video works


[Prosthetic Gestures (from the nation called Japan)]

[Prosthetic Gestures (from the nation called Japan)] is an interdisciplinary archive consists of still pictures, video works, and an interactive online machine learning that the viewers can actually enact the gestures at home.

[Prosthetic gestures (from the nation called Japan)] -1

This is a video archival work of 'nodding' choreography annotated from the movie 'Tokyo Story' (1953 Ozu Yasujiro)

Filmed and created in April - May 2020 in New York. 

 

Performers

Abigail Levine, Athena Kokoronis, David Romano, Deborah Latz, Demetries Morrow, Julia Miller, Jonathan Gonzalez, Laura Neese, Rudy Gerson, Tymberly Canale, Thea Little, Ursula Eagly, Zach Rothman-Hicks


[Interactive nodding archive]

This is an interactive version of the 'nodding' archive. 

Please hover your mouse to each grid to activate performers' movement.


[Interactive movement archive -Teachable Machine]

This is an interactive movement archive that you can enact the gesture movement at home.

 

1. Click [start] button ONCE and wait for 10 sec. Allow your camera on on your p.c. to try the Teachable Machine. WAIT for another 5 sec. Then read the instruction under your video.

Teachable Machine Pose Model

2.After you see yourself on the screen, find three gestures you read under your face from the picture on the right. Pick one gesture and try in front of the camera.

For the standing bow, it's time for you to stand up, leaving the chair!

If you do it correctly you'll see the number next to the gesture name goes to 1.00.


[Minimum Movement Database]