Pioneering dance piece through the internet with distributed choreography.
Dance piece on the internet that Katrina McPherson and Simon Fildes have named «hyper-choreography». It is a sequel to the videodance piece Progressive (1993), in which intensive editing was used to construct an audiovisual dance. In Progressive 2, dance takes place through the internet, and it is the viewer who can choose in which direction the choreography continues. Richard Lord is an author, choreographer, and video game designer, which has led his artistic research to interactive dance through the internet and CD-ROMs starting in the late 1990s and early 2000s.