The two fellows of the academy Marco Donnarumma and Andrea Familari form the performance collective “Fronte Vacuo” with Margeritha Pevere. Donnarumma and Familari give insights into their research work and present their long-term research project “Humane Methods”.
The two internationally renowned choreographers and video artists work with body sensors, robot-supported prostheses, methods of artificial intelligence – and let music and light interact with each other interactively. “[Σxhale]” (as part of “Humane Methods”) will come on stage in Vienna in January as a collective social experiment that combines technology, art and social participation in an unusual narrative form. Donnarumma and Familari provide insight into the approach of their work.