0=45 version I
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0=45 version I is a historical computer dance for video by Analivia Cordeiro from 1974. It is part of a series: versions I, II and III. It was programmed in Fortran IV language and processed in a main-frame computer Digital PDP11 in the Computer Center of Universidade de Campinas, Brazil. for more information www.analivia.com.br or Instagram analiviacordeiroofficial.
ANALIVIA CORDEIRO Dancer, choreographer, multimedia artist and architect, PhD with two pos-doc, member of the UNESCO International Dance Council. One of the computer dance world pioneers and the Latinamerican video-art pioneer (1973), she created multimedia performances, videos, the App BodyWay Nota-Anna and the notation software Nota-Anna; curator of Waldemar Cordeiro collection. A book: Analivia Cordeiro-From Body to Code, publisher ZKM/ Verlag Himmer. Collective exhibitions: International Festival of Edinburgh, 1973; XII Bienal, São Paulo, Brazil, 1973;The Bat-Sheva Seminar on Interaction of Art and Science, Israel, 1974; LatinAmerica 74 at ICA, London, 1974; LatinAmerican Films and Video Tapes at Media Study of State University of New York, 1974; WGBH - TV Public Channel, 1976; 20th American Dance Guild Conference, 1976; Art of Space Era at Von Braun Civic Center of Huntsville Museum of Art, 1978; 27th Annual Dance on Camera Festival, New York, 1998; Festival Il Coreografo Elettronico, Italy, 1999; International Seminar Invenção, Brazil, 1999; The 1999-2000 Sawyers Seminar at University of Chicago, 1999; L’Ombra dei Maestri – Rudolf Laban, Università degli Studi di Bologna, Italy, 1999; JavaOne 2001 and 2003 Worldwide Java Developer Conferences, San Francisco; Made in Brazil, 2003/5, ARCO art fair, Madrid winner of the BEEP prize, 2015; 11. Bienal Mercosul, Brazil, 2015; Expanded Senses, B3, Frankfurt, 2015; Moving Images Contours, San Sebastian, Spain, 2015; Chance and Control, Victoria&Albert Museum, London, 2018; Radical Women: Latin American Art, Hammer Museum, LA and Brooklyn Museum, New York USA, Pinacoteca de São Paulo, Brazil; Encoder Le Monde, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France, 2018; Fairest of the Fair, Philippines, 2019; Mutatio, Paris, 2019; Code 1952-1982, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2023. Ssolo exhibitions: Unforgetable Kicks, MAM, Rio de Janeiro and UNIBES, São Paulo, Brazil, 2018; From body to Code, ZKM, Germany 2023; Corpografias, CAAM, Spain 2023. Collections: archive of the artist Oskar Schlemmer, Switzerland; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; BEEP Award for Electronic Art, Madrid; Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid; Museum of Koncrete Kunst, Ingolstadt, Germany; MAC USP, Brazil; MoMA New York; Itaú Cultural, Brazil; Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Represented by Anita Beckers Galerie, Germany; Isabel Aninat Galeria, Chile; Luciana Brito Galeria, Brazil. Information: www.analivia.com.br and Instagram: analiviacordeiroofficial