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Real Time Visuals 3

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Guy Sherwin at Tyneside Cinema, October 2013.

Photo Credit: Colin Davison.

Real-time Visuals Workshop 3: Visual Effects Remixed

Symposium 10am - 4pm

FEATURING presentations from  GUY SHERWIN (UK), LUCY PAWLAK (UK/ POLAND), ALAN KWAN (HONG KONG), SIMON KATAN (UK) and LEON MCCARTHY (IRELAND)

Live Performances 6pm - 8pm

In association with our Real Time Visuals Symposium, we will be hosting a unique event of LIVE performances for cinema featuring LEON MCCARTHY, LUCY PAWLAK and special guest artist, GUY SHERWIN.

We are very happy to announce the third Real-Time Visuals AHRC Research Network FREE workshop and performance evening. Traditionally the moving image has been primarily experienced as a “playback” medium within the context of both the cinema and the gallery space. This is a situation in which material is fixed in time and is played from beginning to end. Recently a number of artists and filmmakers have moved away from structural narrative and into the realm of ‘live cinema’, remixing their films for audiences as a performative experience.  The third in our yearlong series of workshops focuses upon this changing landscape. The daytime workshop programme will offer a number of innovative approaches to the idea of live performance and visual remix, investigating collective narrative, the projected image and interactivity. We will be examining new tools such as game engines, live streaming technologies and software toolkits whilst discussing their historical precedents and current place in the arts. This will be followed by an evening of live audio visual performance with participatory elements.

This event has been organised by Pixel Palace in collaboration with Steve Gibson (Northumbria University) and Atau Tanaka (Goldsmiths University of London).

For more information, including a schedule for the symposium, visit the Real Time Visuals website here!

Tickets are FREE, but booking via Eventbrite is required.

 

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