Date(s) - 28/01/2020
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Researching and practising techniques for the production of audiovisual projects.
Link to the event https://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=13150
(This workshop is only available to Digital Arts Computing students)
During the video mapping workshop led by Dr. Blanca Regina, we introduce and practice projection mapping looking at the history of image projection, its language, techniques and its application in performances, installations and events. We will research and practise the techniques for the production of audiovisual projects in architectural spaces and objects alongside its application in artistic and creative practice. We will look into the projected image not only as a technic but also as language and artform.
The session will finish with the presentation of works developed during the workshop.
This workshop is supported by Madmapper
Blanca Regina is an artist, tutor and curator based in London who is currently involved in creating audiovisual performances, sound works, multimedia installations, photography and book arts. She has been leading audiovisual performance art and projection mapping workshops plus curated events internationally. ‘Expanded and Ephemera Audiovisual’ was her first solo exhibition presented in México, 2015. She is exploring the interplay of image, sound and space, digital and analogue media connecting elements of language, identity and archive.
She has performed and created a number of films including artists, David Toop, Leafcutter John, Steve Beresford, Sharon Gal, Mandhira de Saram, Adriana Camacho and Matthias Kispert. Her work has been supported by Arts Council England, Sound & Music, BMC, Amexcid, Photo-España and Garage Cube. She is currently a lecturer at the Immersive Space Design Module at MA Event & Experience Design at the University of Kent