@_aurelien.w Création Originale : VideoMapping sur l’ancien site tertiaire Etam.
Fresque poétique évoquant l’art de la filature et la saison hivernale.
Création & Animation :
#videomapping #projectionvideo #millumin #christiedigital #illustrator #Etam #etamlingerie #Mouvaux #Lille #lilledesign #rencontresaudiovisuelles #LoomProd #motiondesign #creationoriginale #mapping #fresquemapping
@metteursenpieces INSIDE Retour sur notre projet mapping interactif sur la peur. @citizenlights1030 @metteursenpieces
#mapping #processing #millumin2 #wood #woodworking #projection #generativeart #schaerbeekoise #decorationinterieur #scream #fear #peur #strange #ivy
Find out best offers of Christmas VJ Loop and software for 2020 Every year from the beginning of December numerous traditional red and shiny decorations appear all over the world. That’s so, because Christmas and New Year times is near, apparently! Themed parties and events are starting in all the different places. Rave parties and […]
Les développeurs de Jokyo HAP Encoder annonce une nouvelle version des plugins HAP dédiée à Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro et Media Encoder sur Windows et Mac.
Un nouveau lecteur HAP arrive sur le catalogue en version gratuite et en bêta, Le Jokyo HAP Player est donc dédié à la lecture des fichiers encodés en HAP toujours en utilisant l’accélération du GPU (carte graphique), il permet aussi la vérification des fichiers. La version bêta du Jokyo HAP Player ne supporte pas encore le son, mais cela ne serait tardé, il support l’Alpha Checking, des infos sur la résolution, le Chunks, la bande passante, les frames corrompues..
Il inclut toutes les variantes du codec HAP, dont le nouvel arrivant de l’été dernier le HAP-R
Le bundle Jokyo HAP Ae Encoder + HAP Me Encoder est à 99€.
My projection design for Cabaret at LAMC. 📸 @curtisstage
Tickets at www.lamcstage.com
#projectionmapping #video #photoshop #aftereffects #cabaret #projection #millumin
Mapping sur la cathédrale Santa Maria de Burgos ( Espagne ). Réalisé le 26 mai 2018 pour la Noche Blanca 2018. #adlibcreations #mapping #burgos #catedralSantaMaria #nocheblanca .#VIIIcentenariocatedralburgos2021 #barco #millumin #christiangimat (at Burgos,españa)
LUX NATURAE / Part 1 of 6
Glad to have my music played on the bridge in Skopje last week end, written for the SKOPJE LIGHT ART DISTRICT 2020 festival.
Visual Artists : Aurélien WOJTKO @_aurelien.w/, Susie-lou CHETCUTI, Patrick GRANDI, Jules HUVIG @juleshuvig/, Frédéric HAUDEGOND
Original Music & Sound Design : Geraldine KWIK
Production : Loom Prod France
Organization : @sk_light_art_district/
Place : Stone Bridge - SKOPJE - MACEDONIA
#skopje #ckonje #macedonia #stonebridge #bridge #light #art #district #3rd #edition #going #green #mapping #projectionmapping #composingmusic #composer #orchestral #musicforpaintings #movingimage #digitalartist #night #millumin #frenchcomposer #streetart #skopjeinfo #instagraphynet #sklad2020 #skopjelightartdistrict (at Stone Bridge, Skopje)
Otro homenaje a todos los involucrados en esta #pandemia estamos muy agradecidos. Gracias al @gobnau que nos dio la oportunidad de llevar este agradecimiento a más personas, fuimos los primeros en hacer #videomapping en las torres de Satelite y ahora en una basílica que tiene más de 500 años. @pluxstudio @omagicamx @eventosinlimites. Gracias a todos los que hacen posible esto. #video #homenaje #covid #doctores #bomberos #basilicadelosremedios #naucalpan #luces #colores #epson #reflects #lights #3D #millumin #watchout #resolume #aftereffects #motiongraphics #eventos #meetingplanners #meetings
ᴍᴀᴘᴘɪɴɢ ᴍᴇ ! 20 🐺
▶#MedinadelCampo #mappingme #MAPPINGME20 #videomapping #millumin @rodrigotamariz_musicmapping (at Medina del Campo)
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.
I’m so proud of being part of this new mapping with my original music written for the casino Viage in Bruxelles played by night during full december. ( Boulevard Anspach 1000 Bruxelles )
Visual Artist : Simon Lebon
Music and sound design : Geraldine Kwik
Place : Grand Casino Brussels Viage
#bruxelles ##brussels #casino #viage #casinonight #videomapping #loomprod #originalsountrack #musicforpaintings #mapping #composer #frenchcomposer #musicscore #ambient #composingmusic #sound #sounddesign #art #visual #millumin #madmapper #motiondesign #aftereffects #design #architecturalmapping #projectionmapping #movingimage #digitalartist #night (at Brussels, Belgium)
Un collecteur de liens, classés dans des blocs sur la thématique de l’image live sous toutes ses formes, VidéoMapping Software. Une liste de liens sur une seule page avec plus de 280 logiciels, applications et autre média serveur, des outils VJ’s, des tools NDI, Syphon ou Spout.
Méta moissonneur de liens collaboratif et curator VJ depuis 1999.
From immersive VJ sets to operatic projection mapping, from AV live graffiti to cutting-edge interactive installations. Cosmic Lab always achieves to captivate the audience and mind-blow even the more AV experts.
As we said: no fear of experimenting. Here we see a very interesting fusion between hip hop and audiovisual culture.
At the opening event of MAGNET by SHIBUYA 109 “ShibuGekiSai”, Cosmic Lab and Doppel collaborated on a performance combining live painting and video projection.
The 3D video cubes are animated in motion graphics by the audiovisual artists guiding the graffiti artists on the patterns they will fill with their spray cans.
The DJ spins tunes throughout the performance linking graffiti and projection through the overall hip hop groove.
An audiovisual feast and a once-in-a-lifetime experience to celebrate the Koyasan’s 1200th anniversary (The center of Shingon Buddhism).
We see something truly remarkable and unique: a fusion among the vibrating tones of the Buddhist chant, Japanese drums and an elaborate projection mapping.
Under the musical inputs and the AV latest technologies the great Pagoda comes alive. The result is spectacular, mesmerizing and sumptuous to honor the ancient tradition of Japanese Buddhism.
Here Cosmic Lab went a few steps ahead by reinventing the way of making AV live performances through a new tool called QUASAR.
It loosely reminded us of the Reactable Machine, developed in Barcelona in 2003 to make music through physical interaction.
In this next-generation AV instrument, each musical measure is not interpreted in a linear fashion, but as an endless loop.
Also the tangible interface gives a physical structure to the AV content making possible to build rhythm and layers in all new intuitive physical way. Impressive!
The festival showcases projection mapping, audiovisual installations and light sculptures in order to develop a dialogue between new media and the urban context of the Basque Country capital city.
The participants have total freedom regarding the proposal theme. However proposals addressing environmental issues and/or United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be highly valued by the jury.
These will be the main focus of the 2021 edition of UMBRA Light Festival. The installations will be selected accordingly to the sculptural value and interactive implementation of art and light.
The selection process will be finalized within one month after the submission deadline. All finalists will be notified individually by e-mail
The artists may present proposals as an individual and/or collective. There is no limit to the number of members per team, however each proposal requires a distinct form and must be completed accordingly.
The Jury or selection committee, appointed by Argia_3, is made by professionals from lighting design, public space intervention and the Light Art sectors.
The Jury shall take into account the artistic quality, originality, innovation, and themes regarding sustainability (SDGs), as well as features of the artwork regarding the actual set up within the festival capabilities.
We met in 2009 in Buenos Aires, and we’ve decided to work together. Cecilia comes from animation and Ygor from painting and drawing. We mixed our best and created VJ Suave.
At that time, we used Adobe Flash, After Effects and Photoshop for animation. Later on we met Maki, and he introduced us to Tagtool, a tool to draw and animate in real time.
The first version of Tagtool was a DIY thing, you needed to have a wacom, arduino, knobs and sliders, ps2 controller, all connected to a computer and a controller box.
You needed to build it yourself, it was a bit complicated. Later on Maki and his crew started to develop Tagtool for iPads and we fell in love with it.
Most of our animations are made frame by frame, using Flash, and this takes time and people to work. Tagtool is easier. It’s a tool that allows us to create drawings and animation by ourselves in a short amount of time.
The VR is a very immersive solo experience. You actually believe you are inside a different reality. In Floresta Encantada, together with our crew, we’ve created an experience where participants are teleported to a magical forest where they can interact with both characters and the scenery.
They can play instruments near a bonfire and even drink medicine from a shaman. Each experience is unique as the map is very big. Some people say that they saw a spaceship, others say they had a trip on mushrooms, experiences which are rare in the map. At thee end of the journey all travelers come back to reality with a big smile.
We were happy and we wanted to keep doing moving projections. Instead of keeping on creating videos we wanted to try the performance format, so people on the streets could see it live.
Instead of a car, we thought of a way that could be affordable to us, first a bicycle, and then finally the tricycle as our moving base to project from.
Suaveciclo was created to be able to move our animations throughout the city, bringing joy to everyone who happens to be around. As we don’t use background in the projection the characters look more alive, with a digital graffiti style.
The idea was to take the characters out of the TV screen and make this colorful universe that was inside our heads to merge it with the real world.
It felt like a perfect gap for us to fit in. From then till now, we keep on doing what we love, what is true for us and we believe anything made like that will always be successful.
There have been a lot of adaptations till we got to the actual version of Suaveciclo. First version was very heavy, had small sound speakers and an overall flimsy structure for the projector.
We also had issues as we bought the wrong batteries (now we only use deep cycle batteries). We now have 2 tricycles in São Paulo, one for Ygor and one for Cecilia. What we use now is actually the 5th version.
A few months ago we finally installed an electric battery to help us doing the cycling. It’s also equipped with great sound speakers and a tripod head adapted for the projector.
We like the idea of more visual artists working with images in movement throughout the city. We encourage and help people around the world to build an audiovisual tricycle to express themselves.
Ygor: VJ Suave was the starting point for me. Thanks to that I developed my career in animation, creative technology, virtual reality and music. If it wasn’t for it I would still be doing graffiti on the city walls, or maybe working in the forest.
Ceci: I would be applying technology to some other area, maybe holistic health.
Nowadays it is blooming. During the isolation, many audiovisual artists from all over Brazil started to project videos on building walls outside their windows. They have come together and created a group called Projetemos. Thanks to this group, we can share our animations to be projected in different cities.
If VJ Suave had a little bit of each event, we would be defined by this mix which is something new with technology, animation and movement.
With Suaveciclo we can create magical moments. We gather people to see the city in a different way, more imaginative. We colour the path with light, expressing love. We think this can open people’s hearts, at least for a second.
Regarding the colours, we have the limitation of the projector. For Suaveciclo performances we carry a 5.500 lumen projector, which is very bright and powerful for a tricycle. However darker colours can be difficult to project. That’s why our colour pallet is always bright, with high contrast and saturation.
Kids are essential for our performances, because they appreciate magical beings. They want to play with the characters. When they do, adults start to believe in that magical moment too: when kids are yelling and chasing our enchanted characters.
The stage then turned into a ship launched into space with Tobin residing in a hyper-sleep pod. After dream-like hallucinations Tobin comes out actually wearing the suits shown in the animation.
A complex audiovisual narrative that blurs the boundaries between real and digital world, firing all sorts of trickery to cleanse out the audience of all their spatial references. Only when we lose all the anchor points we are truly primed to experience the digital voyage.
ISAM takes us on a journey through the unexplored universe generated by the EDM soundscape of Amon Tobin to the bring us back to the core of the action: the musician and his performance.
In my opinion, Xite Labs major breakthrough is their ability to truly animate their installation, snapping out of the static AV sculpture by delivering an immersive experience where all senses are captured within the space.
Their audiovisual world is disorienting and astonishing as it builds up in front of our eyes, departing far away from the bidimensionality of the screen experience.
Formed in the year 2000 as V Squared Labs by Vello E Virkhaus they have then merged with Tandem Digital Entertainment in 2018 to form XiteLabs.
Through the leadership of Greg Russell and Vello Virkhaus the audiovisual studio continuously executes next level experiential visual artistry.
The duo is always taking “never been done” concepts and turning them into reality. This process always starts with the blank page, and working with clients to define the words, scenery, illumination, content, interactivity, and the means to deliver it all.
Intervención lumínica de anoche sobre la Torre Telefónica en apoyo al pueblo de Palestina y rechazo a la anexión que se le quiere imponer. Chile es el país con mayor población de palestinos fuera de su territorio, mandamos desde acá un gesto de apoyo y resistencia al pueblo de Palestina y a su gente que vive acá y en el resto del mundo. Compartimos un poema palestino de Casey Cadao del 2016.
Sueño de Libertad
y escucha mi canción
De amor y pérdida
De mal terrible
Una tierra de aceitunas
Una tierra de cidra
Una tierra de naranjas y limones
Acuéstate en mis brazos
Hij@ de bendiciones
Sueño de nuestra tierra
con un profundo deseo
Suelo rico, agua clara
antiguo como los olivares
Mientras tenemos hambre y sed
recuperar nuestros recuerdos
Todo para ti hija
Nuestro hogar robado.
A Light intervention last night on the Telefónica Tower in support of the people of Palestine and rejection of the annexation. Chile, the country with the largest population of Palestinians outside their territory, we send a gesture of support and resistance to the people of Palestine. We share a palestinian poem by Casey Cadao from 2016.
Lie here with me
and hear my song
Of love and loss
Of dreadful wrong
A land of olives
A land of citron
A land of oranges and lemons
Lie in my arms
child of blessings
Dream of our land
with a depth of wishing
Rich soil, clear water
ancient as the olive groves
As we hunger and thirst
call up our memories
All for you daughter
Our stolen home.
#savepalestine #noalaanexion #freepalestine #palestinalibre #caseycadao #palestinalibre #palestina #chiledesperto #annexation #palestino #chile #politicart #artepolitico #videoprojection #videomapping #lightart #lightintervention #chileayudapalestina #savepalestine #kufiyya #hattah #trap #millumin #confinamiento #pandemia #covid19 #chile #poesia #poetry (at Chile)
Deformation #Umachine #digitalart #dance #mapping #videoprojection #art #picoftheday #instadance #audiovisual #installation #umachine #artist #audiovisualperformance #show #interactiveart #generativeart #madewithsmode #millumin #realtimevideo
The protagonist is the hand, the starting point of the artistic expression. From a simple gesture the whole audiovisual narrative takes over the building, truly engaging with the audience by inviting them to play along.
As part of our series about the Genius Loci Weimar 2019 winners, our young journalist Marta Minguell asked the creator about his creative process and how he approached the audiovisual event open call.
Basically, one person claps a rhythm and the crowd responds by clapping the same rhythm. In “The Shape of Sound” hands on the façade animate the audience through gestures to participate and rhythmically respond.
It’s a game of call and response. The viewers communicate with their hands. It’s a dialogue between them and the new Bauhaus Museum. By responding to the façade, the audience completes the projection. The rhythms are arranged in a way that they become increasingly difficult.
The simple beginning encourages as many spectators as possible to participate. The increase of rhythmical difficulty is not only challenging but also fun for the audience. It creates a feeling of community.
The building transforms into an oversized instrument which is played by hands. For me it’s important that not only the visuals but also the sounds refer to the building. This is why the sounds were directly recorded at the new Bauhaus Museum facade.
Together with sound designer Sören Schaudel, sounds and rhythms were recorded on the actual building by knocking on windows, stroking on rough walls, drumming on railings, anything that makes sounds.
These sounds are then arranged in a composition which is an interplay of image and sound. Recording the sounds on the façade is an essential and inspiring part of the design process of the projection.
In the specific case of the new Bauhaus Museum, the fine horizontal architectural lines on the facade were used to create a keyboard which then transforms the building into a huge piano played by over-dimensional hands.
We had the chance to see their artwork NUCLEUS³ live at Signal Festival 2018. An audiovisual thunderstorm infusing every element of the facade with vibrant life: another of their masterpiece!
As part of our series about the Genius Loci Weimar 2019 winners, our young journalist Marta Minguell asked the creators about their creative process and how they approached the audiovisual event open call.
In the first layer, the absolute beginning, we chose the main “topics” to work on graphically. In this case the architecture, the facade composition and the historical and urban context of the Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar.
Being architects, we believe that the building plays the part of the protagonist. Our main instruments for the visual narrative creation are building plans, sections, 3D-models, satellite images, 2D and 3D geodata, plans and models of the surroundings and finally the landscape of the city itself.
In the second layer we reflect upon the historical, political and social impact of the Nationaltheater in the past, present and future. With this in mind as well as the current political and social development in Germany and Europe we decided we have to make some kind of statement, in using clear font. Finally, the categorical imperative (Kant) and its analogies found in the different world religions seemed to be the right answer.
The third layer is the sound design. Obviously it is important for composing the atmosphere in the visuals. We try to envision what will happen visually. We start working in 2D and 3D.
As soon as we have a rough cut, we send it to Jarii van Gohl / Soundselektor (our sound magician). Then he works on the sound composition and sends it back to us. Then the ping-pong-game starts, by sending back and forth. This goes on until we achieve the desired result.
We also use different techniques offered by video editing software like DaVinci Resolve and others. For 3D we mostly use Cinema 4D and some known and unknown Plugins.
Often there are given topics. Thereafter we start the conversation. Talking and sketching are the main instruments here. We shout out ideas and discuss them. This process leads to new ideas, which are also discussed and the wheel begins to turn. Eventually we find a concept which we can all agree on.
Then the typing starts. We try to formulate our ideas the way an “outside” person would interpret it. Meanwhile the visualization starts. We try to squeeze in as much concept as possible within little pictures.
Finally we work on matching the text and the visuals, which is always a good test for the concept itself. If we cannot connect the written words with the images we created, we know there is a bug and we know what to do. Finally we add some artistic flavors and statements.
Then we win the call, the game begins and a new discussion starts. We love it!
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As part of our series about the Genius Loci Weimar 2019 winners, our young journalist Marta Minguell asked the creators about their creative process and how they approached the audiovisual event open call.
The ground, that otherwise would have been inaccessible or even hostile to life, became fertile. Ideas that couldn’t be previously heard can now be shared and developed.
The whole building can be perceived as a foundation stone for decades of dialogue, cultural and artistic expression, political engagement and countless untold personal stories that otherwise would have not been possible.
We reenacted that progress, but not in a historically accurate way. Instead we opted for a fantastic reinterpretation of the construction of the building. Abstract beings finding themselves back in the former swamp surrounded by ruins and rubble.
They are there to rebuild an alternative MON AMI, revealing more of the
inner nature of the place than the facade might be able to show on its
Since our story evolved around the fictitious rebuild of MON AMI, we tried not only to superimpose imagery onto the real world structure.
Instead we referenced it and played with its spatial perception to immerse a viewer even further by forcing perspectives and vanishing points.
While the composition of the different elements, their movements and lighting was done in a digital 3d environment, almost all visible surfaces were hand drawn, scanned and then integrated into the scene.
This mixture of analog and digital technology enabled intriguing animated movement, dynamic lighting and complex scene setup. But it was also providing the necessary detail, texture and imperfection that created a natural and tangible look, even at the scale of such a mapping piece.
Entire areas of the city seemed to be immersed in a dream-like state. Yet all the locations featured different atmospheres achieved in many different ways.Inspired by that we were eager to create our own approach reflecting our interests and skill sets.
For the submission we wanted to create an artwork that well portrays
our stylistic decisions as well as giving a glimpse of the narrative
structure we planned for the full animation piece.
At the same time, we were trying to figure out whether our ideas could work on a medium that we only knew from a spectator’s point of view back then.
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Vj Suave audiovisual live stories are called “Suaveciclos”. They make use of Tagtool, an app for tablet allowing drawings in real time.
These itinerant projection mappings are colorful, imaginative and highly engaging. Kids absolutely love them as they perceive immediately the drawings are made specifically for them to play with.
It’s very hard not being immediately charmed by their delicately funny audiovisual storytelling. And there is no reason to resist! Their communication with the audience is honest, inspiring and most importantly inclusive: none is left out in this projection mapping extravaganza.
The viewer is invited to find their own inner harmony with the sounds and visual elements of the forest in order to become unified with the surrounding environment. The result is an unique experience with plenty of food for thoughts to be snacked upon.
As we often advocate the meaningfulness of the artistic experience depends on the artist intent more than on the tool that is being used.
Le VidéoMapping est une expérience visuelle projetée sur des volumes, c’est une transformation d’un objet réel par le virtuel, poussé un trompe l’œil animé anamorphosé en esthétique d’illusion d’optique narrative et sensitive.
Le concept de spectacle homme-machine oriente le spectacle vivant vers une transformation temporelle augmentée en temps réel grâce à la vidéo. Le VidéoMapping permet de créer des multivers graphiques audiovisuels ou le spectateur est au cœur de l’œuvre projetée.
LeCollagiste propose des formations professionnelles sur le VidéoMapping avec les logiciels Millumin (formateur officiel) ou Resolume Arena. Elles sont organisées toute l’année en présentiel ou à distance (scénario de formation à distance avec un flux de travail audiovisuel immersif en vidéo par IP). Gestion de projet VidéoMapping, les codecs vidéo, les formats vidéo, les connectiques, la vidéo par IP mise en place des NDI Tools, le contenue génératif audioréactif seront abordés durant les sessions.
Les formations sont accessibles aux salariés d’entreprise culturelle, aux artistes auteurs (MDA, AGESSA) aux intermittents du spectacle : infographistes, techniciens et régisseurs vidéo, lumière et son, metteurs en scène, réalisateurs, monteurs, scénographes, chorégraphes, designers, architectes …
Les formations VidéoMapping sont éligibles au CPF ou AFDAS en groupe de 6 personnes max sur une période de 5 jours en continu, toute l’année.
When artists are free to work on the concept as they are on the technical implementation, they deliver a much more powerful and meaningful experience to the viewer.
Steve Gerges began to take an interest in Digital Art in 2000 when he created Visual-Delight, the first collective of VJ’s (visual-jockeys) in Luxembourg. This project allowed him to take his first steps in this innovative art form for that time.
Following a trip to Montreal to the Elektra Festival in 2012, he created his first interactive digital artwork entitled LAN 1.0 at the Carré Rotondes in 2014. Here a few projects we felt best showcased his main features as an audiovisual artist.
ONE is a generative art sculpture that develops in real time. The audiovisual totem grows and evolves while progressively revealing its organic essence to the viewer.
One tells us the story of the creation of the universe, from the big bang, to energy flows, creation of planets and humankind.Steve Gerges
We love this amazing kinetic sculpture that exploits the use of machine programming. Light is the main course of this audiovisual feast. An ethereal force that contours the surrounding space in a beautiful ephemeral moment.
This is an immersive and impressive projection mapping representing the creation of the universe, a recurring them in Steve Gerges work. The audiovisual storytelling features abstract patterns slowly turning into figurative elements.
The viewers is invited to reflect upon the strive of mankind to understand and explore the unattainable complexity of the universe.
Ars Electronica features a wide variety of activities every year: Symposia, exhibitions, performances, concerts and interventions spanning a broad arc from speculative futuristic scenarios to analytical considerations, from provocative actionism to philosophical debate.
Combining amazing artworks with fruitful conversations is the perfect recipe to create a meaningful experience that constantly scans the new media landscape to find the most inspiring projects. The projects are not simply chosen based on their technical realization but most importantly because the social and artistic innovation they incorporate.
The result of this consistent endeavour is the creation of a loyal community of audiovisual artists, researchers and visitors from all over the world that every year reunites in Linz to inspire and get inspired.
Since its inception, the festival has been dedicated to develop new themes for each edition and the organizers are also constantly on the lookout for interesting new venues.
Indeed, the ongoing effort to break out of the narrow confines of conventional conference rooms and artistic spaces, and to stage cultural and scientific encounters in the public sphere has become something of an Ars Electronica trademark.
Stay tuned: Ars Electronica 2020 theme will be released soon!
The audiovisual installation will be recorded and publicly presented online as the culmination of the residence. Later on, when audiovisual events will kick back on the projects will be actually presented in the 360° Gallery with participation of the audience.
The 360° Gallery features a mind-boggling set up with 10 projectors displaying images with 16910×1080 pixels resolution. That opens up immense creative opportunities to generate a fully immersive environment.
During the 31-day #home edition residence, between 15/09/2020 – 18/10/2020, the selected audiovisual artists (or artistic groups) are going to work in their home or studio on their own audiovisual project.
The selected artists will have remote contact with the organizational and technical team and co-residents, as well as the possibility of conducting 2 remote attempts to display the work on the projection system in the 360° Gallery in order to check the accuracy and allow for possible corrections.
The following criteria will be taken into account in the selection of the winning projects:
Abstract waves 01 #videomapping #sculpture #digitalart #lightdesign #contemporaryart #interiordesign #visualart #kineticart #multimediaart #art #lightart #digitalinstallation #videoprojection #experiment #waves #millumin2 #aftereffects #motiongraphics #insitu #installation #abstractart #geometricart #triangles #stripes #hypnotizing #artwork #fold #geometric
À demain 18h ! #mapping #citizenlights1030 #millumin #metteursenpieces #schaerbeek #starodyssey #space #color #painting #paint #visualart #visualprojection (at Église Saint-Servais)
The building was erected in 1910 and features a ottoman neoclassical design style. The purpose of the open call is to highlight the architectural patterns of the facade and the history of the building through audiovisual techniques
The 3 Finalists of the competition, who will be selected by audience and the festival curators, will each receive a prize.
The winner of the contest will receive the Grand prize of 1500€. The second and third place will receive 1000€ and 500€ respectively.