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William Forsythe's "Improvisation technologies."

Author: Nik Haffner; Christian Ziegler
Edition/Format:   Article : English
Publication:Ballett international/Tanz aktuell [English ed.] Aug. 1997, p. 10-13. ill.
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Named Person: William Forsythe; William Forsythe
Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Nik Haffner; Christian Ziegler
OCLC Number: 79039823
Notes: Designer Christian Ziegler and dancer Nik Haffner describe their approaches to and first experiences with the CD-ROM project, "Improvisation technologies", co-developed by Ballett Frankfurt and ZKM in Karlsruhe as an electronic training assistant in the ballet studio.
Contents: The dancer as medium / by Nik Haffner --
The CD ROM / by Christian Ziegler.
Other Titles: Improvisation technologies (CD-ROM)

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