[PD] A10Lab - 5 Day Pure Data Workshop - 1 week left!
Jose Luis Santorcuato
santorcuato76 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 15 18:01:26 CEST 2010
2010/6/15 Ryan Jordan <ryan-jordan at hotmail.co.uk>
> please forward to interested people(s)>>
> A10Lab presents a 5 Day Pure Data Workshop lead by Luca Carrubba and Oscar
> !!!CRAZY GENERATIVE A/V MACHINES!!!
> Monday 21st - Friday 25th June, with a live performance on Saturday 26th
> The aim of this workshop is to learn simple programming strategies for the
> creation of audio/video software tools for live performances. Generative or
> interactive pieces of software that let artists create and control video
> streams and audio processing in real time.
> During the workshop we will use puredata, a free (as a bird and as a beer)
> graphical programming language particularly focused on the processing of
> audio and video data in real time. Puredata is a tool for artists who want
> to experiment with a different creation pattern, with a freedom to build
> from scratch their own instruments. You don’t need to be a programmer to
> begin to build your tool. In 5 the days long workshop you will learn the
> basics of the language, how to manipulate or create a video and how to play
> with audio. At the end of the workshop all the participants will take part
> in a performance event open to the public.
> From Monday 21st June to Friday 25th June 2010. 3 hours a day. 7pm - 10pm.
> Saturday 26th June --- Live evening performance event with invited
> performers and all participants from the workshop!!!
> Book now!
> Participation is £100 and limited to 20 people.
> Book online here > http://www.eventbrite.com/event/695932553/
> For more information contact:
> info at a10lab.com
> Workshop leaders:
> Luca Carrubba
> Graduated summa cum laude in Sociology of Communication, Luca Carrubba has
> worked for 5 years under the new media field as artist and independent
> researcher. Formed between institutional and underground medialabs in
> Barcelona and Madrid, he focus its production on the interaction between
> audio and video, always share the practices and codes. Based its action on
> certain keywords like DIY (do it yourself), knowledge sharing,
> accessibility, recycling and social movements. Also participated in many
> workshops to spread free software/technology/culture among Italy, Spain,
> England, Germany, France, Argentina, Brazil, Palestine and China. He is now
> professor of new technologies for art in Libera Accademia delle Belle Arti,
> Brescia, Italy.
> His works can be found at:
> Oscar Martin
> Oscar Martín holds a Fine Arts degree from the Universidad Politecnica of
> Valencia, specializing in Sculpture and Audiovisual Media. That is where he
> came into contact with sound art through Leopoldo Amigo y Bartolomé
> Ferrando. A sound explorer, he bases his work on the deconstruction of field
> recordings and the creative use of technology errors. Luthier-digital with a
> “pure data” environment, which he uses to develop his own experimental tools
> for processing and real time algorithmic-generative composition. He can be
> placed somewhere between Computer Music, the Aesthetics of Error, and
> generative Noise.
> He seeks the creation of virtual sound universes, imaginary soundscapes
> that encourage active listening and a different sensibility toward the
> perception of sound phenomena. He works under the open source paradigm. All
> his work is published under Creative Commons licence, by different recording
> labels and netlabels (dronerecords, tecnoNucleo, costellam, etc.) .
> more info: http://noconventions.mobi/noish/
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