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The OpenEnded Group

Summary
The OpenEnded Group is a digital art collective comprising Marc Downie, Shelley Eshkar, and Paul Kaiser. They are known for their 3D visualizations, advances in dance technology (especially motion-capture), non-photorealistic rendering, and the use of artificial intelligence in art. Their work has been displayed by the Museum of the Modern Image, the Sundance Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, and the Sadler's Wells Theatre among other venues. In dance, the OpenEnded Group has collaborated with prominent choreographers to create both installation art and stage pieces. With Merce Cunningham, they created Hand-drawn Spaces, which was fully restored in 2009 to a higher resolution (thanks to new funding) (1998), BIPED (1999), and Loops (2001–2008); with Bill T. Jones, they created Ghostcatching (1999) 22 (2005), and "After Ghostcatching" (2011); and with Trisha Brown, they created how long does the subject linger on the edge of the volume...(2005). The O
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