John Toenjes

Kama Begat Nihilum by John Toenjes My research revolves around computer-assisted interactive dance. My works explore the ways that computer technology expands our human art-making capabilities and how it affects our contemporary lives.

For February Dance 2014, I created Kama Begat Nihilum, which included dancers with iPads using custom-designed software. More examples of my work are available at my website: www.jtoenjes.com.