29 Jun 2013 until
30 Jun 2013
at Agora, Berlin Neukölln
Starts 12:00 h
Finishes 16:00 h
Tickets: €78,00 - €134,01
Projection mapping gives the artist the possibility to create illusions of deconstruction and redefinition of physical shapes, right in front of your eyes. It is a technical process, wrapping projected virtual content around a real world object, much like a second skin of light. It is a great way to create amazement and never fails to astonish. The workshop will be a comprehensive introduction to the tools and methods to create these illusions, as well as an approach to ideas and concepts for such projects, based on an example created collectively during the classes.
The workshop intends to give the participants an overview of the different possibilities to create a 3D – live installation through the technique called “projection mapping”. It will cover various options of how to create content (both pre-produced and in realtime) and how to apply it on an object using various mapping methods. Furthermore the students will get a comprehensive insight on what kind of content works best, based on the nature of the individual, illuminated objects.
The workshop will be repeated on three weekends during the year.
|Every participant should bring a Laptop (Mac OSX). Knowledge of software for the creation of visual content (like adobe after effects, final cut, photoshop, illustrator, …) and/or basic programming skills are an advantage, but not a requirement.|
|Valentina BONEVA is a co-founder of Studio MEGAH3RTZ. The Collective MEGAH3RTZ was founded in 2011 based on the desire to generate augmented Spaces through illumination and sound. Their projects cover a spectrum from live visuals, over interactive installations to architectural projection mappings, while the central character in their creations, is light as a material and as inspiration. Both founders, Valentina Boneva and Steffen Müller studied at the Folkwang University of the arts in Essen (Germany).
Credits photo: Claudius Lazeronni
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