Photo Credit: JHsu Media


Directed by Sarah J. Ewing

Choreography by S. J. Ewing in collaboration with the dancers

Projection Design by Jonathan Hsu & Sarah J. Ewing

Analog OnSite melds the linear and digital experience of technology with the three-dimensional human experience of movement and touch in an interactive and immersive environment.  The work is designed to explore the intersection of art and everyday life through dance and technology, by placing this intersection in various site-specific and pedestrian space.  The projections respond, interact and are manipulated by the dancer’s movements via motion capture technology.   The work has been created for car parks, night clubs, warehouse and underground train stations.  CityDance, CulturalDC, DCCAH, Storefronts, FathomDC and Dance Place have been instrumental in supporting this project over multiple years of development.  

S. J. Ewing & Dancers is a DC-based company that leverages technology's power to augment, amplify, and deliver contemporary dance experiences. 

Sarah J. Ewing is a CityDance Ignite Resident Artist and her work is supported by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.  

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