IDE-Fantasy v0.2: Hokkaido - Corfu, Ooasa Lantern Festival

Ioannis Zannos, Professor of the Department of Audio and Visual Arts, presented the IDE FANTASY project on Saturday 11/09/2021. The project includes the presentation-performance of a telematic dance between Greece and Japan (Corfu-Sapporo) in the context of the Lantern Festival, which is organized in Ooasa (Japan).

The performance was carried out with the simultaneous collaboration of artists and researchers from: the Department of Audio Visual Arts, the Garage 21 Performing Arts Centre, the Hokkaido Information University, and the Genius Loci Traveled Ebetsu cultural center, with a live webcast of the dancers' data.

This Japanese holiday is inspired by the traditional eastern autumn lantern-flying festivals and is dedicated to the memory of the 2018 Hokkaido earthquake.

The performance will be filmed by the Department of Audio and Visual Arts as part of the European EASTN-DC Project and the HAL research project.

Actors of the show:

  • Project conception and coordination, software, and design: Iannis Zannos (Professor at Dept. of Audio Visual Arts - Ionian University)
  • Graphics Programming and design: Alexandra Charalambidi (Student at Dept. of Audio Visual Arts - Ionian University)
  • Chorography and dance performance: Mary Radou (GARAGE Performing Arts Center)
  • Technical support and application porting: Kostas Voglis (Elected Assistant Professor at Dept. of Tourism - Ionian University)
  • Coordination, production, technical support: Stella Lamboura (Dept. of Audio Visual Arts - Ionian University)
  • Event host, coordination, co-designer and composer: Dr. Haruka Hirayama (Hokkaido Information of Technology)
    Dance: Dr. Mitsuyo Hashida (Fukuchiyama University)
Updated: 19-09-2022
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