6/94 - 10/94 interactive Installation, Ballett Frankfurt, Tanzarchiv Köln
10/98 - 5/99 CD-ROM "Bill Forsythe: Improvisation Technologies - A Tool For The Analytical Dance Eye"," digital arts edition/special edition" Cantz Verlag, Stuttgart
"Choreographer William Forsythe, artistic director of the Frankfurt Ballet since 1984, has brought about a shift of paradigms in contemporary dance. The vocabulary of his choreographies re-defines body, space, time and movement. Improvisation Technologies , originally intended for the professional use of the dancers of Frankfurt Ballet, provides a unique opportunity to gain a different access to the work of this major contemporary choreographer.
Divided into 60 video chapters, the CD-ROM is made up of lecture demonstrations in which William Forsythe shows the essential principles of his improvisation techniques. Dance sequences, specially performed by Christine Bürkle, Noah D. Gelber, Thomas McManus and Crystal Pite, can be called up as further illustrations. Also included is a document of improvisation in practice: Forsythe's performance of Solo , filmed in 1995 by Thomas Lovell Balogh. The CD-ROM is in English only. The richly illustrated German/English accompanying booklet includes an interview with William Forsythe, an essay by dance critic Roslyn Sulcas, as well as photographs by Dominik Mentzos."