The 1st video of the Experimental Multimedia Unit “*Asterisk” – a short dance video that simply expressed relation between music, dance and visual image.
*Asterisk’s members are MEISAI (Dance), MANUKE (Direction) and Kariu Kenji (Sound).
WoW. Amazing. This is the best representation I have seen of the patterns, lines and shapes formed by movement in Juggling, Dance and Manipulation. We’re excited to see more work from this collaboration.
Thanks to Remi for the link.
Waiting for Pich to come and comment about “Graphic Juggling”.
Paper manipulation from Sigmoga at Quebec circus school.
Such a simple idea, brilliant exploration and Innovation.
~0:30 sec is one of those great moments that make you say: “Huh, what!! Rewind.”
It would be great to see an act come from this.
The Busking Project have travelled the world in search of the world’s street art, finding the beauty in each of the people they meet, recording it, editing it, then sharing it for the world to see. With 114 high definition videos, they certainly have a beautiful collection of interesting and inspiring people, like the Hong Kong Rose Sculptor.
They are interested in the discussion of what it means to be a street performer and are interviewing anyone they can to find a wide variety of opinions and ideas about what it means to busk.
Continue reading The Busking Project
Ryan has compiled his last decade of research into contact juggling and manipulation in this massive post on DotOrg. Check it out; plenty of good stuff in there that you might have missed.
Jugglers are (almost) Obsolete part III. This robot can juggle 2 ping pong balls on a bat and it’s doing it the clever way.
Really impressive – Skynet is coming.
Incredible bartending trick, pouring a rainbow of drinks.
Ryan Mellors has just released a 30 minute hoop manipulation tutorial video/workshop called “The 4 Basic Isolations”.
It is only $5 to download until October 1st. Highly recommended for all people interested in hoop manipulation.
Home of Poi.com currently have Isolation hoops in stock.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfDi89Hj0QAFlowtoys put together this cute video showing a Toroflux in action, including a demo by Isaac Blackwood combining a Toroflux with 1 ball contact juggling – Supergood.
Designed by Jochen Valett the Toroflux is “a mesmerizing kinetic sculpture and an interactive “flow toy” that’s like a 4th dimensional slinky.” Sweet, I must have watched this video about 100 times in the last 2 weeks, we’re starting the Christmas list early at MoM Headquarters.