M3X3

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Cordeiro, Analivia
“M3X3”
Winning Piece at the X Edition of the ARCOmadrid/BEEP Electronic Art Prize (2015).

First Piece of video-art in Brazil as well as the first piece of video-dance. A referential and historic work (1973) that reinterprets the language of dance through a special “notation” (Nota Anna) that is then articulated through a pioneering computer programme. This creator is found in the wake of Neo-concrete art and in dialogue both with the first developers of technological-artistic programming and with the mutations of modern dance and performance.

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