Here comes out last colloquium in this semester with visual artist Max Neupert to talk from micro-editing to real-time visual sampling. The talk is being held in M6094 Future Cinema Studio on 20 Apr 2016 (Wednesday) at 5:00pm.
Date: 2016-04-20 (Wednesday)
Venue: M6094 Future Cinema Studio, 6/F, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre, 18 Tat Hong Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Title: The Fractured Timeline – From micro-editing to real-time visual sampling
Let’s look at the moving image from the perspective of sampled sound. A new kind of visual language has emerged through micro-editing and visual sampling. This language is an autonomous form that we can observe in different media and genres: From experimental filmmaking to YouTube phenomena, from video-art to music clips. What’s the nature of this aesthetic? What happens when video becomes a medium of spontaneous expression through interactivity?
About the artist:
Max Neupert is a visual artist, working at the intersections of auditive and visual media, perspective and view, mapping and censorship. His works have been acquired by the collections of the German Ministry for Environment, the International Airport Montreal and the Museum of Civilisation Quebec. From 2008 to 2013 he was teaching at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. His investigation in “Satellite Astrology” has been presented at the ISEA 2010 and was exhibited in Sydney and Madrid. In 2011 he initiated and hosted the 4th international Pure Data convention in Weimar, a week long venue with conference, exhibition, workshops and concerts which attracted 140 people from 26 countries. He designed the Interactive Performance Platform in the Digital Bauhaus Lab and taught a telematic class between Bauhaus-Universität and UCSD. Max currently is a PhD candidate at the Bauhaus-Universität and researches on video imagery as sampling material in a musical context. Since 2013 he is professor at the Yeungnam University in Korea.
To find out more about Max Neupert, you can check out his page here.