CONTINUOUS is an experimental film shot at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California, exploring the continuous nature of Louis Kahn's architecture, the mathematics of sound, and the calculus formula for continuity and movement.  Continuity and acceleration are two mathematical concepts that relate the dancing body to space. This film unpacks the sensation of acceleration embedded in limits taken in the act of determining the continuous nature of movement.  The algorithmic music score for this film is based on the calculus definition for continuity. This mathematical definition is transformed into a computerized acousmatic sound element which is not fixed in the connection to the movement of dance, camera or editing, but rather is form free in its relationship and correlation through sonic expressions.

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This film was made by filmmaker/sound composer Adriene Hughes
Mathematician/choreographer Summer Jones
Sonification artist Joachim Gossman 

Dancers: Summer Jones / Monica Pelfrey

Official Selection:
Finalist in the EMPAC 2011 Grant Award
MediaWave, International Film Festival, Hungry 2012
The New York International Film Festival 2012
OK Dance Festival U.S., 2012