina Gržinic and Aneta Stojnic, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 89-102.

2017 “Somatic gestures in mixed reality/virtual reality immersive choreographies,” in Bio-Creation and Peace Proceedings (ISEA), ed. Julián Jaramillo Arango, Andrés Burbano, Felipe C. Londoño, G . Mauricio Mejia, Manizales: Universidad de Caldas, pp. 720-29.

2015 “Dance Or We Are Lost: In memoriam Pina Bausch,”: in Reading Contemporary Performance: Theatricality across Genres, ed. Meiling Cheng/Gabrielle Cody, London: Routledge, pp. 189-93.

2015 “Gestural Materialties and the Worn Dispositif,” chapter in Digital Movement: Essays in Motion Technology and Performance, ed. Nicolas Salazar Sutil/Sita Popat, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 162-85.

2013 "Retro-engineering: wearable sound," in Theatre, Performance and Analogue Technology: Historical Interfaces anmd Intermedialities, ed. Kara Reilly, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 133- 158.

2013 "The Valley of the Shadow of Death" in Scandals of Horror, ed. Elena Siemens & Andriko Lozowy, Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies/Revue d'Etudes Interculturelles de l'Image 4:1

2013 “Dopo la Danza: Dissoluzioni e Ri-Calchi,” in Danza, Media Digitali, Interattività, ed. Federica Mazzocchi, Antonio Pizzo, Alessandro Pontremoli, Rome: Bonanno Editore, pp. 41-65.

2012 “Performance Technologies and the Social” in: Contact: Technology - Performance – Design, ed. Nicolas Salazar Sutil/Rodrigo Tisi, UNIACC & Uqbar Books.

2011 "Out of Silence," in Out of Silence: Censorship in Theatre and Performance, ed. Caridad Svich, Roskilde: Eyecorner Press, pp. 34-35.

2011 "Is You Me? Dance and Choreomania,? in: Tanz und Wahnsinn/Dance and Choreomania, ed. Johannes Birringer/Josephine Fenger, Leipzig: Henschel, pp. 29-45.

2012 "Bodies of Color/Media Skins,"; in Intimacy: Across Visceral and Digital Performance, ed. Maria Chatzichristodoulou & Rachel Zerihan, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 143-58.

2009 "Choreographic and Performance Systems," Program to Perform: Exploring Dance and New Media, ed. Ine Therese Berg & Lise Amy Hansen , Oslo: Dance Information Norway, pp. 10-24.

2009 "Performans ve teknoloji”/”Performance and Technology,” amber 07 Body Process Arts Festival, pp. 72-82/120-29.

2009 "Corpo, Carne e Espírito: Musical Visuality of the Body," in Blood, Sweat & Theory: Research through Practice in Performance, ed John Freeman. Faringdon: Libri Publishing, pp. 240-61.

2009 "Emergent Dress," in Practice-As-Research: In Performance And Screen, Edited by Ludivine Fuschini, Simon Jones, Baz Kershaw and Angela Piccini, Palgrave MacMillan

2009"After Bacon: The music of digital flesh and the pornography of sensation", in Pornotopias: Image, Apocalypse, Desire, eds. Louis Armand, Jane Lewty, Andrew Mitchell. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, pp. 46-60.

2008 "Wearables in Performance," with Michele Danjoux, in: Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology, ed. Jane McCann and David Bryson. Cambridge: Woodhead Publications, pp. 388-419.

2007 "Eye into Earth," in: Picturing Second Geography, Space and Culture 11: 1, 59-62

2007 "Data Art and Imaginary Landscapes," SWAN QUAKE: the user manual," edited by Scott deLahunta, Plymouth: Liquid Press/i-Dat, pp. 37-52.

2007 "Body Art and Technological Transformations: Rhythms of Real Time." In: Conference Proceedings: The Flesh Made Text. Thessaloniki: Aristotle University, Frankfurt/New York: Peter Lang.

2006 "FutureHouse, Blind Mine," chapter in Place and Placelessness in Performanc, . ed. Helen Paris and Leslie Hill. Palgrave Macmillan , pp. 85-98.

2006 "Performing Art Performing Science," A Performance Cosmology: Testimony from the Future, Evidence of the Past, ed. Judie Christie, Richard Gough, Daniel Watt, London: Routledge, pp. 87-93.

2006 " Interacting," in: Popular Forms for a Radical Theatre, ed. Sarah Ruhls and Caridad Svich, Contemporary Theatre Review 16:4, pp. 389-405.

2006 "Saira Virous: Game choreography in multiplayer online performance spaces" a chapter in: Performance and Technology: Practices of Virtual Embodiment and Interactivity, ed. Susan Broadhurst & Josephine Machon, Palgrave. pp. 43-59.

2006 Dramaturgy of Listening, catalogue essay for "See you in Walhalla."

2005 "New Environments for Interactive Dance," chapter in: Performing Nature: Explorations in Ecology and the Arts, ed. Nigel Stewart and Gabriella Giannachi, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pp. 303-325.

2005 "Art Disincorporated: John Newling's Writings 1995-2005," introduction to Artist Book, John Newling 1995-2005, 2 volumes, Warwick: SWPA Limited, pp.11-17.


Essays, Review Articles

2021 “Inside Dancing, No Fixed Points,” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, 128, 67-74.

2021 "Tanz zwischen Künsten," Tanz, April, p. 47

2019 "Black Dada Overtones: Robert Hodge's Visible Music" (forthcoming)

2018 “Up to and Including Her Limits: Carolee Schneemann" (forthcoming)

2019 “Sensory hallucinations in the extended choreographic,” Theatre and Performance Design, Bauhaus 100 special issue, 5:1/2, 96-113.

2018 “Augmenting Virtuality,” International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 14:2, 224-228.

2018 “Trans-sensory Hallucination,” Texto Digital 14:1, 52-74.

2018 “Becoming-Atmosphere,” Performance Research, 23:4/23:5, 162-68.

2017 "Sisyphus of the Ear", The Polyglot Magazine of Poetry and Art, On Subjective Fashion, edited by Elena Siemens, Issue no. 2, 18-19.

2017 “Immersive Dance and Virtual Realities,” Journal of Virtual Creativity, 7 (2), 103-19.

2017 "Immersion" in August 2017 Annual Yearbook, Tanz , pp. 74-77. German version is here.

2017 “Kimosphere and Immersive Dance,” Repertório Teatro e Dança, no. 20, 129-53.

2017 "Entre chien et loup," Stages of Resistanmce Blog, curated by Caridad Svich.

2016 “Atmospheres of Dividual Performance,” Critical Stages 14.

2016 “Kimospheres, or Shamans in the Blind Country,” Performance Paradigm 12

2016 “Really Actually Windy: Environments, Technologies and Dividual Performance,” Theatre Journal 68:4, 633-47.

2016 “Savage Cabinet of Curiosities,” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, 114 , pp. 19-30.

2016 "Metakimosphere no. 2" Stirred Memories: Translating Memory Exhibition, group show, Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) TranscUlturAl: A Journal of Translation and Cultural Studies 8 (1), 23-28.

2015 "Absolute Terror, or What Do You See Behind the Masks?, VLAK: Contemporary Poetics & the Arts, 5, pp. 226-36.

2015 "Atmospheres of Choreographic Design," with Michèle Danjoux, Metabody: Journal of Metacultural Critique, 1, pp. 60-61.

2015 "The New Digital Materialism," PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, 111, pp. 102-10.

2015 “The Sound of Performance,” hz-journal no. 20

2015 Wang D, Kang J, Qin S-F and Birringer J, “Cultural-based visual expression: emotional analysis of human face via Peking Opera Painted Faces (POPF)," Multimedia Tools and Applications.

2015 “Raumwirkung: The Case of Wozzeck,” Studies in Theatre & Performance 35:1, pp. 52-66

2014 “Resonances: The Sound of Performance,” GRAMMA 22:2, 205-15

2014 “ISIS, Absolute Terror, Performance,” Moderator, Online debate forum, November, empyre soft_skinned maillist

2014 “Interaktionslabor: A History (2003-2013),” in Manifest der Interaktionskunst, Saarbrücken: Pocul Verlag, pp. 5-16.

2014 “Joe Annie Street”, TranscUlturAl, vol. 6:1, 84-91.

2014 “The Theatre and its Screen Double” Theatre Journal 66:2, pp. 207-25.

2014 “Audible and Inaudible Choreography,” etum theatre journal, 1:1, pp. 9-32.

2013 “Notes on Artistic Autonomy” , with Paulo C. Chagas, published online: Interaktionslabor Theorie 2013

2013 " The Sound of Costumes/Audible Choreography," Artistic Innovation Salon, curated by Caridad Svich for Theatre Communications Group

2013 "Choreographic and Performance Systems,"; Dance Research Journal of Korea 71:4, pp. 181-206.

2013 "Bauhaus, Constructivism, Performance," PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, 104, 39-52,

2013 " What Score? Pre-Choreography and Post-Choreography," International Journal of Performance and Media Arts 9:1, pp. 7-13.

2013 "DAP-Lab Design: Klingende Wearables: fashion and dance label manifesto for danssansjoux"

2013 "Touch me, wear me," Tanz: Zeitschrift fuer Ballett, Tanz und Performance, May, pp. 70-71.

2013 "Audible Scenography," Performance Research, 18:3, pp. 192-93.

2013 "The Sound of Costumes / Audible Choreography " TCG Artistry and Artistic Innovation Conference 2013 Blog

2013 "From Hydrophonics to Interactive Sound Fountains, " Catalogue, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, pp. 40-51.

2013 "The sound of movement wearables," with Michèle Danjoux, Leonardo 46:3, pp. 232-40.

2013 "Choreographic Objects: Stifters Dinge ," Body, Space & Technology 11:02

2012 "The Un-seeing Eyes of the Foot [In memoriam Kazuo Ohno]," Performance Research 17:2, pp. 132-38

2011 "Gesture and Politics VLAK: Contemporary Poetics & the Arts 2012, 380-88.

2011 "Re-scripting the Stage: Performance and Interactivity/Reconfigurar o palco: o espectaculo e a interactividade," Cine Qua Non 5 [winter], 72-97.

2011 "Performance Technologies and the Social," MIT Press (in preparation)

2011 "After Dance. Dissolutions and Re-Traces, " Corpus: Magazin fuer Tanz, Choreografie Performance

2011 "Dancing in the Museum," Performing Arts Journal, 99, 43-52; or download here

2010 "Algorithms, Dispositifs, and Interactive Performance", available also as blog

2010 "(Re)Traces/Is You Me:Reflections on real-time performance and prototyping, Live Traces

2010. "Puntos de Fuga (Vanishing Points): Performance Writing for the Digital Theatre," GRAMMA, 17, 223-48.

2010 "Moveable Worlds/Digital Scenographies," International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 6:1, 91-110.

2009 "Wearable Performance," with Michele Danjoux, Digital Creativity 20:1-2, 95-113.

2009 "La Bambola di Carne", Body, Space & Technology 8:1

2008 "Passage", review of interactive choreographic installation at CYNETart 2008 Festival.

2008 "No existem mais linguagens classicas/There are no more classical languages," FIT Revista, June 2008, 98-105.

2008 "After Choreography," Performance Research, 13:1, 118-22

2008 "Performatik," Performance Research, 13:2, 76-79.

2008 "Report: Artists Open Doors: Japan/UK", conference workshop at the Japan Foundation/The Place, London

2008 "Report: Another Side of Fashion: The Fashion of Smart Materials," conference workshop, Dana Centre, London

2008 "Thinking Images: Conversation with Paul Kaiser and Marc Downie, Performing Arts Journal 89, 17-37.

2007 "Exposed," Body, Space & Technology 7:2

2007 "Performance and Technology," Danca em foco, 2007, ed. Maria Alete Goncalves, Rio de Janeiro, pp. 34-43 (port.), pp. 82-91 (engl.), pp. 130-39 (span.)

2007 Bodies of Color, Performing Arts Journal 87, 35-45.

2007 "Bodies of Color," ballettanz 11, 62-65.

2007 "The Emergent Dress: Transformation and Intimacy in Streaming Media and Fashion Performance," with Michèle Danjoux, Performance Research 11:4, 41-52.

2007 "Invisible Connections: Dance, Choreography and internet communities," International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 3:1, 83-89.

2006 "Interacting: Performance and Transmediality," in Monologues: Theatre, Performance, Subjectivity, ed. Clare Wallace, Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, pp. 297-325.

2006 "Interacting," Contemporary Theatre Review, 16:4, pp. 389-405.

2006 "Digital Performance: Theatre in its Post-Medium Condition," Contemporary Drama in English, vol. 14, 83-101.

2006 "Digital Performance" and "Wearables" - entries to special Lexicon issue of Performance Research, 11:3, 42-45, and 140-41.

2006 "Digital Cultures Lab, 2005," introduction to special issue of International Journal of Performing Arts and Digital Media, 2:2, 105-08.

2006 "Performance and Science," PAJ 85, 22-35

2006 "Dance and Neuroscience," ballettanz 2, 16-19

2006 "M saudade," Dance Source Houston,

2005 "Dancing and Cognition," in: Tanz im Kopf/Dance and Cognition, Münster: LIT Verlag, pp. 15-28.

2005 "Rammstein's Rite of Fire," Body Space & Technology, vo.05

2005 "The Telematic Dress: Evolving garments and distributed proprioception in streaming media and fashion performance," with Michèle Danjoux, in: Wearable Futures Exhibition Catalogue, Newport.

2005 "Wayne McGregor's Perturbations." ballettanz 8-9, 18-21

2005 "Dance and Not Dance," Performing Arts Journal 80, 10-27.

2005 "Interactivity : User Testing for Participatory Artworks," International Journal of Performance Arts & Digital Media 1:2, 147-73.

2005 "New Visions in performance: The Impact of Digital Technologies," International Journal of Performance Arts & Digital Media 1:1, 83-88.

2005 "The Gagarin System: Synaesthesia and Multimedia," A workshop report, University of Erfurt, Germany.

2005 "El Automóvil Gris." Art Nexus, 55:3, 126-27.

2004. "La danse et la perception interactives," Nouvelles de Danse 52, 99-115.

2004. "Tanz Anders Wo" Aktuell: Gesellschaft für Tanzforschung , winter, 21-24.

2004. "Transspacial Light and Virtual Choreography," ballettanz 6, 30-32.

2004 "Interactive Dance, the Body, and the Internet," Journal of Visual Art Practice, 3:3, 165-78.

2004. "The Singing Head" Available at: [Accessed 25 March 2004]

2004. " Der transmediale Tanz: Tanz-Technologien im Transfer." In: Krassimira
Kruckowa, Nele Lipp, eds., Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft für Tanzforschung. Hamburg: LIT Verlag, pp. 23-56.

2004. "El Automóvil Gris." Theatre Journal 56:3, 479-80.

2004. "Ecologia de danza interactiva." In: Diana Domingues , ed., Art and Life in the 21st Century: Science, Technology and Creativity. São Paulo.

2004. "Dance and Interactivity," Dance Research Journal 35:2/36:1, 88-111.

2004. "The Burial: Performance Art." In: Wladek Kazmierczak, ed., History of Performance Art. Slupsk, Poland.

2004. "Envisioning Dance on Film and Video," Dance Research Journal 35:2/36:1, 176-81.

2003. "
Performance Systems." South African Theatre Journal 17, 79-113

2003. "Marina Abramovic on the Ledge." Performing Arts Journal, 74, 66-70

2003. "A New Europe." Performing Arts Journal 75, 26-41

2003. "Spletna Okolja za Interaktivni Ples/Networked Environments for Interactive Dance." Maska 18, 68-78

2003. "Re-mediation: Moving towards the Virtual." SPOT 21:1, 3-5

2003. "Materiality, Embodiment, Interactive Technologies. A dialogue with Marlon Barrios Solano." Online [Accessed 25 March 2004]

2003 "Interaktionslabor Göttelborn." Live Art Magazine.

2002 . "Dance and Telepresence." In: Maria Beatriz de Medeiros, ed, Arte e Tecnologia na Cultura Contemporânea. Brasilia: Universidade de Brasilia, 2002, pp. 171-79.

2002. "Dance and Interactivity." In: GRAMMA, special issue Theatres(s) in the Age of New Technologies, 10, 19-40.

2002. "Experimentelle Tanzmedien, Interaktive Systeme." In: Christa Zipprich, Gabriele Klein, eds., Tanz, Theorie, Text. Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft für Tanzforschung. Hamburg: LIT Verlag, , pp. 477-98.

2002. "Dance and Media Technologies." Performing Arts Journal, 70, 84-93.

2002. "Nova Okolja: Interaktivni Ples" [New Enviornments: Interactive Dance]. Maska , XVII no.1-2, 28-31, 122-24

2002. "Journey of a Cosmonauta." Ollantay Magazine, vol.IX. no.18, 137-51.

2002. "Algorithms for Movement." Performing Arts Journal, 71, 115-19

2002. "New Performance Tools: Technologies / Interactive Systems." A Report. Online.

2001, with Ellen Bromberg, Naomi Jackson, John Mitchell, Lisa Naugle, and Doug
Rosenberg. "Connected Dance: Distributed Performance across Time Zones." In: Transmigratory Moves/Dance in Global Circulation. Congress On Research in Dance Conference Proceedings. New York: New York University , 2001, pp. 51-77.

2001. "The Intelligent Stage." Performance Research 6:2, 116-22.

2001. "Artists in Profile." In: Leslie Hill, Helen Paris , eds. Guerrilla Performance
and Multimedia. London: Contiunuum, 2001, pp. 10-17.

2001. "Spomini Realnega." In: Emil Hrvatin , ed., Teorije sodobnega plesa.
Ljubljana: Maska, 2001, pp. 208-18.

"Muoversi attraverso le tecnologie." In: Armando Menicacci , Emanuele
Quinz, eds., La scena digitale: nuovi media per la danza Bolzano:: Marsilio,
2001, pp. 231-36.

2001. "Intelligent Stages/Compensation Design." ballet international/tanz aktuell
3, 17.

2001. "Dancing with the Mouse: A Report." NDA (online). Available at:
/ [Accessed 25 March 2004]

2001. "New Environments: Interactive Dance." Congress of Research in Dance
Newsletter (spring), 1, 7-10

2001. "Fabian Marcaccio." Artnexus 42:4, 119-20

2001. "
Suite Fantastique: Architecture and the Digital." Available at:
Location 1 [online]

2000 "Environments: Dancing with Technologies," Dance Magazine, Stern's Online Directory

2000 "Moving through Technologies," Movement Research #20, 9

2000 "Burn Media Burn - Texas Video Art," Artlies 25, 9-15

1999 "Contemporary Performance/Technology," Theatre Journal 61:4, 361-81

1999 "Exploding Perceptions," Conference Proceedings, Unversity College Chichester Conference Papers, 7-10

1999 "Els mitjans contemporanis de performance-art," Papers D'Art 74: 71-78

1999 "The Politics of Reception," in: Conversations on Art and Performance, ed. Bonnie Marranca and Gautam Dasgupta (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press), pp. 76-101

1998 "Makrolab: A Heterotopia," Performing Arts Journal 60: 66-75.
1998 "Long Time No See," Artlies 18: 3-9.
1998 "Art in America: A Conversation with Tania Bruguera," Performance Research 3:3, 24-31
1998 "The Movement of Memory: The Physicality of Digital Performance," Leonardo 31:3, 165-72.

1997 "Ritual Decompositions: Un sueño peruano en Alemania," Gestos 24: 75-92.
1997 "Postmodernism and Theatrical Performance." In Hans Bertens and Douwe Fokkema, eds., International Postmodernism, vol.XI (A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages series). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Co., pp, 129-40.

1996 "The Utopia of Postutopia," Theater Topics 6:2, 143-66.
1996 "Reconstructions," in The Connected Body, ed. Ric Allsopp and Scott deLahunta. ` Amsterdam: School of the Arts, pp. 70-75.
1996 "This is the theatre that was to be expected and foreseen," Performance Research 1:1, 32-46
1996 "Border Media: Performing Postcolonial History," Gestos 21, 49-66
1996 "The Obscene/Off-Scene Body," Border Tensions: Proceedings, University of Surrey, Conference Proceedings, pp. 357-58
"La melancolía de la jaula," Performing Arts Journal 52, 103-28
"Homosexuality and the Nation: Cuba 1994," The Drama Review 40:1, 61-76

1995 "Gledalisce od nikoder/The Theatre of Nowhere," Maska V, 1-3, 34-38, iii-viii (translation).
"Lovers Fragments," Teatterikorkeakoulu 2-3, 30-32
"Strawberry and Chocolate: Interview with Jorge Perugorrîa," Cineaste 21:1-2, 21-22
1995 "Medios mezclados/culturas híbridas," Conjunto 99, 26-34
1995 "The Connected Body: An Interdisciplinary Event," Arts Dialogue 31, 10-17
1995 "'Transcentrala': Na soncni strani Alp," Revue Canadienne des Slavistes 36:3-4, 449-68.
1994 "Meine Kunst soll sich einmischen," Interview, Kunst & Kultur 3, 45-47
"Sarajevo: Witnesses of Existence," P-FORM Magazine 38, 15-17
1994 "Witnesses; Art out of Sarajevo," Arts Dialogue 30, 7-9
1994 "Open Letter to President Clinton and the Congress of the United States," The Drama Review 38:2, 9-10
1994 "Uzivati v svojih simptomih: Kuba-ZDA-Slovenija" Maska. IV,1-2 , 15-20 (Slovene); vi-x (English translation).
1994 "The Future of Opera: Music and Sexual Politics," opera symposium proceedings [translation prepared for Suhrkamp Verlag] .
1994 "Standing with the Natives: The Economics of Cultural Tourism and Trade," P- FORM Magazine 32, 21-23.
1993 "Der Körper der Seele: Reflexionen über Richard Stouts Gemälde," exhibition catalogue, Davis/McClain Gallery, Houston, 2-14.
"Carolee Schneemann's Visual Archeology," Performing Arts Journal 44, 31-46.
1993 "Wilson/Wagner," and "Robert Wilson's Vision," Performing Arts Journal 43, 62-65; 80-84.
1992 "Imprints and Revisions: Carolee Schneemann," P-Form 27, 10-11.
1992 "Embodiment: Sharing Our Wounds, Part 1," P-Form 24, 7-10.
1992 "Embodiment: Sharing Our Wounds, Part 2," P-Form 25, 3-4.
1992 "Virtual Realities: Cybernetic Art in the Museum of the Future," Tema Celeste 36, 64-69.
1992 "Grenzland," Kulturpolitische Korrespondenz 60, 7-16.
1992 "AD MORTEM: An AIDS Performance Project," Theatre Topics 2:2, 135-48.
"Video Art/Performance: A Border Theory," Performing Arts Journal 39, 54-84.
1991 "Invisible Cities/Transcultural Images," in Interculturalism & Performance, ed. by Bonnie Marranca and Gautam Dasgupta, New York: PAJ Publications, pp. 113-31.
1991 "Collateral Damage," CITE: Architecture and Design Review of Houston, no. 26, 17-18.
1990 "'Medea': Landscapes Beyond History," New German Critique 50, 85-112.
1990 "The Damnation of Culture in Postmodern Video Sculpture," Tema Celeste 26, 30-33.
1990 "Erschöpfter Raum, Verschwindende Körper," in Digitaler Schein, ed. Florian Rötzer, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, pp. 491-518.
1990 "Michael Tracy: The Art of Sacrifice," Shift 3:4, 56-59.

1989 "Invisible Cities/Transcultural Images," Performing Arts Journal 33/34, 120-38.
1989 "La disparition du théâtre," art press spécial, 104-09.
1988 "Ways of Speaking, Loci of Cognition: A Response," The Drama Review 32:2, 4-7.

1987 "Texts, Plays, and Instabilities," South African Theatre Journal 1, 4-17.
1987 "Brecht and Medea: Heiner Müller's Synthetic Fragments," The Theatre Annual 42, 1-15.
1986 "Danza a través de las fronteras," Artes Escénicas 1, 40-48.
1986 "Overexposure: Les Immatériaux," Performing Arts Journal 29, 6-11.

1986"A Politics of Reception: The Controversial 1985/86 Theatre Season," Performing Arts Journal 28, 7-39.
1986 "Pina Bausch: Dancing Across Borders," The Drama Review 30:2, 85-97.
1986 "Repetition and Revolution: Theatre Anthropology after Brecht," “Gestus 1:3/4, 69-76.
1986 "Rhapsodies of Words: 'Trapicality' in Shakespeare's Theatre," New Literary History 17:3, 493-510.

1985 "Postmodern Performance and Technology," Performing Arts Journal 26/27, 221-33.

1984 "Self Consuming Artifact: Hamlet at the Berlin Schaubuehne," Theatre 16:1, 61- 67.
1984 "Grotowski/Barba/Brecht/Odin Teatret: Theatre of Relations," Stages 1:5, 16- 17 and 1:6, 8-37.
1984 "Marlowe's Violent Stage: 'Mirrors' of Honor in Tamburlaine," English Literary History 51:2, 219-39.

1983 "Representing Marlowe," Marlowe Society of America Newsletter 3:3, 7-22.
1983 "Constructions of the Spirit: The Struggle for Transfiguration in Modern Art," Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 42:2, 137-50.




Michèle Danjoux



2019 "Choreosonic Wearables: creative collaborative practices," in a book edited by Helen Thomas (forthcoming).

2019 “Sound and Wearables,” with Johannes Birringer, in: Foundations in Sound Design for Embedded Media: an interdisciplinary approach, ed. Michael Filimovicz, London: Routledge (forthcoming)

2019 "Design-in-motion: sculpting choreosonic wearables," Theatre and Performance Design, 5:1/2, 114-24.

2017 Design-in-Motion: Choreosonic Wearables in Performance, PhD Thesis, London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.

2016 "Choreosonic Wearables in Performance," Conference Proceedings of FASHION Responsive, HEAD Geneva, 2016 (forthcoming)

2015 "Atmospheres of Choreographic Design," with Johannes Birringer, Metabody: Journal of Metacultural Critique, 1, pp. 60-61.

2014 "Choreography and Sounding Wearables,"; Scene 2: 1-2 (2014), 197-220 (in special issue on “Critical Costume”).

2014 "Interactive Technologies, Costume Design and Choreography," in Klaus Behringer, Johannes Birringer (eds), Manifest der Interaktionskunst. Saarbrücken: PoCul Verlag, pp. 37-48.

2013 "The sound of movement wearables," with Johannes Birringer, Leonardo 46:3, 232-40.

2009 "Wearable Performance," with Johannes Birringer, Digital Creativity 20:1-2, 95-113.

2008 "Wearables in Performance,"with Johannes Birringer, in: Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology, ed. Jane McCann and David Bryson. Cambridge: Woodhead Publications, pp. 388-419.

2007 "The Emergent Dress: Transformation and Intimacy in Streaming Media and Fashion Performance," with Johannes Birringer, Performance Research 11:4, 41-52.

2005 "The Telematic Dress: Evolving garments and distributed proprioception in streaming media and fashion performance," with Johannes Birringer, in: Wearable Futures Exhibition Catalogue/DVD, Newport.


Keynotes/Conference Presentations & Exhibitions:

2019 "Wearable Performance: Fashioning the Choreographic," Inaugural Lecture, London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, May 28.

2015 Keynote at "Fashion Responsive" Symposium,HEAD – Genève (Switzerland), March 24, 2015, curated by Scientific Director Luca Marchetti.

2014 INTERNATIONAL METABODY FORUM IMF 2014 STEIM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 9-14. - Workshop outcomes/Public presentations of new wearable design work Saturday 14-17h. For a brief video documentation, go here.

2014 HOLOstage Dress Rehearsal, collaboration on METABOY project with TMA Hellerau - Cynetart 2014 Festival at Festspielhaus Hellerau, Drresden, Germany, November 14-16.

2014 Michèle Danjoux and Vanessa Michielon participate in the STEIM pressure cooker workshop on "e-textiles" to examine new scientific innovations in intelligent garment design. (Amsterdam, The Netherland. October 8 – 13. Go here for the presentation of the Workshop.

2014 INTERNATIONAL METABODY FORUM IMF MediaLab Prado Madrid // UAM // Madrid - 10 - 18 July. July 11: Michèle Danjoux/Johannes Birrinher present audiovisual lecture at Conference (UAM): “Audible Choreography and the Limits of Control”

2014 Paper Presentation: Re-Fashioning the Performing Body: The transformational potentials of fashion in contemporary dance performance, Shapeshifting Conference: Transformative Paradigms of Fashion & Textile Design, 14-16th April 2014, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

2014 February 25: “Wearables,” DAP-Lab wearable design featured in BBC World Service Program “Click”, broadcast from London BBC Radio Theatre, February 25. // See Film documentary on Michèle Danjoux demonstrating DAP-Wearables, with Vanessa Michielon, Oliver Doyle, and Rosella Galindo on the BBC program.

2014February 28: “Critical Costumes by DAP-Lab,” featurd at Artbar Event, MCA (Museum of Contemporary Art Australia), Sidney. Cueated by Chicks on Speed.

2013 CYNETART festival platform for public presentation of METABODY project. Festspielhaus Hellerau, Dresden (Germany). 14 – 17 November. Presentation at “Nacht des Experiments” 15th November, 21h 0- 23h: Michèle Danjoux, with Johannes Birringer, Vera Ondrasikova: “Wearables / Audible and Inaudible Choreography” (film and demonstration) (moderated by Jaime del Val).

2013 Paper Presentation: Sonic Approaches in the Design of Wearables, as a Potential Method of Informing Choreographic Practices, The Body in Twentieth- and Twenty-First Century Performance, Wednesday June 5 2013, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK

2013 Embodied cognition – Presentation and discussion panel member on Practice-based Research in doctoral programmes (Dance, Drama & Music), 30 April, University of Winchester, Winchester, England

2013 Audiophonic Design in Motion: A presentation and demonstration of artworks transforming sensorial design into a fuller exploration of narrative, fashion and choreography, followed by performance of opening scene of "for the time being" (TatlinTower) KINETIKA Art Fair, London

2013 Paper Presentation: The Sound of Movement Wearables, Critical Costume: Towards a Vocabulary of Scenographic Bodies A Symposium and Exhibition, 17-18th January 2013, Edge Hill Followed by Exhibition of two prototypoe designs, Tatlin Tower HeadDress and InstrumentWoman Dress, The Arts Centre, Edge Hill, Liverpool. Click here for a brief film on the event and the exhibition

2012 Presentation at Dance Research Seminar at De Montfort University on “The Sound of Movement Wearables”, 13th November 2012

2010 “Digital is…… Reflections on literary, sonic and visual cultural practises in the digital era,” Artist Round Table, Birkbeck University of London

2010 UKIYO (Moveable Worlds), diptych film installation, Staatstheater Mainz, Kleines Haus, Germany

2010 Becoming Leaf, butoh film, KIBLA Media Arts Center, Maribor, Slovenia

2010 Ming Yi (Verfinsterung des Lichts), arts @ Artaud, Brunel University, West London

2009 Ukiyo (Moveable World), diptych screen installation, Subtle Technologies Festival, Toronto, Canada

2009 Ming Yi (Die Verfinsterung des Lichts), film, IAPL London

2008 Design in Motion, exhibition & film, Inside Out, Bonington Gallery, Nottingham

2007 Klüver, Design in Motion festival, Prague Quadrennial, Prague, Czech Republic

2006 Klüver, presented in the “B-Sides” Program at Upgrade! International, Oklahoma City, USA, curated in collaboration with New Media Scotland

2006 Intimate Klüver, diptych film installation, DRHA, Dartington College of Arts

2005 "IFFTI - International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes The 7th Annual IFFTI International Conference," October 31st - November 5th 2005, Bunka Women's University Tokyo, Japan. Paper Presentation: The Telematic Dress - Evolving garments and distributed design in streaming media and fashion performance.Paper to be published in conference book.

2005 "Wearable Futures Hybrid Culture in the Design and Development of Soft Technology" 14-16 September 2005, University of Wales, Newport, Wales, UK. Paper Presentation: The Telematic Dress - Evolving garments. To be published in Conference Proceedings.



2013 Movement & Sound with Musician John Richards & The Dirty Electronics Ensemble and Choreographer Kei Mayata, 9-10th May 2013, The Curve Theatre, Leicester, UK.

2013 Theatre and Resonant Politics, ARTAUD FORUM 3, Brunel University, London

2012 ARTAUD FORUM 2: Konnecting Gestures Performance and Sound Technologies, Artaud Performance Centre, Brunel University

2011 Interaktionslabor, 9th annual media lab and performance academy, Göttelborn, Germany

2011 ARTAUD FORUM 1: The World from Within and Without, dance-theatre workshop, Artaud Performance Centre, Brunel University

2010 UKIYO 2 [Moveable World], international workshop, Antonin Artaud Centre

2009 Virtual Performance Environments/Mixed Realities, Tokyo, Keio University

2009 Interaktionslabor 7, Coal Mine Göttelborn, Germany

2009 Virtual Performance Environments/Mixed Realities, Tokyo, Keio University

2009 UKIYO cross-cultural workshop on virtual environments with artists from INETdance Japan and members of DAP-Lab, London, Artaud Performance Centre, Brunel University

2007 "Bodies of Color": Intimacy: Across Visceral and Digital Performance Festival, Goldsmiths University of London

2005 "Dance and Wearable Computing: Cultures, Fashions, and Designs." Digital Cultures and Dance Technologies, international laboratory, Nottingham, November 28-December 4, 2005.

2005 "Physical Camera and Telematic Performance," workshop, PARIP international conference, On Practice as Research in Performance, University of Leeds, Bretton Hall Campus, co-directed with Johannes Birringer



Olu Taiwo

Taiwo, Olu (2009), 'The Physical Journal: The Living Body that Writes and Rewrites Itself,' in Sensualities/Textualities and Technologies, ed. Susan Boadhurst and Josephine Machon, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 103-116.

Taiwo, Olu (2005). The Orishas: the influence of the Yoruba cultural diaspora. In: Harvey, G. ed. Indigenous Diasporas and Dislocations. Ashgate.

Taiwo, Olu: (2000) Music, Art and Movement among the Yoruba, Chapter in Harvey (Ed.) Indigenous Religions, Oxford: Cassell

Taiwo, Olu: (1998) 'The Return Beat' Chapter in John Wood, ed., The Virtual Embodied, London: Routledge

Taiwo Olu & John Wood (1998) Optimising Feelings of Uncertainty to enhance public performance - 14TH WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY MONTREAL, JULY 26 - AUGUST 1, 1998

Taiwo, Olu (1998), "The 'Return Beat': 'curved perceptions' in music and dance," in The Virtual Embodied: Presence/Practice/Technology, ed. John Wood. London: Routldge, 1998, pp. 157-67.

Taiwo, Olu & Wood, John: (1997) Some Proprioceptive Observation of 'Being With', Amsterdam: The Problem of Action and Observation Conference

Online Journal

Olu Taiwo 2008. ADAD at the Big Mission - Report by Dr. Olu Taiwo; Hotfoot On-line journal: [online]. on-line: ADAD: Association for Dance in African Diaspora. Available from: 10.

Olu Taiwo 2008. Enlightening our transcultural stories - Reflections on London's Cultural Olympiad 2012 by Olu Taiwo; Hotfoot on-line journal: [online]. on-line: ADAD: Association for Dance in the African Diaspora. Available from: 10.


Oded Ben Tal

2011 concert premiere of "Zaum" at Ghent
Ben-Tal, Oded and Berger, Jonathan (2004) Creative aspects of sonification. Leonardo, 37(3), pp. 229-232. ISSN (print) 0024-094X
Ben-Tal, Oded (2009) Music for strings. (music).
Ben-Tal, Oded (2004) Nebulae for double woodwind quintet. (music). (Unpublished)
Ben-Tal, Oded (2003) Chlorophilosophy. (music). (Unpublished)
Ben-Tal, Oded (2001) Precipitating lights. (music). (Unpublished)
Conference or Workshop Item
Ben-Tal, Oded and Sagiv, Noam (2010) Auditory-visual synaesthesia: investigations using dynamic sounds and spontaneous reports between sleep and wakefulness. In: 2020 Meeting of the UK Synaesthesia Association; 27 - 28 Mar 2010, Brighton, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Wilkins, Caroline and Ben-Tal, Oded (2010) The embodiment of music/sound within an multimedia performance space. In: Artech 2010 " Envisioning Digital Spaces"; 22-23 Apr 2010, Guimaraes, Portugal. ISBN 9789899616318
Ben-Tal, Oded (2009) Auditory-visual synaesthesia using dynamic sounds with changing pitch and timbre. In: Sinestesia 2009 3rd International Congress on Synaesthesia, Science & Art; 26 - 29 Apr 2009, Granada, Spain. (Unpublished)
Ben-Tal, Oded (2008) Musical toys: interactive audio for non-musicians. In: Linux Audio Conference 2008; 28 Feb - 02 Mar 2008, Cologne, Germany. (Unpublished)


Giulia Tonucci

Tonucci, Giulia (2010), Corpo e Tecnologie: Nuove Forme di Presenza nella Scena Contemporanea. Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, Universita di Bologna.




Collaborative publications and publications by associates of DAP LAB / ADaPT


Ellen Bromberg

Bromberg, Ellen R. with Johannes Birringer, Jimmy Miklavcic, David Zemmels, and Julio C. Facelli, "Telemediated Art: The Utah experience with the ADaPT (Association for Dance and Performance Telematics) Collaboration"

Bromberg,Ellen R. with Johannes Birringer, "ADAPT: Telepresent Artistic Collaborations," Center for High Performance Computing Newsletter, August 2002, vol. 13:2, University of Utah.

Bromberg, Ellen R. with Johannes Birringer, "ADaPT: Telepresent Artistic Collaborations," Interdisciplinary Humanities 21:1 , 2004, 87-93. Johannes Birringer, Ellen Bromberg, Naomi Jackson, John Mitchell, Lisa Naugle, and Doug Rosenberg.

Bromberg, Ellen R., "Connected Dance: Distributed Performance across Time Zones," hypertext essay ed. by J. Birringer, in " Transmigratory Moves/Dance in Global Circulation, " Congress On Research in Dance Conference Proceedings, New York University (October 2001), pp. 51-77.


Lisa Naugle

Naugle, Lisa, "Distributed Choreography in a Video-Conference Environment". Performance Art Journal, 71 (2002), 56-61.

Naugle, L. "A Study of On-line Collaborative Choreography Using LifeForms and Internet Communication", Ph.D. Dissertation. New York University, Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, Dance Education Program, 2002.

Naugle, Lisa and Gitleman, Claudia. "Reconstructing a Late Work of Hanya Holm: Stage Success and Electronic Heartache", Proceedings of the Society of Dance History Scholars, (1999): 63-67.

Naugle, Lisa Marie. "The Cassandra Project: In the Mediascape of the Internet ". Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference Congress on Research in Dance. (1998): 101-108.

Naugle, Lisa. "Digital Dancing" IEEE Multimedia, Vol. 5. No. 4. IEEE Computer Society October-December, 1998.

Naugle, Lisa Marie. "Internet Performance: Reflections on Dancing in Cyberspace". Proceedings of the Multimedia Technology and Applications Conference. (1998). P. 14-18

Naugle, Lisa. and Garland, Iris. "A University Dance Course in Cyberspace: The Telelearning Experience", Journal of Distance Education, Vol. XII, No. 1/2 (1997)


Conference Presentations:


"Connected Dance: Distributed Performance across Time Zones, " panel presented by Johannes Birringer, Ellen Bromberg, Naomi Jackson, John Mitchell, Lisa Naugle, and Doug Rosenberg. Congress On Research in Dance Conference, New York University (October 2001).

Ellen Bromberg, EDUCAUSE 2002 Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002

Johannes Birringer, "Interactive Environments," Research lab presentation at the DAMP Lab at V2_ Institute of the Unstable Media, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2003

Johannes Birringer, "Der transmediale Tanz: Tanz-Technologien im Transfer, " Lecture at "Tanz Anders Wo," Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft fxr Tanzforschung, Tanzquartier Wien, Austria 2003

Johannes Birringer, "Networked Environments for Dance, " Panel participant at Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) Conference, Toronto, Canada, 2003

Johannes Birringer, "Industrial Culture: Conversion Performances," lecture presented at Subtle Technologies conference, Toronto, Canada, 2003

Johannes Birringer, "Lag, interruption and collapse - sustainable communications," Online symposium, GRAPHITE Conference, SIGGRAPH, Melbourne, Australia, 2003

Johannes Birringer, "Performance: Revisioning the Aesthetics and Politics of New Technologies," School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, 2002

Johannes Birringer, "Modernism and Beyond: Dance and Technology as Cultural Processes," School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada 2002

Johannes Birringer, "Reflexiones sobre Performance, Cultura y Tecnolog a," Latin American program on Digital Cultures, HyperMedia Studio, UCLA, Los Angeles, 2002

Johannes Birringer, "Real-Time and Presence: Composing Virtual Environments," workshop organzied by Trans-Media-Akademie Hellerau e.V., CYNETart Dresden in co-operation with 01plus Institute for art, design and media technology at the FH Nuremberg, Germany, 2002

Johannes Birringer, "Connected Sites / Distributed Performance," lecture at the Symposium "Wissen schaffen xber Tanz", Akademie der Kxnste, Berlin, and Gesellschaft fxr Tanzforschung e.V, Germany, 2001

Johannes Birringer, "New Environments for Dance: Ecologies of Networks." Subtle Technologies Conference, University of Tornonto, Ontario, Canada, 2001.

Johannes Birringer, "Dance, Motion Capture, Telematics," Second International Congress on Art and Technology, University of Brasilia, Brazil, 2001

Johannes Birringer, "Performance and Interactivity," Graduate School of Semiotics and Communication-PUC-S 9o Paulo, Brazil, 2001


Lisa Naugle, Association for Internet Researchers, Paper and Panel Presentation, "Probing the Barriers to Dance and Other Worlds: Separation and Connection through Internet 2", October, 2003, Toronto, Canada. Panel presentation with Johannes Birringer and Susan Kozel. Also see

Lisa Naugle, Congress on Research in Dance Conference, Panel presentation in collaboration with ADaPT (Association for Dance and Performance Telematics), "Connected Dance: Distributed Performance Across time Zones." New York University, October 2001.

Lisa Naugle, "Internet Performance: Reflections on Dancing in Cyberspace." Multimedia, Technology and Application Conference, Los Angeles Convention Center, California. IEEE Computer Society, September 1998.

Ellen Bromberg,: "Experiments in Improvisational On-line Collaboration" Video Presentation Dance Screen 2002, 9th International Competitive Festival for dance films and videos Monaco Dance Forum 10-14 December 2002

Brian Buck, Gray Miller, AJ Niehaus and Apryl Seech: "ADAPT (The Association for Dance and Performance Telematics): Multiple definitions of distributed performance." Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities January 2004. The Proceedings are now online:


John Mitchell

John Mitchell, "The Symposium on Arts Technology - Arts of the Virtual: Poetic Inquiries in Time, Space and Motion," University of Utah, 2004 (

John Mitchell, "The ADAPT gaming projects" Monaco Dance Forum 2004 MDF Multmedia Forum 16 December 2004 Johannes Birringer / John Mitchell Presentation on ADAPT research progress.