3/28 SLOW MOVEMENT Showcase & Forum vol.5
- 日時2021/ 28th, MARCH Sun.
4:00-7:00 pm (AEDT)
2:00-5:00 pm (JST)
Ryoko Aoki holds a unique position in the field of Noh theatre as a female singer and performer. She has performed in several traditional Noh plays, historically the reserve of male actors. Above all, she is the pioneer of and inspiration for a new artistic form combining Noh with contemporary music. More than 50 works have been written for her by various composers including Peter Eötvös, Toshio Hosokawa, Stefano Gervasoni and José María Sánchez-Verdú.
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Sound Art Ensemble
the Amplified Elephants
A leading Australian sound art ensemble, many of The Amplified Elephants’ projects have been presented internationally and in prominent Australian venues. Mentored by JOLT Arts director James Hullick, The Amplified Elephants was produced by Footscray Community Arts Centre’s Artlife Program for people with intellectual disabilities in partnership with JOLT Arts from 2006 – 2019.
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Interactive Designer, Associate Prof from RMIT Uni.
Duckworth is an Associate Professor in Digital Design; director of CiART, School of Design at RMIT, and artist in the audio-visual Duckworth Hullick Duo. Dr Duckworth has established a strong reputation for his interdisciplinary practice-based design research that forges synergies between media art, human computer interaction, health science, disability, and game technology.
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Media Artist, Associate Prof. from Ritsumeikan Uni.
Dr. Mochizuki is Associate Professor in College of Image Arts and Sciences at Ritsumeikan University, and Media artist. He research on the field of Human interface and interaction, Life/Health/Medical informatics, entertainment and game informatics, art at large. His marckable work is “Wheelchair DJ.” (linked blow) Studying digital media for disabilities, elderly people, and children.
Composer, Sound Artist
Hullick is the CEO & Artistic Director of JOLT Arts. Hullick founded the organization in 2008 whilst completing his PhD studies at RMIT University’s School of Art. Since 2006 he has mentored The Amplified Elephants – a sound art ensemble for people with disabilities. This ensemble began through the Footscray Community Arts Centre’s (FCAC) ArtLife program where he worked as a sound art mentor.
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Computer Programmer, Creative Coder
Ross Eldridge is a creative coder and programmer who has formed a long-term extensive collaboration with A/Prof Jonathan Duckworth with over 15 years of experience developing interactive applications and digital artworks. Eldridge explores the technical side of creating real-time interactive visual and audio experiences. His primary experience is in developing interactive virtual environments, input tracking systems and real-time 3D graphics programming.
Circus Artist, SLOW CIRCUS PROJECT Director
He started street performance when he was a junior high school student. As an overseas trainee of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, he was the first Japanese to go to the French National Circus School (CNAC). After graduating, a two-year European tour at the circus directed by Philippe Decouflé. After that, founded the French Contemporary Circus Company and performed in 35 countries around the world. Returned to Japan in 2009. SLOW LABEL Performing Director since 2014.
Para Creative Producer, SLOW LABEL Director
With a focus on “the extraordinary within the ordinary,” she develops a variety of projects that connect people and communities from diverse fields and cultures, creating new values. In 2010, having lost all lower limb function in her right leg due to osteosarcoma, she encountered the world of disability welfare services, and following year established SLOW LABEL .Tokyo 2020 comprehensive team creative director.