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Resolume Vj Software team support !

Par bazik

Just some words to say thanks to Resolume team that support and promote Bazik 🙂

Bazik was create as a visual plugin for this type of vj software, and it’s really cool to have some feedback and support.

“We just had an excellent time playing around with Bazik. All of the fun of generative visuals, with a simple interface that was designed with performance in mind. Well worth your time !” Resolume team

Should You Use Audio Reactive Visuals?

Par Ryan Dejaegher

Today’s article is inspired by some questions around audio reactive visuals/effects in Resolume. Hi , so i VJ mostly on psytrance partys , and i find it difficult to use sound input for example in Resolume 5 as it just can’t distinct the beat or melodys in this style of music , it’s just too […]

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mayer+empl . DL . interactive audiovisual installation . detroit . 2017

Par Eva Fechten

DL interactive audiovisual installation Dlectricity Festival 2017 | Detroit | September 2017 mayer+empl project 2017_099 mayer+empl . DL . interactive audiovisual installation . detroit . 2017 from sinsynplus on Vimeo. mayer+empl architectural space intervention http://www.mayerempl.de/ http://mayerempl.wordpress.com/

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Avid annonce la fin du support ses surfaces Icon au 310818

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
Capture_decran_2018-05-13_a_22.19.31Avid vous rappelle que la date officielle de la fin de support pour surfaces de contrôle ICON D-Control et D-Command arrive à échéance le 31 août 2018. Veuillez noter que les pièces détachées sur ces consoles sont maintenant d'un accès trés limitées chez Avid :

Up-gradez votre console Avid Icon vers la surface Avid | S6 série M40

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
Avid-S6-iconeÉconomisez jusqu'à 30% lorsque vous échangez votre ancienne surface de mixage Avid ICON D-Command ou D-Control pour une nouvelle surface Avid | S6 série M40. Si vous souhaitez rester à la pointe de l'innovation en matiére de mixage et d'enregistrement, vous pouvez étendre considérablement vos capacités avec cette nouvelle surface de mixage. Economisez jusqu'à 20 000 € HT grâce à cette opération commercialle, valable jusqu'au 15 juin 2018 :

Clé ILok virtuelle pour Avid Pro Tools - nos conseils et astuces

Par jcperney@ctmsolutions.com (Jean-Christophe Perney)
iLokNotre industrie utilise de plus en plus de logiciels dont l'acquisition se fait sous forme dématérialisée (licence électronique envoyée par email). Nénamoins les editeurs dans l'audio protégent souvent leurs usages par l'utilisation des clés physiques iLok maintenant disponible en Cloud. Avid ne fournie plus avec les logiciels Pro Tools de clé iLok. Alors comment travailler avec votre logiciel Pro Tools : iLok physique ou cloud ? Voici nos conseils et recommandations en la matière :

Video Mapping @ Science & Fiction Festival 2016 München

Par Eva Fechten

For this Installation we teamed up with our friends from motomoto motomo.to and Janosch kartschall from moovid.de
Audiodesign again from red dawn audio reddawn.audio
Soundsystem was provided by schieferton schieferton.com
Equipment was provided by Limelight veranstaltungtechnik limelight-veranstaltungstechnik.de/

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Ibiza Light Festival 2018, dos días de arte, cultura y tecnología

Par volatil

Ibiza Light festival es un festival de arte, cultura y tecnología organizado por el Consell d’Eivissa y el Ayuntamiento de Ibiza y producido por 3DLight e Improbable Films que invita a redescubrir Ibiza como epicentro tecnológico, de creación e innovación, y a disfrutar de las posibilidades expresivas de la luz como medio multicanal. Una manera brillante de cerrar la temporada de verano y dar la bienvenida a la programación de otoño en la isla. Tiene lugar los días 12 y 13 de octubre en Ibiza y llega este año a su tercera edición con muchas novedades y sorpresas.

Ibiza Light festival 2018

¿Novedades de la tercera edición?

– Nuevas localizaciones, como el interior de la emblemática Iglesia de San Telmo, con una proyección en la cúpula sobre su historia.
– El edificio de Sa Peixateria, con una sorprendente instalación tranmedia del artista Necko.
– El Portal de Ses Taules, que acogerá la programación abierta de vídeo mapping, contando con la participación de artistas emergentes y artistas consagrados como Gnomalab.
– Se suma a la programación del festival un nuevo espacio llamado “Galería”, instalado en el antiguo espigón, albergará cuadros creados con luz de artistas como Otamendi o Jesús de Miguel.
– El Boulvard del Arte, será el lugar en el que 7 artistas realizarán obras “site specific” durante los días del evento.
– El país invitado de esta edición es Jordania, representada por Andrei Snober, artista que presentará una instalación sobre la cultura bereber. Es un arquitecto multidisciplinario y artista visual, actualmente vive y trabaja en Amman. Es el fundador de Andrei Visuals, una empresa creativa especializada en vídeo mapping 3D, instalaciones interactivas y experiencias aumentadas. Andrei trabaja en la exploración del espacio entre las formas digitales y físicas creando una relación simbiótica entre la arquitectura y las artes de los medios.

¿En qué localizaciones tendrán lugar las experiencias artísticas?
El Puerto, La Marina (antiguo barrio de pescadores de Ibiza), la muralla renacentista, baluartes y plazas de la ciudad declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco en 1999, son los escenarios excepcionales donde cobrará vida el festival de arte, cultura y tecnología de la isla de la música, elemento muy presente en el festival. El festival ofrece 20 instalaciones que transformarán el Puerto, plazas y lugares emblemáticos de la ciudad Patrimonio de la Humanidad al anochecer. El line up de este año contará con esculturas, holografías, performances, proyecciones, piezas que combinan luz, sonido y agua.

Festival de arte, luz y tecnología en Ibiza

Algunos de los artistas que participan en esta edición:
Richar Santana
El Imaginario
Necko
Improbable Films
3DLight
Jorge Escobar & Yon Aliaga.
Ramón Donoso
Rob Loren
Intrvl AV
Silver Odyssey’s featuring
Alchemy Flame
Mike Jee
ER-Productions (productora especialista en láser presentará un show a gran escala).
Jesús de Miguel (Jesidi)

Puerto de Ibiza vídeo mapping instalaciones de luz

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Ciclo Seminci transmedia: Experiencias Audiovisuales & cine 2018

Par volatil

Llega la 63 edición de la Semana Internacional de Cine de Valladolid Seminci. Ya te hablamos hace un año de su ciclo de live cinema. Este año el tema es la comunicación transmedia. ¿Qué significa relato transmedia? Es un realto en el que la historia que se despliega en diferentes medios y sorportes de comunicación. El Ciclo Seminci transmedia (del 24 al 26 de octubre en Valladolid), toma esa idea para aplicarla al cine, que también está expandiendo su rango de acción gracias a las nuevas tencologías. Si ya el año pasado el evento incluía en su programación el Live Cinema, este año suman una de las caras más innovadoras del cine actual: la realidad virtual.

Para profundizar en las posibilidades de los nuevos medios, han programado una mesa redonda que congregará a Esther Pérez-Atam, integrante del Laboratorio de innovación de RTVE, el realizador Alfonso Palazón Meseguer, coproductor del proyecto transmedia “Primavera Rosa”, Roberto Romero cofundador de Future Lighthouose, compañía responsable de películas como “Melita” que se estrenó en Venecia y cofundador de la compañía Future Lighthouse y Marcelo Santamaría de Xperiencia Virtual. Entre los cuatro, repasarán la situación cultural y harán un análisis del lugar hacia donde nos puede llevar la realidad virtual combinada con el cine. Y es que los largometrajes aún están por llegar pero ya en camino.

Tras la mesa de debate, se abrirá el ciclo “Seminci Transmedia” el día 24 de Octubre, el ciclo se extiende durante los días 25 y 26 de octubre en horario de tarde con cinco pases de realidad virtual por día de aproximadamente 30 minutos, a los que seguirá un espectáculo de Live Cinema en directo.

Este año las propuestas de Live Cinema corren a cargo del colectivo Bromo formado por Paloma Peñarrubia y Azael Ferrer y de Los Voluble, Pedro y Benito Jiménez; con sus piezas “Traces of erosion” y “Borderhack” respectivamente. Con ellos, exploraremos la crítica a la geopolítica actual, reflexionando sobre la inmigración y sus consecuencias sociales y territoriales.

Los VolubleBorderhack. Una catástrofe audiovisual presentada por primera vez en el marco de la exposición de UNIA arte y pensamiento en el Centro de las Artes de Sevilla “El Mediterráneo como frontera: realidad y representación” que recupera materiales y acciones contra las fronteras. ‘Borderhack’ es una catástrofe audiovisual realizada en directo, en la que Los Voluble (Pedro y Benito Jiménez) juegan con un ingente archivo sonoro y visual con el objetivo de hackear los imaginarios coloniales y la política del miedo en torno a las fronteras.

BromoTraces of Erosion. Los actuales movimientos migratorios son las nuevas formas de erosión del territorio. Los caminos recorridos y las nuevas tierras ocupadas, los espacios abandonados sufren las consecuencias de la migración. La geografía se distorsiona debido a las consecuencias. Dibujan las oquedades y desiertos del siglo XXI.
“Traces of erosion” es el debut de Bromo, el nuevo proyecto de Paloma Peñarrubia junto a Azael Ferrer. En este espectáculo audiovisual, han tomado las colonias como bandera. Elaboran una declaración protesta desde el ámbito geográfico, social, político y medioambiental.

¿Dónde? Sala Experimental – Teatro Zorrilla Plaza Mayor, 9, Valladolid
¿Cuándo?
Día 24 18h – Mesa de Debate
Día 25 17h – Primer pase Realidad Virutal (RV) : uno cada 45 minutos Día 25 22h – Bromo, Traces of Erosion
Día 26 17h – Quinto pase Realidad Virutal (RV) : uno cada 45 minutos Día 26 22h – Los Voluble, Borderhack

La realidad virtual es una experiencia de inmersión audiovisual en que se viene experimentando desde finales del siglo pasado y que la publicidad ha sabido adoptar muy bien. Aunque el cine ha tardado más, al fin esta nueva forma de ver cine está entrando en los festivales no especializados. Hace poco fue el Festival de Venecia y ahora es Seminci, pionera en el caso español, junto con el Festival de Sitges.

En este caso y gracias al patrocinio de Xperiencia Virtual, el festival ha programado seis cortos de reciente estreno y diferentes procedencias: USA, Corea, Dinamarca, Kenya y España; que han pasado por festivales como Sundance, Tribeca, Venecia, Viladoconde, Encounters Film Festival de Londres o el festival Internacional de Documentales de Copenhage.

Listado de cortometrajes Realidad Virtual
-Melita, Nicolás Alcalá, USA, 2017
-Bloodless, Gina Kim, Corea, 2017
-Primavera Rosa, Mario de la Torre, España, 2017
-The Sun Ladies, Maria Bello, Celine Tricart, Christian Stephen, USA, 2017
-Beyond the wall, Mikkel Keldorf & Mikkel Cantzler -Christensen, Dinamarca, 2017
– Let this be a warning, The Nest Collective, Kenya, 2017

Las seis películas que se podrán disfrutar en esta edición presentan diversos modos de enfrentar las nuevas luchas sociales y políticas actuales; así como la situación en la que nos sitúan las nuevas tecnologías.

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Retrouvez TRM et CVS les 6 et 7 novembre 2018 au SATIS-Screen4All – Stand A6

Par Andrea

Cette année TRM et CVS innovent par une présence au SATIS-Screen4All dans le dock Eiffel, spécialement dédié à la high tech.

Venez échanger avec les experts de CVS Engineering et tester le concept de studio « stand up » 100% automatisé, le Flashcam. Il vous permet de réaliser une production et une diffusion de façon autonome depuis votre tablette, sans assistance technique.

Découvrez les solutions de streaming et contribution de LiveU, de remote production de Quicklink, ainsi qu’une large gamme de produits de stockage et d’archivage intelligents proposée par notre nouveau partenaire GB Labs.

Nos spécialistes vous accueillent les 6 et 7 novembre stand A6, n’hésitez pas à prendre rendez-vous !

L’entrée reste gratuite mais il faudra s’enregistrer : pour obtenir votre badge, inscrivez-vous en ligne en remplissant le formulaire de réservation via ce lien : http://bit.ly/2EQIlbF.

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Infos pratiques

Horaires d’ouverture : mardi 6 novembre 2018 : 9h30 – 21h00 & mercredi 8 novembre 2018 : 9h30 – 18h00

Adresses Les Docks de Paris / Parc des Portes de Paris

dock de Paris SATIS 2018Le SATIS-Screen4All se déroule aux Docks de Paris : Métros, RER, Bus, Taxis, Vélos et même un Bateau vous y amènent.

87, avenue des Magasins Généraux 93300 Aubervilliers

  • Dock Pullman – Bâtiment 137
  • Dock Eiffel – Bâtiment 282
  • Dock Haussmann – Bâtiment 139

Accès :

Métro / RER / Bus

Ligne 12 : jusqu’au terminus – station Front Populaire (sortie N°1 Léon Blum-Magasins Généraux)
RER B : arrêt La Plaine/Stade de France

RER D : arrêt Stade de France / Saint Denis

Bus : ligne 239

Pour plus d’informations, visitez le lien : http://www.satis-expo.com/fr/infos-pratiques.html.

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Sonic Acts

Par Nina Verhagen

sonic-acts-2-2018AMSTERDAM, 21-24 February 2019

Sonic Acts was founded in 1994. Over the years, it has established itself as a thematic festival with a strong focus on contemporary and historical developments at the intersections of art, technology, music, and science.

Each festival edition explores the chosen theme by means of an international conference, a wide range of concerts and performances, exhibitions and screenings, and embraces a broad spectrum of fields, practices, and disciplines.

Sonic Acts has developed into an organization for the research, development, and production of works at the intersection of art, science, and theory. It also commissions and co-produces new works, often in collaboration with international festivals, arts organizations, funders, and other partners.

Recent projects include the three-year art, research & commissioning project Dark Ecology, predominantly taking place in the Arctic region, and its globally touring programme Vertical Cinema.

 

Sonic Acts

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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Transmediale

Par Marco Savo

BERLIN, 28 January – 01 February 2020

Transmediale is a Berlin-based festival and year-round project that draws out new connections between art, culture, and technology. It considers technology as being more than the digital world and the cultural as being more than what emerges from within institutionalized fields of production.

The formats of the festival change from year to year as Transmediale tries to foreground the intrinsic link between trans-disciplinary thinking and cultural practice.

Inspired by the pre-Internet idea of networkstransmediale 2020 – End to End focuses on both forgotten and potential futures with and without networks. Leaving behind a decade marked by a backlash against the Internet and the network society, transmediale aims at a comprehensive re-evaluation of networks and their limits. The exhibitions runs until the 1st of March.

The exhibition and the conference program is curated by artistic director Kristoffer Gansing with supporting advice from Clemens Apprich, Daphne Dragona, Geert Lovink, and Florian Wüst, all of whom will also be responsible for different program items.

 

Transmediale

Klosterstraße 68D – 10179 Berlin

info@transmediale.de

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Audiovisual City interviews SIGNAL artists

Par Nina Verhagen

Audiovisual City went to SIGNAL festival and interviewed four artists: _STROY, XYZ, Hyperbinary, and Simona Chládková.

This is how it all went down.

The article about our time at SIGNAL is here.

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Liquid Architecture: Why listen to plants?

Par Nina Verhagen

MELBOURNE, 22 November – 08 December 2018

Liquid Architecture is an Australian organization for artists working with sound. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and the meaning of, sound and listening.

For this program, they are collaborating with artists who work at the intersection of theory and live performance. These artists use various strategies to extend vegetal thinking into sound and listening, from guided walks, talks, readings and lecture performances to experimental music, installation, herbalist pedagogy, and folk songs.

This program, Why Listen, proceeds from these questions as it attempts to open up the act of listening in social, scientific and political space. It is an inquiry into both the consensus constructing communication—and, indeed, creating communicators—and an attentiveness to the vitality of voices beyond the conceptual.

 

Liquid Architecture

Melbourne

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Audiovisual City interviews SIGNAL CEO Martin Posta

Par Nina Verhagen

Audiovisual City went to SIGNAL festival and interviewed the founder and CEO of the festival: Martin Posta. 

This is how it all went down.

The article about our time at SIGNAL is here.

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SIGNAL 2018 reportage

Par Nina Verhagen

SIGNAL festival invited us to come to the festival in Prague which was on the 11th until the 14th of October, 2018. We are very grateful to have been invited and that they have taken such good care of us.
SIGNAL is a relatively young festival but made a huge impact on the audiovisual culture since the very beginning. It has a great offer of video mapping, interactive installations, and generative art. The last edition attracted around 600.000 people.

Every year, SIGNAL puts together an audiovisual journey across the beautiful backdrop that is the city of Prague. It gives the chance to locals and international visitors to really discover the city under a new light.

This is what we saw during our visit.

Event feature here.

Guillaume Marmin

Rococo is a totem made of 124 projectors shooting light beams. As soon as viewers step in, they are bombarded by powerful audiovisual inputs transforming the beautiful ‘Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace’ in an ever-changing space. The surrounding soundtrack makes you progressively forget where you are, bringing you in a captivating trance as you stare at the beams.

 

Post Bellum

An impressive use of video mapping projection to document amongst the darkest moments in the last one hundred years of European history. Avoiding the spectacularization, ‘Memory of the Nation‘ enthralled the viewers, thanks to clever use of real video and audio footage

 

3dsense

3dsense offered an impressive projection with two synchronized screens. It showed a creatively put and well-thought-out black hole’s gravitational field in the universe. That mixed with an intense soundtrack displayed a complex unity that immerses you into the piece.

 

Chevalvert

A wonderful piece of interaction design, where the users had the chance to create their own lighting performance by the simple motion of their hands. Highly involving and easy to approach. It created an instant connection with the audience and the art.

 

_STROY

_STROY is a multi-creative studio based in the Czech Republic. In their pioneering project, they combine graffiti with video mapping and sound art. Aesthetically astounding and captivating, they’re taking video mapping to a whole new level.

 

Hotaru Visual Guerrilla

Quite new to the scene, the AV collective Hotaru Visual Guerrilla managed to capture the viewers’ senses from the first instant. An amazing 3D video mapping, dragging us in a future world where microorganism, bioforms, breathes and expands from the façade of the surrounding space. A must-see in the audiovisual culture.

 

Hyperbinary

Hyperbinary proposed a very mature and cutting-edge video mapping made of pure lights. The building Kooperative has been animated from the inside instead of being projected on it using LED strips. A thoughtful investigation about how particles are set in motion and spread across the space creating energy. The result is a calm and monumental wave.

 

Ruestungsschmie.de

On the Church of St. Ludmila Ruestungsschmie.de delivered a video mapping masterpiece, empowered by a stunning sound design. Every single element of the façade comes alive under the audiovisual thunderstorm. Our senses are constantly tickled and moved restlessly following the projective narrative across the service.

 

XYZ

Watch 2,1/18’ is an ambitious and innovative art piece picturing a dystopian future under constant surveillance. The immersive installation used moving lights across the Vinohrady square to track the viewers. Microphones recorded their sounds to eventually combine them with an eerie soundtrack. No matter where you moved, you were always watched.

 

Simona Chládková & Matyáš Skalický

Simona and Matyáš are two students of ‘the Czech Technical University’. They created an LED interactive gateway connecting the train station to their university. Enjoyable and effective. We hope to see more from these young and upcoming artists.

 

Struny Signalu

Organik triggers an intense dialogue between new media, art, music, and architecture, in the beautiful Salvator church. The gothic constructive elements are gradually revealed and enhanced by the moving lights, while the compelling music from the organ surrounds the viewers. Our senses are fully absorbed in this powerful audiovisual symphony.

 

Romain Tardy

Future Ruins, a beautifully crafted video mapping dialoguing with the LED installations which decomposes the architectural elements of the Neo-Romanesque church of St. Cyril and Methodius.
Ruins of a dystopian future lie upon us and come back to life through the use of lights and video mapping.

 

SOFTlab

An interactive installation with mirrors following the viewers, bouncing their reflection across the space together with the beautiful decorations of the ‘Mirror Chapel’.

 

Tomáš Dymeš

A buoyant interactive piece immediately connects with the audience of all ages and backgrounds.

 

Marpi Studio

An interactive simulation that shows the sea life under a microscope. It’s a never-ending generative art project.

 

Richard Loskot and UAII studio

An interesting representation of the natural elements using new media. A piece with stormy clouds made of foam, lights, and sounds.

 

An overall high quality and several innovative art pieces, setting new trends and standards in audiovisual culture. Congratulations to the organizers and see you next year!

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Nuestra crónica visual del MIRA Festival Barcelona 2018 en 3 vídeos

Par volatil

Hace ya tres semanas del MIRA festival Barcelona y seguimos saboreando todas sus propuestas, tanto musicales como visuales. El festival ha ido madurando y creciendo edición tras edición, sin perder su esencia de festival acogedor y experimental, dirigido a todas esas personas ansiosas por descubrir nuevos sonidos y nuevas formas de expresión a través del arte digital.

El festival llego a su edición número 8 los pasados días 8,9 y 10 de noviembre en Fabra i Coats. El  Sold out de los abonos dobles ya apuntaba maneras y podemos decir que nuestro festival de invierno preferido se ha consolidado como un festival referente de arte digital.

La DOME by adidas Original Show A/V Dasha Rush con las visuales de Stanislav Glazov.

En este artículo anterior ya te hablamos de todas las propuestas visuales que queríamos ver: Los artistas visuales del Mira Festival 2018. Y en esta crónica que viene a continuación, compartimos tres piezas de vídeo para mostrarte cómo vivimos el MIRA desde dentro.

Instalación “IMAGINARY LIMIT” de Nick Verstand y Salvador Breed

¿Empezamos por los shows A/V? En poco menos de dos minutos, un pequeño resumen visual de lo que fueron los directos audiovisuales. En general, vimos muchas visuales no figurativas, con gráfica ruidosa y mucho glitch. En el vídeo verás la gráfica generativa de Alba G. Corral y sus propuestas visuales para los temas de una de las bandas más esperadas: “El Sueño de Hyparco”. Los vídeos llenos de juegos de luces de Dan Conway que acompañó el directo de Seefeel. El ruido y el glitch de Marta Verde y la gráfica geométrica de las visuales del directo de Tangerine Dream. Lo de Atom™ son palabras mayores. Imágenes reales, como sacadas de las noticias, bandalismo callejero y fuerzas policiales. La repetición y los loops de las imágenes mantienen una relación con la música que te atrapa. El VJ Jason Voltaire llamó nuestra atención con sus visuales llenas de mensajes dirigidos al público. El final apoteósico de DJhonston en The Loft no hubiera sido lo mismo sin las visuales de Jordi Pont de Onionlab.

Seguimos con las instalaciones inmersivas de gran formato. Quizá nos faltó algo más de interacción, para sentir ese protagonismo que tanto nos gusta ante las obras de arte digital. Pero podemos decir que subir las escaleras del MIRA para llegar a estas dos instalaciones valía la pena. Ambas nos hicieron sentir esa sensación de estar en una realidad paralela, como si el tiempo se parara y el mundo se reduciera a lo que ves y a los que escuchas, a lo que sientes.

La primera que aparece en el vídeo es IMAGINARY LIMIT, una instalación audiovisual de Nick Verstand y Salvador Breed que simboliza las limitaciones internas que nos imponemos a nosotros mismos al influir en nuestra percepción de la luz y el sonido.

Y la segunda es “Licht, mehr Licht!”, o “Luz, más luz!” en español, fueron las últimas palabras del gran escritor y pensador científico alemán Goethe. La instalación, creada y desarrollada por el artista visual francés Guillaume Marmin, se hace eco de experiencias cercanas a la muerte, cuyos supervivientes describen un “túnel de luz” que se abre más allá de la oscuridad.

La DOME by adidas Original no fue lo que más nos gustó de esta edición pero no podemos negar que es una suerte poder tener esta cúpula inmersiva cada año en Barcelona. Este año solo hubo un directo en la DOME, el de Dasha Rush con las visuales de Stanislav Glazov. La parte visual nos pareció de gran nivel pero la música sonaba lejana, suave y echamos de menos algo más de intensidad, era complicado meterse dentro de la historia.

Vimos “CONTEMPORARY HARDCORE” by KONX-OM-PAX SCREENING del artista multidisciplinar Tom Scholefield, mente creativa detrás del alias Konx-Om-Pax. El uso del color parecía que iba a salvar la pieza pero  aquí además de sonido, nos faltó ritmo y sincronización.

Seguimos con “SPECTRUM OF THE CORAL” by FRAGMATISTA SCREENING. Su autora es Fragmatista, alias de la artista digital peruana Giselle Angeles. El contenido de la pieza se creó mediante el escaneo 3D y el diseño de esculturas de realidad virtual en tiempo real, que nos llevó a un espacio inmersivo creado a partir de un mundo surrealista lleno de paisajes digitalizados. Sin duda, la pieza más interesante que vimos aunque, una vez más, nos faltó volumen de sonido.

Para terminar y como conclusión final, podemos decir que esta edición puede haber sido la mejor de todas. Por su programación, organización y propuestas tanto musicales, como audiovisuales y de arte digital.

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Interference Festival

Par Nina Verhagen

GDÁNSK, 13 December 2018

‘Interference’ literally means meddling, intervention, disturbance.

Interference Festival 2018 – 5th Festival of Visual Communication, it’s a one-of-a-kind event in the Pomeranian District which the main target is to popularize visual arts. The festival is focused on international short visual forms’ overview and on the Contest ‘Freedom of Form’ which the main aim is to emerge the best artists in categories Found Footage, Music Video, Creative Advertising Piece, and Experimental Short Visual Form

Visuals, music videos, teasers, creative advertising forms, jingles and video art, experiments on the border of art – that is what you’ll see during one of the most interesting events of the kind in Central Europe. Interference Festival equals a new, unconventional form of the open-minded festival in which one the most important aim is to discover and to look for the best video avant-garde artists.

Last but not least, there is VJ Battle coming during which the best 8 Vjs will compete on the screen. The main festival points during the fifth edition of the festival will be at the Academy of Fine Arts, Pionowa Gallery, and the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre.

 

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Gdańsk, Poland

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AV Link Jam / BYOB Event in London

Par Nina Verhagen

AV Link Jam / BYOB was organized by Crux, the hub for learning, experimenting, collaborating and entertaining, on Thursday, November 15th, 2018. It was their second edition and free for everyone who wanted to join.

When you entered the space, it all seemed very open and chill. People were drinking beer, talking to each other, walking around and admiring the people’s work. Almost every wall had a beamer projection on it. It was very diverse which made it refreshing. You weren’t looking at the same thing at every wall. Every minute it’d change so even if you’d be watching the same projection, you wouldn’t look at a video that was on a loop.

Because it was a free event, the genuinely passionate artists show up. It looked like a community, people know each other and talk about the same topic. When you would talk to the artists about their projection, you could see the fierce enthusiasm they had for it.

The soundtrack worked really well with the atmosphere. Many different things were going on at the same time but the music helped to keep you focused.

All and all, it was quite mesmerizing and hypnotic. It kept your eyes stuck on the all the projects you were seeing. It all moved fast, had bright colors, and had recurring movements. It’s a very fun night where you can chat and check out new and different artists. A good concept!

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L’Aubaine

Par Nina Verhagen

L’Aubaine (Laurie Bender) VJ, a visual artist from Geneva-based in London.

L’Aubaine started performing live visuals in 2005 while studying a master in Digital Arts in Barcelona. From her study, she got interested in real-time performances and exploring different forms of narrative.

All elements she uses in her work are self-produced, mixing different techniques, analog and digital, as hand-drawn animations, 2D and 3D animations, graphical elements, photography, and videos. Her creations have that handmade feel, imperfect, bold and very colorful. Laurie crafted her unique style over the years by superimposing layers, interlinking shapes, and colors, mixing elements from different techniques in an unusual and elegant way.

Her VJ sets are evolving compositions, audio-reactive, created live and flowing with the crowd and the music. Each set never look the same, she shares emotions, playfulness and she feels like a painter and his canvas. She is since 2015, part of  VJ London, organizing monthly meet-up & showcase and bigger events with interactive installations and AV performances with artists based in the London area and international.

 

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Sabina Covarrubias

Par Nina Verhagen

Covarrubias received a Bachelor of Music Composition degree in 2006 from the National School of Music at the UNAM in Mexico City. She earned a Master’s degree in Musicology, Creation, and Society in 2010 from the University of Paris 8 (France), where she specialized in Computer-assisted composition and Ethnomusicology.In 2016, she received a Ph.D. degree in Esthetics, Science and Technology of the Arts from the University of Paris 8.

Sabina has also studied and trained to program with languages such as Java and C++, among others, at the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico. She studied “Mastering Techniques” at Berklee Music College.  Today she is an associated researcher of the CICM (Centre d’Informatique et Création Musicale), Paris, France;  besides,  she is part of the SNCA program (Art Creators National System) from Mexico, for this program, she is composing acousmatic, octophonic music, financed by FONCA.

Her works encompass a wide array of genres, which have been shown in highly renowned concert halls and festivals in Mexico, the United States, and France. Performances of her compositions have taken place in the International Festival for Women in Art in the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City and in the International Forum of New Music Manuel Enríquez in Mexico City.

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Marta Radecka

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Marta Radecka is a visual artist, VJ, surface pattern designer, graphic designer and an illustrator. Her artistic development has been initially shaped in an Art College and later she mastered my skills studying graphic design at university.

Marta creates video projections, mappings and LED installations for audiovisual performances, concerts or live DJ sets. She is a VJ at recurring gigs in Krakow and London. For her the starting point of any creative concept is always music.

She uses her own drawings, graphics and animations to design unique loops. Her artistic creations are characterised by multiple dissolving and intertwining layers and monochrome colour palette. Her live shows are never 100% planned; there is always lots of space for improvisation. She was born in Poland, currently live in London.

 

 

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Ouchhh

Par Nina Verhagen

Ouchhh is a creative new media studio with expertise in AI, data paintings, data sculpture, and public art. The studio integrates art, science, and technology in every work they create. A multidisciplinary creative hub focused on new media platforms, offering direction and art direction and also producing video mapping projections.

Skilled in animation, design, illustration, 3D, 2D, interactivity, interaction, and live-action -and seamlessly combining some or all of these- OUCHHH considers each project as a challenge and takes a fresh and unique approach to each other. They have an office in Istanbul, and partnerships in L.A., Vienna, Barcelona, Paris, and Berlin.

The studio has created the “POETIC AI” Solo Exhibition at Atelier des Lumières, it’s a world’s largest AI exhibition which will last for 6 months.  It uses 50K pixels and in total 136 projectors, 1 million people visited the exhibition in 7 months.

The studio worked with many brands such as Google, Cern, Nike, Wired, their collaborators transcend all industries and all continents. Their works have received multiple accolades and awards in the international arena. Ouchhh has been featured at Ars Electronica 4 times and will be attending for the 5th time this year.
They became Istanbul’s first new media agency to win Reddot design awards, German Design Award, 10th Annual IDA Awards (The International Design Awards) and ADC Awards ( The Art Directors Club), in addition to an Honorable Mention from the City University of Hong Kong.

 

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Mowgli

Par Nina Verhagen

Mowgli has been passionate about all things creative since a very young age. He’s always painted and made things and he had the fortune of having DJ as his first ever job after finishing school. Mowgli graduated in Scientific and Natural History Illustration in 1996, a field in which he worked on a freelance basis for a short time.

Since then he had worked using a vast range of media. He completed an apprenticeship in the ancient crafts of Cordoban and Guadameci in 1997 after which he worked for Arte 2 on interior design projects incorporating the craft while also co-founding MIX, a Madrid based workshop and shop specialized in the upcycling of furniture and decorative objects, an endeavor that was way ahead of its time as the term “upcycling” wasn’t even in use then.

Mowgli started Vjing in 2004 alongside the band Detwiije, this led to more VJ gigs and visual creation for world-class artists and festivals including Above & Beyond, Astrix, Roisin Murphy, Infected Mushroom and Greg Wilson. He was classed amongst the top 8 European VJs in 2008 at the London International Music Show.

Soon after and as a natural progression from Vjing, Mowgli developed an interest in audiovisual performance which he’s been developing since 2010 when the show MAYA was created with producer Silverio Funk. It was premiered at the BFI Southbank as part of Dark Fibre and has since been performed at several venues in London and Rome. During this time he also developed a piece for the Musion holographic projection system which was screened at Kinetika Art Fair in London.

Throughout his career, he’s been involved in organizing and promoting various music and arts events including Stylistik, Sound on Vision, The Nozzle and AV Depot while also being a director of VJ London, a community-focused monthly event dedicated to the diffusion of audiovisual and technology based art forms.

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Daan Brinkmann

Par Nina Verhagen

A fond believer of the concept of Homo Ludens, Daan’s interactional works are always based on the expressive potential of the spectator. The audiovisual elements within such a piece are used as a means to achieve a new kind of social experience.

Other pieces strive to be perceptual explorations. Light, sound & kinetics flood the senses, to see what remains.

His work has been shown at renown art places such as the Stedelijk Museum, but it can just as well be found in public space or at techno parties. His work has been shown at venues in Amsterdam, London, São paulo, Monaco, Paris, Berlin, Ghent, Warsaw, Ljubljana and Bucharest. He has received grants and prizes from the Dutch Institute for Media Arts, Stroom, the Foundation for Visual Arts and the City of The Hague.

 

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Nick Verstand

Par Nina Verhagen

Nick Verstand (1984) is a contemporary artist exploring human behavior and perception through spatial audiovisual compositions. His autonomous installations and live performances investigate the materialization of internal emotional experiences and are created through collaborative design processes aimed at breaking down social boundaries.

The resulting intuitive experiences, co-creations of artist and audience, generate a hypnotizing environment for the subconscious mind.

Nick has exhibited and performed at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Dutch Design Week, Art Central Hong Kong, SXSW and collaborated with artists such as Fatima Yamaha, Joep Beving and Suzanne Ciani. Dezeen selected his project AURA as one of the top 10 art installations of 2017, alongside Olafur Eliasson, Ai Weiwei, and Anish Kapoor.

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Onionlab

Par Nina Verhagen

Onionlab is a multidisciplinary studio. They create interactive products and experiences, motion design movies and audiovisual shows for companies that want to be related to technology, design, and art. Their works are based on the aesthetic attention to detail and the technical innovation.

Starting from graphic concepts and detailed ideas, they get lost in the development and find themselves again at the resolution. They usually make use of the power of scripting and the seduction of music and sound design. They are interested in learning in each project, that’s why they invest many hours researching. They like collaborations.

Music is a source of inspiration for them, and it is often the starting point of their work. VR (virtual reality) experiences, projection mapping, stage design, and music videos are some of the formats through which we relate to music.

To celebrate the bicentenary of the Prado Museum, on November 24th, 2018, Onionlab projected a video mapping organized by the events agency Ciudadano Kien on the facade of the building. The video mapping transformed the inert facade of the building into something organic thus creating an immersive visual journey of lights, shadows, and optical illusions.

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NONOTAK STUDIO

Par Nina Verhagen

NONOTAK studio is the collaboration between the illustrator Noemi Schipfer and the architect musician Takami Nakamoto. Commissioned by the Architect Bigoni-Mortemard to create a mural in the lobby of a public housing building in Paris, NONOTAK was created in late 2011.

In early 2013, they start to work on light and sound installations, creating an ethereal, immersive and dreamlike environment meant to envelop the viewer, capitalizing on Takami Nakamoto’s approach of space & sound, and Noemi Schipfer’s experience in kinetic visual.

They presented their first audiovisual installation at the Mapping Festival in May 2013. In summer 2013, NONOTAK comes up with a performance, LATE SPECULATION, where they are the creators and contents of the project.

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Microwave Festival

Par Nina Verhagen

HONG KONG

Microwave Festival began in 1996 as an annual video art festival of the local video art institution Videotage. As technology progressed and became more accessible, video art slowly evolved to involve other media; thus Microwave began to embrace the wider range of new media art. As the first and only art festival in Hong Kong dedicated to new media art, Microwave has steadily grown into a well-established festival that brings cutting-edge works to provoke thought in the technological hub every year.

In its 10th anniversary, Microwave Festival celebrated by becoming an independent organization, completed with a re-branding by design partner Milkxhake and a strengthened curatorial and working team. Microwave then continues the hard work to inspire Hong Kong and the rest of the world with pioneering media artworks selected to suit themes relevant to the society today, while also avidly supporting the exchange and dialogue between artists, professionals, and the general public.

They envision that through the Microwave network, Hong Kong artists will be introduced to international institutions and curators, working as a platform and gateway for them to develop their art and skills. Apart from the grand annual festival, Microwave also endeavors to nurture a rising local new media arts community, organizing various programmes such as educational workshops, seminars, forums, and exhibitions.

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FOTONICA

Par Nina Verhagen

(edited 29.11.19 by Marta Minguell)

ROMA 29 November – 07 December

FOTONICA 3rd edition launches with new audiovisual projects of italian-based and international artists.

FOTONICA from photon, historically as light, from Greek φωτός (photòs), is a FREE festival that investigates art forms related to the light element, in particular, digital light. PHOTONICA wants to be a new project in a field where Rome has always been a reference, but today it suffers from the lack of an international event: the Audio Visual Arts.

Wants to be a project of the newborn roman network of organizations active in contemporary video audio to build a program that represents the various forms of expression: Audio Video Performances, Video Mappings, Light Installations, DJ-VJ Sets, NetArt, Workshops, and lectures.

The initiative is part of the program of Contemporaneamente Roma 2019 promoted by Roma Capitale, Assessorato alla Crescita Culturale and in collaboration with Siae. This 2019 will again play in the capital, specifically at Cinema Aquila in Pigneto area and at Fusolab 2.0 in Centocelle/Alessandrino in Rome.

FOTONICA is produced by Flyer communication, which in 2004 created the LPM Live Performers Meeting, the largest event in the industry. He came to his 18th edition, of which 11 in Rome and the others, thanks to the support of the European Community, Xalapa, Minsk, Mexico City, Cape Town, Eindhoven and Amsterdam. Since 2004, LPM has hosted more than 4600 artists, 2625 performances, workshops and showcases, with 72 participating countries and more than 1,500,000 visitors.

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