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Wendy Yu – Acts of Holding Dance

Acts of Holding Dance is a video projection featuring dancers performing in slow motion, capturing the documentation of the dancer’s past.

Acts of Holding Dance is a large-scale projection installation. It features dancers who have been digitally manipulated and slowed down.

The work was developed during an artist residency at the Centre for Projection Art. It was inspired by Anna McDonald’s thesis paper about the nature of loss. This idea is exaggerated through movement composition.

Location – Rowville Art Hub

Stamford Park Homestead, 8 Emmeline Row, Rowville

Biography

Wendy Yu is an interdisciplinary artist working in the field of dance and computational design. Yu’s works usually take the form of dance integration with code-based designs. Theset are outputted as urban media installations.

She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Masters of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts. She is currently pursuing research to complete a PhD on dance’s position in urban media art.

Her works have been presented at:

  • The Beijing Tech-Arts Festival
  • Underground Atlanta
  • the Powerhouse Museum
  • Museum of Art and Applied Sciences
  • Midsumma Festival
  • March Dance Festival
  • Several gallery spaces in Melbourne and Sydney

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