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Entanglement Theory

A film by Richard James Allen, Karen Pearlman and Gary Hayes

Choreographer and Director: Richard James Allen
Second Life Artist, Animateur, Machinimatographer: Gary Hayes
Editor and Dramaturge/Writer: Karen Pearlman
Supervising Sound Editor: Andrew Plain
Composer: Fiona Hill

Dancers:
Catherine Davies, Cloe Fournier, Fei Lee, Gary Hazlitt, Katerina Rajch, Kylie Wollongong, Lachlan James Bell, Marttaleena Luukkonen, Rachel Ward, Richard James Allen, Rory Nagle-Runciman, Rui Imizu, Sanna Lundström,
Serena Chalker

Assistant to the Choreographer: Marttaleena Luukkonen
Second Life Found Settings: Adam Nash, Gary Hayes, Physical TV
Live Action Cinematographer: Devris Hasan
Live Action Second Camera Operator: Craig Jackson
Live Dancers Costume Designer: Jacques Tchong

A Physical TV Company Production
Producers: Richard James Allen and Karen Pearlman

Supported by:
Critical Path, An Ausdance NSW Dance Space Residency,
Short Sweet + Dance, Dance Shed,
Huzzah Sound, SV2, Eden Media,
Deluxe Australia, Deluxe StageOne Sound

This project was assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body

Copyright © 2009 The Physical TV Company Pty Ltd.

(Full credits list available on request)

Official Web Page
(at The Physical TV Company website):
physicaltv.com.au/DanceFilmEntanglementTheoryrichardJamesAllenkarenPearlmangaryHayesmixedRealityLiveActionsecondLifeMachinima_

 


​A book in which book chapter about Entanglement Theory appears:
http://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9781137410269​

Allen, Richard James

Allen, Richard James

Pearlman, Karen

Hayes, Gary

Entanglement Theory

Artistic direction / Conception : Un film de Richard James Allen, Karen Pearlman et Gary Hayes

Choreography : Richard James Allen

Choreography assistance : Marttaleena Luukkonen

Interpretation : Catherine Davies, Cloe Fournier, Fei Lee, Gary Hazlitt, Katerina Rajch, Kylie Wollongong, Lachlan James Bell, Marttaleena Luukkonen, Rachel Ward, Richard James Allen, Rory Nagle-Runciman, Rui Imizu, Sanna Lundström, Serena Chalker

Video conception : Second Life Artist, Animateur, Machinimatographer: Gary Hayes - Editor and Dramaturge/Writer: Karen Pearlman - Supervising Sound Editor: Andrew Plain - Composer: Fiona Hill - Second Life Found Settings: Adam Nash, Gary Hayes, Physical TV - Live Action Cinematographer: Devris Hasan - Live Action Second Camera Operator: Craig Jackson

Costumes : Jacques Tchong

Production / Coproduction of the video work : A Physical TV Company Production - Producers: Richard James Allen and Karen Pearlman

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