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Come to a free TERP event at NYU!

TERP is a MOVING experience.   Share the interactive fun!  

"An unprecedented game of human movement for all kinds of people."  

  "Strangers come together not knowing what is going to happen..."  

TERP Corp invites you to be part of the next event for the TERP System for human movement. We will have a presentation by inventor Patrice M. Regnier on how she created the system, then a demonstration of the technology! All you need to bring is yourself. 

Join us: Friday, March 28th at 6:30PM   

About the TERP Experience: The TERP System is a custom built technology that allows groups of everyday people to execute synchronized choreography without a single rehearsal. While participating in a TERP Experience, you will be wearing a small device on your arm, similar to an Ipod. You will be wearing headphones through which you will hear a pleasant voice. None of the instructions you will be responding to are physically taxing.  Some require interpretation, either physically or emotionally. Most will be straightforward; all of them will be simple to follow. It’s important to be able to move about the room in whatever you’re wearing that day. After the choreographed part, you will have the opportunity play TERP Interactive, creating your own TERP Experience! We will also be recording the session for our archives.  

The fun part of the TERP System, is that you will be creating, with the others, a little art piece in real time.   


About TERP: TERP comes from the word Terpsichore which is the Greek muse of dance.  

For more information check out our website:    

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