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I wasn't sure where to post this, but the Synchronous Objects website (http://synchronousobjects.osu.edu/) launched today and has proved to be a really interesting asset in approaching "One Flat Thing, Reproduced," even though the performances were months ago. The site is the result of the Forsythe Company partnering with OSU to explore the piece.

From the "Introduction" link on the main page:

From dance to data to objects, Sychronous Objects reveals the interlocking systems of organization in the choreography of William Forsythe's One Flat Thing, reproduced (2000). Those systems were quantified through the collection of data and transformed into a series of objects--sychronous objects--that work in harmony to explore those choreographic structures, reveal their patterns, and reimagine what else they might look like. Our goal in creating these objects is to engage a broad public, explore cross-disciplinary research, and spur creative discovery for specialists and non-specialists alike.
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