Due to contemporary life dynamics we all get bored very quickly. That’s why we are always looking for something new. We like to challenge ourselves and experiment with new ideas, that not only demonstrate graphic excellence, but create one of a kind experience for the audience. An adventure in the depths of the mind. Our […]
⭐️ Para esta sexta temporada hemos actualizado muchos de los contenidos del @petitprincepbcn lo cual nos hace muy felices ya que en seis años a nivel tecnológico cambian muchas cosas.
En esta escena en particular (más de 8 minutos!) hemos utilizado el motor en tiempo real Unreal Engine para la animación.
Llevamos una año utilizando esta potente herramienta y aplicándola a los escenarios de diferentes formas con buenos resultados.
For this sixth season of ‘The Little Prince’ we have been updating a lot of the content and luckily in six years technology wise a lot of progress has happened too.
In this particular scene (8+ minutes!) the real time 3D engine @unrealengine has been used for the animation.
We have been using this powerful tool one year now applying it to shows on stage in different ways with great results.
#littleprince #visualscenography #visualist #petitprincep #millumin #unrealengine #unrealengine4 #theatre #musicaltheatre #millumin #millumin3 .
Una producción de @angelllacer_oficial @manuguix @cia_laperla29 (at BARTS)
[VIDEOMAPPING] PRIVACIDAD (México 2017) Timelapse de la obra de teatro completa con @diegoluna_
y @luisgerardom .
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#GM #gm_videolab #privacidad #privacy #teatro #theatre #theatreworks #theatrelife #theatrephotography #interactivetheatre #videoprojection #projectionmapping #millumin #videomapping #video #timelapse #visualartist #gopro #goprohero4 #goprotimelapse #gopromx #mexico #cdmx (at Teatro de los Insurgentes)
Au travail dans les locaux de la cie Nansouk, report de résidence pour la création de Bled.
Texte de Daniel Danis.
Mise en scène Charly Blanche.
#millumin #theatremultimedia #theatrejeunepublic
It all begun in 2009. After quitting my job as an engineer I moved to Madrid to study a Master in Motion Graphics while making my first experiences in the world of video art.
In 2010 I started up several collaborations with art organizations in Madrid and they proposed to me to shoot a dance performance by the choreographer Iratche Ansa.
The performance was going to be held at the Matadero in Madrid. From that recording I put together my first video dance “Comunicación Interpretación Automática” which had a very good reception.
A few months later I made my first dance pieces with live visuals with choreographer Barbara Fritsche.
Thanks to those projects I was able to work on the musical “Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar” in 2013. In 2014 I directed my first proper theatre show: “Girasomnis”.
I try to “connect” the visuals with the dancers. Sometimes I encourage the dancers to “connect” or follow my visuals.
In this project I also composed the music. This is very useful as I have better control of the creative process. With this project I tried to evoke feelings in the audience without words: just images, dance and instrumental music.
This quarantine caused an abrupt stop in my job, but also gave me time to start imagining something new.
The idea was born during the first week of confinement. At the start, It was simple: I just wanted to publish some of our best projects and make them public. But I also felt a need for a change.
The last 3 years I was quite disconnected from my artistic side due to working mostly on commercial projects.
I was just focusing on making money to pay my bills and trying to have a stable team for audiovisual production. The outbreak of the Covid-19 has been an absolute shift in our work. We started questioning the possibility of doing our shows as we did before.
So, in April I started to visualize and write a synopsis of this new project. I then decided to publish “Dance Mapping Virtual Tour 2020” as a memorandum of all these years of physical shows.
This new production is planned to be released in VR and physical 360 projection format in late 2021.
When I have the budget I can work with some powerful audiovisual freelancers from my network of collaborators. Failing that I work alone.
I also work with very talented dancers/choreographers from Barcelona. During the years they started to understand my ideas and transform them in beautiful choreographies.
I have mostly 2 ways of work. I compose a music draft and then I work on the visuals and choreography or vice versa: I make a draft of visual content with a draft choreography and I try to match the sounds and music.
Sometimes I give leeway to the dancer, so they can create their own choreography and then I create the visual content following their movements.
In the last few years I also worked with some talented musicians for a faster audiovisual production.
This was a concept from Roman Torre. In 2015 I shared a space with him and we collaborated together on a video mapping of a rotating stone. It was a nice project called Liquid Series.
In the video mapping area I also tried to develop innovative concepts, differing from the typical big projection on a building facade. 2 Years ago I started to develop the concept of “Holomapping”. I am planning to finish it next year as well.
Nowadays, it is possible to learn a lot following digital online courses, but it is always better if somebody guides you. As with everything in life the best way to learn is practice, making mistakes and improving.
Spain is not the best country for arts, I would say. As far as I know French artists or from other European countries have more grants and support from their governments, but everything is possible if you are passionate about your work.
Reposted from @opus3: “- FALTA - de Claudia Yolin.
Una obra sin performers humanxs, solo luz, que montamos para grabar durante 2 semanas en @centrogam
⠀📸 de @sebapereiraco
#lightingdesign #theatre #etcelement #millumin #theatredesign #solidlightworks #lightandsound #artlight #mediaart #immersiveart #lightinstallation”