11 05 2010

Here is a video from the latest project, the exhibition what i curated in dortmund. This is the same balaton exhibition, presented first time in berlin. Now its working like a ‘travelling’ exhibition, will be presented in Balatonfüred, Cottbus, Mainz, Budapest and ….

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The Visual Berlin festival is very close, so i have a decent organization issue with the workshops.



w1 13-15: vvvv 1 (tonfilm, cyper) 
w2 13-15: coge + custom quartz composer (lumabeamerz
w1 15-17: quartz composer/1 (goto10
w2 15-17: Notendo and electronics (notendoservando and tonylight
w1 17-19: open call slot 
w2 17-19: lectures 1


w1 13-15: Processing and pattern-based image processing (Kim Asendorf
w2 13-15: content creation 1 (Devon MilesDubassy
w1 15-17: quartz composer/2 (goto10
w2 15-17: A/V performance 
w1 17-19: open call slot 2 
w2 17-19: lectures 2


w1 13-15: vvvv 2 (tonfilm, cyper) 
w2 13-15: content creation 2 (Devon MilesDubassy
w1 15-17: Modul8 and modules (SinsynPlus
w2 15-17: VDMX projectwise (fREDlucy
w1 17-19: open call slot 3 
w2 17-19: lectures 3

and some screenshots from the pxn_generator package:

The big Balaton project

1 11 2009

Its time to present this project,in  a bit detailed way. Here is a brief intro:

Picture 49

So my main task was to make the multimedia and the installation part of the exhibition with the two head artists, Peter Forgacs and Gusztav Hamos. It was a great experience to follow, and create this whole exhibition structure from the early ideas, to the end.


I was more than happy, to use a bit programming (QC), and some advanced technology, like mapping.


For the vernissage, we prepared a special A/V show, what i mentioned before, with Thea Soti and with her jazz band. These songs are all related with the lake balaton, lets say a dose of retro, but remade in a smooth jazzy style.





So the exhibition is open until 15th of january, in the Collegium Hungaricum Berlin.

(Dorotheenstr. 12., Mitte)