Tateru Nino blogs about this fascinating mixed reality dance performance / film called "Entanglement Theory." Richard James Allen, Karen Pearlman and Gary Hayes collaborated on this dance multimedia piece that explores the lines between virtuality and reality. It's a very heady, spiritual work, as you can see from the synopsis:
Drawing on a Yogic/Buddhist worldview, Entanglement Theory offers a spiritual vision of the universe as a shared playground for all beings, regardless of their background, whether living on this or some other plane of existence. Expressed in a vivid mix of Second Life digital animation and real life dancing, Entanglement Theory is an uplifting celebration of the possiblity of unity and harmony and diversity.
Not usually my cup-of-tea when it comes to dance or performance. Still I like the idea of the relationship between a person and his avatar persona as expressed through movement. Makes we want to produce an avatar vs human b-boy battle.
Check the official website for screenings near you.