Scores for Distributed Dancing

Scores for Distributed Dancing is an algorithmic game using IF/ELSE playing cards to press against the limitations of binary constructs. Performance facilitators invite pedestrians to engage a brief physical encounter. Participants take a game card and note conditions. Together, they enact the result. These casual moments occurring are presented as a cumulative performance of public identity in ever mutating, emergent patterns.

Developed with contributions from Marcia Custer, Angela Luem, and Meghan Murphy-Sanchez.

ON VIEW /

  • SPACES, (p)Space (2018)
  • Columbus College of Art & Design (2017)
  • International Symposium of Electronic Arts (2016)
  • Woman Made Gallery (2016)