Interplay: Loose Minds in a Box at Siggraph

August 3rd, 2005 - August 4th, 2005

Categories: Data Mining, Devices, Human Factors, Multimedia, Networking, Sound Art, Tele-Immersion, Video / Film, VR Art

LMIB Video Still
LMIB Video Still


Another Language Performing Arts Company performed InterPlay: Loose Minds in a Box, an unprecedented real-time national collaboration, at the Los Angeles Convention Center for the world renown ACM SIGGRPAH 2005 computer graphics conference on August 3 & 4, 2005. Another Language was invited to be a part of the Access Grid’s introduction into the Emerging Technologies program at SIGGRAPH as a result of its pioneering performances.

Another Language had the unique opportunity to be among many of today’s foremost authorities in telematic, collaborative, multimedia and computer arts, such as Roy Ascott, Margaret Dolinsky and Don Forresta. We performed on Wednesday, August 3 at 9:30 A.M. and Thursday, August 4 at 1:00 P.M. Each performance was streamed over Internet 2 for Windows Media Player.

Coming together again to perform InterPlay: Loose Minds in a Box from their respective states were Scott Deal (Alaska), Charles Nichols (Montana), Tina Shah, Helen Kostis, (Illinois), T.J. Rogers, Joe Hayes, Carol Cunningham (Indiana), Nadja Masura and Peter Rogers (Maryland), and Erik Brown (Utah). Performing locally in the Los Angeles Convention Center were Beth Miklavcic, Jimmy Miklavcic (Utah), Miho Aoki (Alaska) and Dioselin Gonzalez (Indiana).