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Superposition Sneak Peek, June 2020
Living Information: Motion Capture, Kung Fu and Quantum Entanglement at Field Museum, January 2020
Entanglement - Motion Capture and Kung Fu at Museum of Science and Industry, October 2019
Entanglement Workshop, Hong Kong, July 2019
The Art of Questionable Provenance
Renaissance Society at the STAGE Lab
ETOPiA's Copenhagen at the STAGE Lab


Superposition Sneak Peek, June 2020

On June 25, 2020, STAGE Lab presented an online sneak peek of the pilot episode “Superposition” from the docuseries, Curiosity: The Making of a Scientist followed by an interactive Q&A with some of the scientists (Dr. David Schuster, Dr. Srivatsan Chakram, Dr. Sunanda Prabhu-Gaunkar and Dr. Nate Earnest-Noble) and artists (Professor Nancy Kawalek, Ellen Askey and Miles Donnelly) who helped create the short film. "Superposition" follows Ph.D. student Nate Earnest-Noble as he attempts to balance the "two states of Nate" and build a device he hopes will have a major impact in the field of quantum computing. For more information about the docuseries, visit Curiosity: The Making of a Scientist.

 
Living Information: Motion Capture, Kung Fu and Quantum Entanglement at Field Museum, January 2020

On January 30, 2020, STAGE Lab presented an interactive installation in partnership with Rush University's Motion Analysis Lab as part of Chicago’s first Night of Ideas: Alive! event presented by the Consulate General of France in Chicago. STAGE's installation was one of 13 interactive workshops at the free event which also included 23 lectures, 10 panel discussions and 7 performances taking place all over the Field Museum as part of a global celebration of art, science, scholarship and community. Visitors to the "Living Information" installation investigated concepts of quantum mechanics and the preservation of intangible cultural information through motion capture technology as part of STAGE's research for the Entanglement project. For more information, visit Entanglement.



Entanglement - Motion Capture and Kung Fu at Museum of Science and Industry, October 2019

STAGE Lab was invited to present at the Museum of Science and Industry's 39th Annual Columbian Ball, showing off our work with motion capture technology and Kung Fu. This research is helping to develop STAGE’s current project, Entanglement, where quantum entanglement, Kung Fu, energy, and time are the key thematic elements in a new theatre piece about science, technology, memory, and heritage. For more information visit Entanglement.



Entanglement Workshop, Hong Kong, July 2019

Photos from the STAGE Lab's visit to the School of Creative Media at City University of Hong Kong. For more information visit Entanglement. Photos courtesy of the STAGE Lab, the School of Creative Media staff, and Willy Tang.

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The Art of Questionable Provenance

Here's a trailer of the work in progress. For more information visit The Art of Questionable Provenance.


Renaissance Society at the STAGE Lab

Photos from Jana Winderen's Spring Bloom in the Marginal Ice Zone performance at the STAGE Lab, April 8, 2018. Photos courtesy of the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago and LAMPO.

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ETOPiA's Copenhagen at the STAGE Lab

ETOPiA celebrates their 10th anniversary by reviving their production of Copenhagen with performances at Northwestern and the University of Chicago.

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