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Lines A/V Architectural Mapping Performance

Par Eva Fechten

Lines is an abstract architectural mapping show which took place on the facade of the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest, which is the second largest administrative building in the world, with usage of more than 104 projectors over 2.000.000 ANSI lumens, on 23.000 square meters of projection surface. It has been billed as the biggest projection […]

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Bio-inspire A/V Dome Performance

Par Eva Fechten

IAIA | Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico, USA, 2015 Fiske Planetarium – University of Colorado Boulder in Colorado, USA, 2015 BioInspire is an A/V dome performance which has screened in the Institute of American Indian Arts(New Mexico, USA) and Fiske Planetarium – University of Colorado Boulder(Colorado, USA). Artificial neural networks(ANNs), a largely […]

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Tournée Orelsan 2018

Par yannickkohn



Tournée Orelsan 2018

2018, France

Tournée “La fête est finie”

Credit
    • video content : WOVE studio
    • light designer : Nicolas Xavier Brion
    • production : Asterios

Alienware Projection Mapped Product Launch

Par julia
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Event Profile: 3D Projection Mapping

Staging Connections used projection mapping to transform Alienware’s product launch into a world filled with aliens, telekinetics, sci-fi themes and more.

Auto VidéoMapping avec LightForm LF1

Par LeCollagiste
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Le terme d’auto Vidéo Mapping ou auto mapping existe depuis les débuts 2000 avec la calibration automatique de Johnny Chong Lee. La solution LightForm propose le LF1 un capteur 4K, envoie un motif structured light (bande noir et blanc) au vidéoprojecteur pour généré un vidéo mapping. LightForm étalonne l’auto mapping, géré par le logiciel LightForm Creator. Dans la bestiole, donc une caméra 4K, un Quad Core A9, 20 Go de stockage eMMC, une connexion Ethernet et du Wifi, un port HDMI. Créateur de forme lumineuse à expérience en réalité augmentée propose la bestiole à 699$, livrable à partir de novembre 2018.

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Auto VidéoMapping avec LightForm LF1 est un billet de LeCollagiste VJ.
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How to Start Experiments with Glitch and Why VJs Occupy Churches

Par lumenadmin

Yochanan Rauert a.k.a Yo Yochi knows how things work inside the international VJing community. In this interview he opens the secrets of successful networking, shares his software story, recommends the best sources of new media art related information, gives a brief yet ultimate guide on glitch art for beginners and so much more. Continue reading! […]

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Pros and Cons of Working as a VJ in Dubai

Par lumenadmin

Pradeep Mohan came from Chennai, India to become one of the moving forces of commercial VJing in Dubai. Working in the big event management company, this guy knows how things work inside out. Keep reading to learn from his experience! Lumen: You’re a video engineer and it sounds extremely cool but could you please describe […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Mexican VJing: From Market Features to Powers of Ayahuasca

Par lumenadmin

Bio Ritmo (Roberto Montiel) is an iconic character from the international VJing community, who’s truly passionate about visuals and their meanings. Luckily for Lumen, Roberto was very open to share stories and insights on his audiovisual education, partnership with LPM festival, baby project Medusa Lab, sources of inspiration, local shamanic practises, possibilities of AI, and […]

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First and Only Video Mapping in Uruguay and How to Project Onto Rocks

Par lumenadmin

Marcelo Vidal lives and works in Montevideo, where people don’t really care about media art. But our hero managed to create his video mapping company, develop the field from a scratch, play with Ricardo Villalobos and visit a lot of international festivals. In this interview, Marcelo describes the most important steps in his career and […]

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Georacing à la manœuvre sur le suivi virtuel de la compétition du Tour Voile 2018

Par Cine.Tv.Industry

La société Trimaran a été choisie par Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) pour déployer ses technologies Georacing de tracking GPS et de visualisation virtuelle d’événements sportifs « outdoor » (en extérieur) lors du Tour Voile 2018 (l’ancien Tour de France à la voile), du 6 juillet au 22 juillet, soit 15 jours de compétition et 2 jours de repos. Un parcours qui débute à Dunkerque et se termine à Nice.

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Grâce à des balises GPS positionnées sur les bateaux des 26 teams participants, les fans peuvent suivre en temps réel toutes les régates sur un lecteur vidéo interactif pour le digital (web et mobile). Positionnements, vitesses, écarts, classements… sont accessibles à tous, via le lien « Cartographie » du site internet du Tour Voile et grâce à l’application mobile Georacing (iOS & Android). Georacing réalise quotidiennement des séquences virtuelles en 3D en alternance sur la finale des stades nautiques et le raid côtier qui viennent enrichir le contenu des résumés sportifs diffusés dès le lendemain sur différents médias (TV & Digital).

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Cette année, le Tour Voile fête ses 40 ans. Plus condensé que les années précédentes et alternant entre des manches en Stades Nautiques et des Raids Côtiers, il est encore plus intense et exigeant pour les participants. Il passe notamment par Dunkerque, Dieppe, Barneville-Carteret, Baden-Golfe du Morbihan, Gruissan, Hyères et Nice.

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games

Par yannickkohn


Modulo Kinetic at the 2018 Commonwealth Games ceremonies

April 2018, Carrara, QLD – Australia


For the opening and closing ceremonies of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, The Electric Canvas, an award-winning Australian company specialized in large-scale projections, managed the AV projection relying on Modulo Pi’s high-end media server: Modulo Kinetic.

The 21st Commonwealth Games took place in April 2018 at the Carrara stadium in Queensland, Australia. Produced by Jack Morton Worldwide, the opening and closing ceremonies were spectacular shows with 4.000 volunteer performers. Combining theatre, dance, and music, the shows were created to reflect the Gold Coast culture, embodying its spirit and its energy.

After winning the tender, The Electric Canvas prepared the event over 6 months. To achieve such a large-scale video projection in the stadium, they chose 20 x Christie Boxer projectors, as well as Modulo Kinetic, a powerful media server with advanced features from Modulo Pi.

Peter Milne, Director of The Electric Canvas, explains: “I’ve been involved with Yannick Kohn – founder of Modulo Pi – and his technology for nearly 20 years now. When he launched Modulo Pi in 2010, we were very keen on adopting his latest system, Modulo Player”. Recognized internationally as a leader in large-scale and architectural projections, The Electric Canvas has relied on Modulo Player for several years now: “We use Modulo Player on many projects because we really like the X-map among other features.”

When entering the bid for the Gold Coast 2018, Milne chose Modulo Kinetic, Modulo Pi’s new media server solution: “We were very excited when Modulo Kinetic was launched, and now we have quite a lot of Modulo Kinetic servers. In fact, when we proposed Modulo Kinetic to the Commonwealth Games, we only had a few months experience with it. That was possible because we trust Modulo Pi when it comes to this type of software development. We were sure that their technology would be reliable and solid because of our previous experiences with Modulo Player.”

Working closely with the content producer, The Electric Canvas designed the projection overlay which determined how to cover the field of play, and how to project the other elements efficiently, while providing maximum creativity.
The main video projection was a visualization of Earth and its history, projected on the stadium playfield. This came with several challenges: “We had to put the 20 video-projectors at a height of 67 meters above the ground in the sports lighting towers. We did this because the stage was covered with sand, so there would have been a lot of unwanted texture, had we projected from a normal setting position. Especially as the sand was being constantly disturbed by the performers. Putting projectors so high was a difficult thing to do, particularly for technicians, who had to climb more than 200 steps every day to get to the top of the towers. But it was all worth it in the end, as the resulting image quality was very good” comments Peter Milne.

To handle all necessary changes, the flexibility in the video-projection programming brought by Modulo Kinetic was a must for both ceremonies of this major event: “Ceremony production is a very unique process. There are changes in the choreography or content every day, so you have to have a very flexible system to be able to cope with those changes and incorporate them, sometimes even within the same rehearsal.”

In a time-critical context, The Electric Canvas’ operators made the best of Modulo Kinetic’s capability to preview the show in 3D: “During the day, when we don’t have the benefit of darkness, we can run the show from the recording of the previous evening, using video of the rehearsal, to then further fine-tune the programming of the projection.”

The show also included 3D mapping on Migaloo, a 30 meters long inflatable white whale, handled by 12 puppeteers. The whale floated into the arena, with content projected onto it after it reached its final position. The projection on the whale then transferred to the field of play at the end of the sequence.

The show video was synchronized to timecode, which was delivered with the music, but sometimes had to run independently from the timecode, as Milne explains: “In the case of having to hold entries and exits by the cast, or other unplanned factors, you need programming strategies, creating loops in the content so you don’t have any unexpected result in the picture when the timecode stops, or when something unexpected happens in the show. There are a lot of media servers who don’t cope with this very well. Having a strategy whereby you can, at some point in the music, ignore the timecode, allowing the music to stop and to loop, waiting for something else to happen when there’s a mechanical breakdown on the field, or when somebody falls over, is crucial. These contingent loops are a major and important part of these live shows, so having a system like Modulo Kinetic that deals with those contingencies, in a very fluid and flexible way, is essential.”

Operators could also rely on the backup capabilities of Modulo Kinetic: “On a show this size, you have many departments involved, with everybody running from the timecode. One other important feature of Modulo Kinetic is the automatic reversion to back-up systems, should we have a computer problem or failure. That is also something Modulo Kinetic is good at.”

In the end, the projection was impressive and looked very good in both ceremonies, with The Electric Canvas receiving lots of positive comments. About the utilization of Modulo Kinetic on this international multi-sport gathering, Milnes concludes: “It was reliable, flexible, and easy-to-use in a situation that can sometimes change dramatically every day. The Modulo Pi media servers are very specifically built for technicians and for the creatives that do the type of work that we do. Because the Modulo Pi team listens to technicians and creatives that work on projects, they modify and improve their software specifically on that feedback. For us, that’s an enormous advantage compared to other much larger companies.”

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VJs on Burning Man, New Platform for Visual Artists and How to Dream Big in Small Towns

Par lumenadmin

VJ Fader started his VJing career while he was studying art in California. Now he’s based in Berlin, working on a new marketplace for visual artists all over the world. Also, James compares popular festivals, shares his most memorable live mixing experience, and fantasizes about the nearest future of VJing. Don’t miss this conversation! Lumen: […]

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Apprendre les scénographies digitales avec HeavyM

Par severine

  Unisphères met le vidéo mapping au service du spectacle vivant   Nous avons eu le plaisir de recevoir récemment un message ul . . .

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The Secret Behind Successful Annual Events

Par lumenadmin

  Earlier this month we produced the 24th Annual Our Heroes Luncheon for Sykes Enterprises, Inc. Foundation. It was another successful year, filled with emotion and compelling tributes to Hillsborough County’s first responders. With rave reviews from our client; audience members complimenting on a job well done, and so many saying “this is the best year […]

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3 Proven Ways to Revamp Your Repeat Event

Par lumenadmin

  By Cylie Svartoien When you have a local repeat event with a consistent audience, it’s easy to get comfortable and rely on tactics that have worked before. However, if you want to keep your audience’s attention and attendance, it’s critical to revamp, refresh and rejuvenate your show. Last week at the Heroes Luncheon in Tampa, […]

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Events Are Like Theater

Par lumenadmin

By: Cylie Svartoien, Marketing Specialist, Kingham Signature Events Set the stage – can everyone see the action? Cue the lights – what are you spotlighting? Design the set – what atmosphere are you going for? Can you feel the excitement buzzing in the air? Your milestone event is theater in live action. Except, you don’t […]

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Front Pictures Projection Act on America’s Got Talent 2018

Par julia
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Front Pictures: You Have To See This Amazing Projection Act – America’s Got Talent 2018

Front Pictures‘ audition on America’s Got Talent 2018 consisted of performing a videomapping routine while detailing a story of a person who must escape a video game.

Des lycéens deviennent scénographes avec HeavyM

Par severine

  Quand la musique classique s’anime au rythme du vidéo mapping   De nombreux établissements scolaires imaginent aujourd? . . .

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Interactive Mapping Performance

Par julia
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Júlio Resende – “Fado Cyborg”

Interactive projection mapping performance directed by Nuno Barbosa for musician Júlio Resende’s new video “Fado Cyborg”.

Light Phenomena

Par Eva Fechten

Light Phenomena Mapping Show

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D-brane

Par Eva Fechten

D-brane is the story of a creation outgrowing its creator. The performance is the culmination of dance, real time projection mapping and live audio synthesis. A software system was built specifically for this project allowing the dancer to have direct gestural interactions with the visuals and audio in real time. The dancer wears a tracking device and interacts with a suspended dodecahedron. The dodecahedron is also tracked and projected as it moves. An analog patch based audio synthesis sonifies the motions of the dancer using the live tracking data. HTC Vive tracking is used for motion tracking. All real time graphics, tracking and projection is done in Touchdesigner.

Credits:

Performer: Kathryn Florez fullstopdance.weebly.com/
Director: Harvey Moon HarveyMoon.com
Story and Art Direction: Qianqian Ye qianqian-ye.com/
Sound Artist: Cullen Miller pointlinesurface.com/
Technical Support: Colin Parsons robot.yoga/

Video Production:
Cinematographer: Andy Hoffman andyjhoffman.com
Editor/ Assistant Director: Ian Colon iancolon.com/

Equipment and space – Obscura Digital

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VVG – Geely Atlas mapping

Par Eva Fechten

Видеомэппинг на автомобиль Geely Atlas и сценические декорации 10×4м.

Geely Atlas car videomapping. Stage 10×4 m

http://belgee.by/cars/geely-atlas/obzor

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GMUNK Presents the First Drone Screen Performance

Par lumenadmin

LUCID from GMUNK on Vimeo. London tech startup Flying Screens lets director/innovator GMUNK loose with their new drone screens to produce this piece of performance art called “Lucid” featuring UK dancer ZAKIYA. From GMUNK: “‘Lucid’ is at the forefront of a new medium in digital performance art, utilizing emerging unmanned aerial vehicle technology to create […]

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Offre Boitiers Plein Format Optiques SONY Hiver 2018

Par Paola PUGLISI

Passez au Plein Format grâce à offre de remboursement Sony Photo : bénéficiez d’un cashback jusqu’à 400 € de cashback !

Pour l’achat entre le 05/10/2018 et le 08/01/2019 inclus, effectué en France métropolitaine (Corse incluse), DROM COM et Monaco (1), ou sur un site marchand français participant (2) – d’un produit Photo Sony éligible à l’opération, Sony vous rembourse une partie de votre achat.

Références des Boîtiers et optiques éligibles ainsi que du montant du remboursement associé :

Boitiers Sony Alpha:
A7II 150€TTC
A7RII 200€TTC
Objectifs Sony :
SEL100400GM 100 € TTC
SEL100F28GM 100 € TTC
SEL1018 50 € TTC
SEL1224G 100 € TTC
SEL1635GM 100 € TTC
SEL1635Z 100 € TTC
SEL1670Z 100 € TTC
SEL18200LE 60 € TTC
SEL24105G 100 € TTC
SEL24240 100 € TTC
SEL2470GM 100 € TTC
SEL2470Z 100 € TTC
SEL28F20 40 € TTC
SEL30M35 25 € TTC
SEL35F14Z 100 € TTC
SEL35F18 40 € TTC
SEL35F28Z 80 € TTC
SEL50F14Z 100 € TTC
SEL50F18 30 € TTC
SEL50M28 50 € TTC
SEL55210 30 € TTC
SEL55F18Z 100 € TTC
SEL70200G 100 € TTC
SEL70200GM 100 € TTC
SEL70300G 100 € TTC
SEL85F14GM 100 € TTC
SEL85F18 60 € TTC
SEL90M28G 100 € TTC
SELP18105G 50 € TTC
SELP18110G 400 € TTC

(1) Vos coordonnées bancaires doivent émaner d’une banque domiciliée en France.

(2) Les achats effectués sur internet sont acceptés pour les sites ayant une extension en « .fr » ou dont le siège social est basé en France, et s’ils fournissent une facture d’achat en français. Bonus : En cas d’achat simultané(3) , d’une optique GM type SEL100400GM, SEL100F28GM, SEL1635GM, SEL2470GM, SEL70200GM, SEL85F14GM, et d’un boitier A7SII, A7RII ou A9(4) , le remboursement de votre optique sera doublé (soit 100 €TTC de plus).

3) Les deux produits achetés chez le même revendeur, au même moment et présents sur la même facture.

(4) Les boitiers A9, A7SII et A7RIII ne bénéficient d’aucun remboursement spécifique sur cette opération. Offre réservée aux personnes physiques majeures domiciliées en France Métropolitaine (Corse comprise), Monaco et DROM-COM, détentrices d’un compte bancaire domicilié dans une banque française, un code de participation par produit, dans la limite de 4 codes de participation par foyer (même nom, même adresse et/ou même IBAN/BIC et/ou même adresse email).

Offre réservée aux particuliers et non cumulable avec une autre offre promotionnelle sur la période.

COMMENT BÉNÉFICIER DE L’OFFRE Boitiers Plein Format Optiques SONY Hiver 2018 ?

Pour recevoir le montant remboursable correspondant au produit éligible que vous avez acheté dans la période indiquée ci-dessus, renvoyez votre dossier de participation complet en suivant les étapes décrites ci-après :

1. CONNECTEZ-VOUS SUR LE SITE WWW.SONY.FR/NOS-PROMOTIONS ENTRE LE 05/10/2018 ET LE 23/01/2019 INCLUS

L’inscription en ligne sur ce site est obligatoire pour bénéficier de l’offre. Cette inscription nécessite que vous ayez un compte ouvert sur le site http://www.sony.fr/nos-promotions dédié à nos opérations promotionnelles.

Identifiez-vous si vous possédez déjà un compte ; si vous n’avez pas encore de compte sur ce site, il faudra tout d’abord en créer un et valider l’email de confirmation reçu sur l’adresse email renseignée par vos soins (vous pourrez par la suite réutiliser vos identifiants pour toutes les opérations relayées sur ce site).

– Accédez à l’offre – Cette page vous invite alors à accéder en parallèle au programme MySony pour enregistrer votre produit et bénéficier d’une assistance client complète.

Si vous avez acheté plusieurs produits correspondant à l’offre, réalisez une participation par produit comme suit :

– Complétez le formulaire dédié à l’offre sans oublier vos coordonnées bancaires émanant d’une banque domiciliée en France et votre numéro de portable ainsi que votre email servant au suivi de votre remboursement. Vos coordonnées bancaires ne seront utilisées que pour procéder au remboursement lié à cette offre. Elles seront conservées uniquement le temps nécessaire au traitement de votre dossier.

– Validez le formulaire La validation électronique du formulaire déclenche l’émission d’un code de participation unique et vous pourrez alors imprimer le document récapitulatif des informations saisies.

2. CONSTITUEZ LE DOSSIER À ENVOYER AVEC LES ÉLÉMENTS CI-DESSOUS :

– Le document récapitulatif de votre participation obtenu à l’étape précédente, comprenant vos coordonnées complètes ainsi que votre code de participation unique. – Si vous ne disposez pas d’une imprimante, recopiez sur papier libre, votre nom, prénom, adresse complète et code de participation unique.

– Le code-barres original à 13 chiffres commençant par 45 ou 49 ainsi que le numéro de série original commençant par S suivi de 9 ou 10 caractères alphanumériques de votre produit Sony concerné par l’offre (à découper sur le carton d’emballage conforme à l’exemple ci-contre). Un code-barres et un numéro de série par produit.

– L’original ou la photocopie de votre preuve d’achat de votre produit Sony concerné par l’offre, datée entre le 05/10/2018 et le 08/01/2019, en entourant la date d’achat ainsi que la référence du produit concerné par l’offre. La preuve d’achat doit être rédigée en français.

– Si votre participation est éligible au doublement du remboursement pour une optique, entourer la référence du boîtier pour que le doublement de prime soit engagé. Sera considérée comme nulle toute demande illisible, incomplète, expédiée après la date limite et/ou non accompagnée des preuves d’achat requises. Toutes coordonnées contenant des informations fausses ou erronées ou qui ne permettent pas de contacter le participant, entrainent la non prise en compte de la demande de remboursement.

3. ENVOYEZ VOTRE DOSSIER complété sous pli suffisamment affranchi, en recommandé avec AR, au plus tard le 23/01/2018 (cachet de la poste faisant foi) à l’adresse suivante :

Offre PHOTO VIDEO SONY Hiver 2018

ACTIVATION N°47575

CS 0016

13102 ROUSSET CEDEX

Les frais d’envoi du dossier en recommandé avec AR sont à votre charge exclusive et ne seront pas remboursés. Les dossiers envoyés en courrier simple ne seront pas pris en compte. Pour toute question, appelez au 0970 805 100 (numéro non surtaxé depuis un poste fixe) du lundi au vendredi de 9h à 18h (à l’exception des jours fériés) Référence de l’opération à rappeler : N°47575 Vous recevrez votre remboursement dans un délai de 6 à 8 semaines environ à réception de votre dossier papier complet, sans que ce délai fourni à titre indicatif n’engage Sony.

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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

info@sonicacts.com

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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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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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Balenciaga – SS19 Paris Fashion Show

Par yannickkohn


Balenciaga – SS19 Fashion Show

September 2018, Cité Du Cinema – Saint-Denis, France


Credit

  • Set design & production : La Mode en Images
  • Director : Jon Rafman
  • Integration and rendering : Spectre Lab

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.

 

Interference 

Gdańsk, Poland

info@interferencefestival.com

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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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