11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Technical skills development
INSTRUCTOR: Peter Rahul
March 31, 2018
11:00am – 4:00pm
Non-member $120 / TAIS Member $70 / Subsidized $40
Projection mapping is a technique used to create illusionary effects capable of reconstructing the physical world through light. This workshop is designed for animators and video artists working on immersive light-based installations and dynamic video displays. Beginner knowledge of video software and using projectors is an asset but not required.
An introduction to Modul8 & Madmapper will enable participants to use videos and images to activate 3D surfaces. During this 5-hour workshop, participants will have a chance to work hands-on with projectors and props to experiment with animation and distortion FX. This workshop will also cover typical projector troubleshooting such as projector types, set-up, and installing for gallery spaces.
IMPORTANT: Participants need to bring their own computer (Windows, OSX). TAIS will have a limited number of computers available for participants, available first-come first-serve. For participants bringing their own machines, please check hardware requirements and (if your computer meets these requirements) and before coming to the workshop download and install the following software:
Peter Rahul is a Toronto-based artist who uses specializes in hardware-based animation and effects. Rahul mixes geometric patterns and generative FX to create hypnotizing visuals for performance artists and musicians. His art practice has taken the form of stage design, animation, sculptural installations & VHS mixtapes. By exploring the limits of vintage video technologies, Rahul hopes to merge retro aesthetics with a contemporary perspective on light-based experiences. Rahul’s video work has been exhibited internationally in New York, Bordeaux, Milan & Seoul.