Perspectives: Jonathan VanBallenberghe

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“The biggest challenge is training your brain how to see in the 360, because there’s no viewfinder for that. You can only see what you recorded when you bring it back to the computer and input it into the sphere. You train your brain by experience– by repeatedly filming, stitching, and projecting.”

Perspectives: Susan Bendix

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“I’m a dancer, so movement is my language. It was my way of being with that intense energy and just pouring myself into it. That’s what dance was like for me as a young person. It was how I processed the loss of a parent, and again, after my husband died. Dance is my mode, movement is my vocabulary.”

Perspectives: Geneva Foster Gluck

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“Often, people cringe or become uncomfortable with blatant statements, but I find that if I take a different, more abstract tack, a broader audience will absorb the performance, and it’ll be in their psyches at a certain layer. They get it without me having to be heavy-handed about it.”