Movement Alphabet combines interactive technology with immersive performance to visualise the physical personality embodied in how we move in daily life.
Each visitor of the interactive artwork is led by a guide on a journey through their own memories and stories. During this, their movements are analysed and rendered into a Movement Portrait through a process akin to a digital calligraphy of the whole body.
- 28 Oct 2016 Tate Modern, London
- 4-5 Nov 2016, G.A.S. Station, London
- 12-13 Nov 2016, Watermans Arts Centre, London
- 8 Mar 2017, Bucks New University, Buckinghamshire
- 20-21 May 2017, Old Truman Brewery, London
- 7 Mar 2016, Rose Lipman Building, London
- 16 Jul 2016, Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Movement Alphabet was created and directed by Jan Lee & Tim Murray-Browne.
- Live Experience Design and Direction – Jan Lee
- Code, Visuals, Website design – Tim Murray-Browne
- Performers – Jan Lee, Fabiola Santana
- Producer – Tadeo Sendon
- Dramaturg – Neus Gil Cortés
- Screen Design – Ciarán Grogan
- Mentor, Creative Consultant – ZU-UK
- Studio Assistant – Megan Sands
- Website code – Daniel Lopez
Documentation film created by Mind The Film.
See above for the full team.
Movement Alphabet was created using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and with support from G.A.S. Station and Queen Mary University of London. Social media support provided by Rebelle Social. Documentation filmed by Mind the Film. Flashbulb audio sample courtesy of Cheeseheadburger on Freesound. Many thanks for additional support from Susanna Eastburn, Nadine Rothschild, Becky Stewart, Kok Ho Huen, Tom Sloan, Music Hackspace, and to those who helped us prototype and test the work:
Yacine, Rosie, Shannon, John, Lavinia, Carlo, Greg, Hanzo, Camila, Petra, Jorge, Jade, Kayja, Tadeo, Sara, Sara, Esther, Danai, Chiara, Thelma, Monika, Neus, Trisha, Yong, Esther, Ciarán, Kieran, Nadine, Catherine, Kay, Mayan, Mischa, Tom, Daniel, HyeJeong, Chloë, Carrie and Mai.