The Gesture Machine Laboratory: Bridging the Gap Between Music, Visual Art and Performance

By Robert Lewis.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

The Gesture Machine laboratory is a dynamic cross-disciplinary group that explores the meaning, impulses and reasons behind gestures through various art forms.

Keywords: Hybrid, Visual Art, Performing Art, Music, Cross-disciplinary, Gesture

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp.39-44. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.772MB).

Dr Robert Lewis

Robert is the voice lecturer in the theatre department at the SVPA. Robert is a performer, director and voice teacher. He regularly performs and directs for the CentrStage Theatre Company in Tasmania. He taught at various institutions in Australia such as Sydney University, National Theatre Drama School, Flying Bookworm Theatre Company, Victorian College of the Arts and worked as a voice tutor for St. Martins Youth Arts Centre and Actors Showcase. Robert also voice coached various theatre productions and worked on a documentary with National History New Zealand for the Discovery Channel. He has trained with various practitioners including Matthew Fargher, Rowena Balos, Frankie Armstrong, Cicely Berry and Mike Alfreds. Roberts research interests include voice and the director; the relationship between voice, body and text; theatre for migrants and refugees; cross-disciplinary performance projects exploring the body and voice through the Gesture Machine Laboratory, where he co-director and co-founder.


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