Dance, NFT and 3D choreographic innovations: a conversation with Diego Mac

Daniel Silva Aires


Dances and technologies are inseparable in the facets and flows of cyberculture (LÉVY, 2010), and on this path, to think about ways of producing this context also involves how to enter its marketing paths. In this sense, the present text is dedicated to publicizing a conversation with Diego Mac (Diego Machado), an artist from Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul state/Brazil), about his incursion and technological experience on Dance in 3D animation contexts and about the exponent NFT digital market. For this, a semi-structured interview was carried out, bringing together topics regarding body, dance, technology, choreography, art market, which concluded itself with indications of how dancing subjects can approach a thought that questions what are possible Dance products in the digital context? The methodological approach follows a line of interest for practice as research (NELSON, 2013) and practice-guided research (CANDY, 2006), admitting the interview with the mentioned subject as the primary source of data collection.


Dance; NFT; 3d Animation; Block chain

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Programa de Pós Graduação em Dança - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Associação Nacional de Pesquisadores em Dança (ANDA)

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