Networked Performance Research
In 2003 Keith Armstrong mentored Suzon Fuks and James Cunningham through an investigation into the practical and theoretical potential for electronic networks as media for creating new forms of performance practice. During the mentorship, they streamed performance material across Local Area Networks, the internet and The Access Grid – a high-end video conferencing network.
Between 2003 and 2011, Suzon and Igneous continued to research networked performance primary using the internet, by initiating events and partaking in open events, using a range of online platforms including iVisit, Selfworld, Skype, UpStage, DIAL, Tokbox and Video Whisper, with and without audience, both proximal and online.
Artists partaking in this research include:
Keith Armstrong, Suzon Fuks, James Cunningham, Kelli Dipple, Rebecca Youdell, Russell Milledge, Iain Court, Stefan Dreher, Cherry Truluck, Lix Bryce, Sofia Woods, Ben Unterman, Hedva Eltanani, Katarina DJ Urošević, N.Ramachandran
Tankman Tango - streaming
A Day in a Life
Waterwheel Installation Performance