João Fiadeiro
Case study on choreographer João Fiadeiro between October 2014 and March 2016 More

Introduction: Composition in Real Time method

Performance Studies & Information Vizualisation

Multimodal Communication & Cognition

Computer Vision & Motion Tracking

João Fiadeiro
Case study on choreographer João Fiadeiro betweenOctober 2014 and March 2016 More

Performance Studies & Information Vizualisation

Multimodal Communication & Cognition

Computer Vision & Motion Tracking

João Fiadeiro
Case study on choreographer João Fiadeiro betweenOctober 2014 and March 2016 More

Performance Studies & Information Vizualisation

Multimodal Communication & Cognition

Computer Vision & Motion Tracking

Publications

2017

Anjos, R., Fernandes, C., and Madeiras Pereira, J. (2017, in print). 3D Flashback: An Informative Application for Dance. ERCIM News, Volume 108.

Jürgens, S. (2017, in print). How to communicate on the verge of collapse. Choreographic Practices, Special Issue ‘Words and Dance’.

Jürgens, S., and Fernandes, C. (2017, in print). Choreographic practice-as-research: Researching and Visualizing Conceptual Structures in Contemporary Dance. Performance as Research: Knowledge, Methods, Impact. London/New York: Routledge.

2016

Evola, V., Skubisz, J. and Fernandes C. (2016). The Role of Eye Gaze and Body Movements in Turn-Taking during a Contemporary Dance Improvisation. In: Gilmartin, E., Cerrato, L., Campbell, N. (eds). Proceedings from the 3rd European Symposium on Multimodal Communication, Dublin, September 17-18, 2015. Linköping: LiU Press. pp.24-31. ISBN: 978-91-7685-679-6. Available at: www.ep.liu.se

Fernandes, C. 2016. (Ed.): Multimodality and Performan

Fernandes, C. 2016. (ed.) Multimodality and Performance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. More

Fernandes, C. and Jürgens, S. (2016). Moving from an artist-led practice into self-emerging educational approaches. Performance Research, Volume 21, Issue 6: ‘On Radical Education’, pp. 71-77. DOI: 10.1080/13528165.2016.1239910

Gouveia, J., Fernandes, C., and Correia, N. (2016). The Creation-Tool: Augmenting the Annotation of Performing Arts Rehearsals. In: Fernandes, C. (Ed.) Multimodality and Performance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Jürgens, S. (2016). Three methods of designing a workflow with multimodal video annotation in interdisciplinary choreographic processes. In: Fernandes, C. (Ed.). Multimodality and Performance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 159-178.

Jürgens, S., Henriques, F. and Fernandes, C. (2016). Re-Constructing the Choreographic Studio of João Fiadeiro through Animated infographic films. PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research, Volume 1, Issue 1, Article 3. Available at: scholar.colorado.edu

Ribeiro C., Anjos R., Fernandes C. (2016). 3D Annotation in Contemporary Dance: Enhancing the Creation-Tool Video Annotator. 3rd International Symposium on Movement & Computing.

Publications of Collaborators

2016

Almeida, C. and Sousa, B. (2016). Worldmaking in Rap - Predators, Fighters, Salvagers: a Multimodal Approach. In: Fernandes, C. (Ed.) Multimodality and Performance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Bermudez, B. (2016). What is Involved in the Process of Naming Movement? An Insight into a Research Project on Pre-choreographic Elements Based on the Work of Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten. In: Fernandes, C. Ed.) Multimodality and Performance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Galhano, I. (2016). Understanding ‘shit talk’: Interpersonal communication in Rui Horta’s SetUp. In: Fernandes, C. (Ed.) Multimodality and Performance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Oliveira. C. (2016). Nexus at the Limits of Possibility. A Few Remarks on the Documentation of Multiplicities via the Curious Case of The Emergence Room #2 Berlin. In: Fernandes, C. (Ed.) Multimodality and Performance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2015

Galhano, I. and Galvão, E. (2015). Nonverbal communication. Franz Pöchhacker (ed.) Routledge encyclopedia of interpreting studies. London: Routledge, 279. ISBN: 978-0-415-63432-8.