Shiver (Videodance Realization)

2010 | Short Film | Video edit by Randy Gibson with HD footage of the 2008 World Premiere | Benjamin Forster, dancer | 9 Minutes


Original Audio: Randy Gibson
Original Projection: Oscar H Scott
Original Choreograpy: Laine Rettmer

World Premiere: 9th Korea Experimental Arts Festival, Seoul, South Korea - July 28th, 2010

Presentation History
Thinking Media III | Seoul, Korea : August 14 - 20, 2013
9th Korea Experimental Arts Festival | Seoul, Korea : July 24 - August 1, 2010
Nachtclub mit Fenster | Darmstadt, Germany : July 16 - 17, 2008

A combined projection and documentation presentation of Shiver.

By combining documentation of the world premiere with the original projection, I developed a version of the work that captures the essence of experiencing this work live.

Sound and editing by Randy Gibson
Projection by Oscar H Scott
Choreography by Laine Rettmer
Dancer: Benjamin Forster


See Also:
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Apparitions of The Four Pillars in The Midwinter Starfield Symmetry under The 72:81:88 Confluence | ensemble and symmetrical harmonic sine waves | 2015
The Third Pillar in Primal Imperfect Palindrome with The Souvenir of The Second Pillar, The Floating Cirrus over the Pumping Slush, and The Highest Moving Chordal Motif from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | solo trombone, digital delay, and prime harmonic sine waves | 2011
i left you on a cold day in december | Short Film | 2006
The First Pillar Imploding The Principal Drone Under The Addition Of 9 In Melodic Counterpoint From Apparitions Of the Four Pillars | voice and pitch shifting vocal drones to be recorded on cassette tapes | 2013
Distant Melodies from a Cold Day between 23 and 29 | sine-wave based accompaniment to the film i left you on a cold day in december, when presented in a proscenium manner | 2007
Descending The Starfield Symmetry | double bass, long delay lines, and symmetrical harmonic sine waves | 2015