Peer-to-peer (P2P) computing is an architectural form of data sharing where personal computers no longer require a dominant central server to receive crucial resources. Rather, they rely on each other in a network of equally privileged systems.
In the world of double dutch, jumpers and turners form a similar internal network of communication, resulting in new forms of empathy and a hyperawareness of each others’ movements and well-being.
P2P, a collaboration between sound artist Dyani Douze, new media artist Salome Asega, and world champion Floyd Little Double Dutch Team, explores the matrilineal structure of the double dutch tradition in America.
Presented as part of MAMI