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Our Project
Depero Futuristi is a team at Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center re-imagining Balli Plastici, the ‘plastic dance’ created by Italian Futurist Fortunato Depero in 1918. The marionettes used in the dance encapsulate the Futurist ideal of machinery striving to break free of human control. Our goal is to digitize Depero’s puppets and develop a toolkit anyone can use to create their own Futurist-inspired ballets. Our efforts will move the marionettes beyond mere appreciation, propelling them continually forward as living art. Our clients include Performa 09 and the Museum of Arts and Design. If you want more information about this project, ToyBox Futuristi or Balli Plastici at Performa 09, please contact us at deperofuturisti@gmail.com. Check out Balli Plastici on the web! November 2010: Balli Plastici is shown in Trento, Italy musicalized live by the Globus Orchestra October 2010: A piece about the process of creating Balli Plastici is published in the Creare electronic journal September 2010: Showcased Balli Plastici at Casa Depero in Rovereto, Italy- home of Fortunato Depero August 2010: Presented at the Warhol museum in Pittsburgh, PA July 2010: Published in GSTF International Journal of Computing July Issue June 2010: 3 Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh, PA, part of the "Art of Technology" exhibit May 2010: Top 15 of Pittsburgh Region's Most Innovative Creatives in 2010 DATA Awards May 2010: Bronze winner of 31st Annual Telly Awards in Art Direction and Use of Animation April 12-15, 2010: NAB Show 2010 in Las Vegas April 7, 2010: CGAT 2010 in Singapore, chosen for the Best Research Student Paper Award February 23, 2010: Balli Plastici featured in Art in America February issue February 23, 2010: Italian Cultural Institute in Washington, DC January 05, 2010: Art Center Nabi in Korea January 25, 2010: Featured in Carnegie Mellon's website December 2010: SIGGRAPH Asia 2009 in Yokohama, Japan November 23, 2009: Digg.com November 23, 2009: New York Magazine's Best of Performa November 13, 2009: MeFeedia November 11, 2009: Parsons Illustration Department Blog November 11, 2009: Entertainment Technology Center Global News November 6, 2009: TimeOut New York October 1, 2009: Performa Arts Blog
Entertainment Technology Center - Carnegie Mellon University Museum of arts and design Performa 09 MART

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