Artist’s Guide to Useful Technology in Berlin
To introduce Transart Students to the Harvestworks Certificate Program, Dafna Naphtali & Hans Tammen will present Harvestworks’ “Artist’s Guide to Useful Technology in Berlin, an ongoing project of workshops, performances, symposia, consultations, tutorials and problem-solving forums presented at art and music centers to demonstrate Interactive Art. TRANSART INSTITUTE in partnership with Harvestworks is offering up to one semester of advanced standing to you if you completed the Harvestworks Certificate Program and wish to embark on their MFA in Fine Art and New Media.
Artist’s Guide to Useful Technology
July 24, 18:00, Tanzfabrik, Berlin
As art becomes more dependent on technology, a thorough understanding of both the possibilities and implementations becomes increasingly important for artists in all fields to realize their vision. This presentation will be of interest for artists who wish to make extensive use of technology in their projects, e.g. immersive environments, augmented reality, sensors, audio, video, Max/MSP/Jitter, etc. Hans Tammen and Dafna Naphtali of Harvestwork’s presentation will include Max/MSP/Jitter, a program that provides real-time video, 3-D, and matrix processing capability for live interactive performances and installations. Topics covered will include: project case studies, technical approach and project management; live sound processing & V-J software instruments, with in-depth discussion of artistic implications.