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education:collapse [2011/07/20 08:22]
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 ====== COLLAPSE (suddenly falling down) ====== ====== COLLAPSE (suddenly falling down) ======
  
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 From the UCDavis News Service ([[http://​dateline.ucdavis.edu/​dl_detail.lasso?​id=9769 | link]]): From the UCDavis News Service ([[http://​dateline.ucdavis.edu/​dl_detail.lasso?​id=9769 | link]]):
  
-Science and art merge with dance in a pair of upcoming productions at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts.+//Science and art merge with dance in a pair of upcoming productions at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts.
  
 COLLAPSE (suddenly falling down), a new work by choreographer and theater artist Della Davidson, explores the breakdown of social orders and ecosystems in a production comprising dance, spoken word and three-dimensional,​ computer-generated images the audience can view through special glasses. COLLAPSE (suddenly falling down), a new work by choreographer and theater artist Della Davidson, explores the breakdown of social orders and ecosystems in a production comprising dance, spoken word and three-dimensional,​ computer-generated images the audience can view through special glasses.
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 She collaborated with several faculty members: Louise Kellogg and Dawn Sumner of geology, James Crutchfield of physics and Michael Neff of computer science, plus research associate Gerald Bawden of geology and Oliver Kreylos of the Center for Computational Science and Engineering. She collaborated with several faculty members: Louise Kellogg and Dawn Sumner of geology, James Crutchfield of physics and Michael Neff of computer science, plus research associate Gerald Bawden of geology and Oliver Kreylos of the Center for Computational Science and Engineering.
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 [[http://​faculty.utah.edu/​u0094274-ELLEN_R_BROMBERG/​research/​index.hml | Ellen Bromberg]] led choreography of the LiDAR scans. [[http://​faculty.utah.edu/​u0094274-ELLEN_R_BROMBERG/​research/​index.hml | Ellen Bromberg]] led choreography of the LiDAR scans.