ryNTH, Cronosfera Festival, Turin
In May 2010 i was invited to perform at Cronosfera Festival, taking place at the club venue, Hiroshima Mon Amour, in Turin. The second edition of this international media arts festival specifically concentrated on video art and live media with a special attention to synchronised audio-visual performances. The first day of the festival comprised of a 3 hour long film screen of submitted animations, generative compositions, abstract and non-representational films works.
The following two nights were devoted to a variety of live performances and audiovisuological investigations. Correctly identifying need for as a large screen to vision ratio, the organisers facilitated a 3-screen Matrox Triplehead set-up. Luisa & Francesca Mizzo and Emilio Corti, together managed to curate a dense and exciting program with more than a few exceptional surprises along the way.
Documentation (Flickr set) of the Festival can be found HERE
Baltan Labs Session, Eindhoven
‘BALTAN Laboratories initiates, supports and disseminates innovative research and development activities in the field of art, technology and culture. Located in Eindhoven, it is a first step towards a broader Art Science Lab in the former NatLab (Philips physics laboratory). BALTAN Laboratories actively pursues new collaborations between disciplines and acts as point of intersection for artists working with technology in Eindhoven and beyond.’
In May 2010 Angela Pohlman, Director of Baltan Labs, together with its consultant artist group, Telcosystems, invited me to give a talk about my own work, my blog Dataisnature and generative art/design in relation to architecture, space and spatiality.
A Flickr set of the session together with some interesting architecture found in Eindhoven can be found HERE