Get notified about our performances

Back to top


Modern dance inspired by science

There's a couple of very cool things going on with this dance routine. First off, it's based on the principles of fluid dynamics—physical laws that predict the movement of liquids and gases…


CUDA and...Dance!

We recently came across a video on YouTube that listed "CUDA" as a keyword but is, well, different than videos usually associated with parallel computing…


Beautiful fluid mechanics dance

A beautiful performance in which a dancer is tracked by a camera/software and influences virtual fluids projected behind her. Very original, one of a kind I'd say…

Back to top

Who we are

Andrew Moffat

Andrew is an artist, software developer, and the author of Coda, Form Constant Dance’s real-time dance performance software. Based out of Chicago, he enjoys creating software to generate interactive performance art.

When he's not writing new code for FCD, he can be found developing open-source software used by companies around the world.

Hope Goldman

Hope is a choreographer, performing artist, and teacher currently based out of Chicago. She has served on faculty at Olive Harvey College and been a guest artist at Washington and Lee University and Iowa State University. Her work has been presented throughout the Midwest as well as several areas along the East coast at venues including the The Tank and Chez Bushwick in New York.

She completed her MFA in dance at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, where she held a teaching assistantship, received a University Fellowship, and won the Wanda M. Nettle Prize for outstanding student choreography. She received her BFA in dance from the University of South Florida.

Read more
Back to top