audiovisuals of fossilized history

Session #74, May 10th, 2018: Amberscope / – The Amberscope team will present the story of the project and unveil the secret of the amber beamer. Hopefully it will become an open disscussion where visual artist Linas Kutavičius and musician/composer Paulius Kilbauskas will disscuss their practices in a wider sense.

Visual artist Linas Kutavičius known for his light instalations shaping the public spaces of the venues and festivals in Lithuania for the last fifteen years. Big size geometric and sculptural light instalations became trademark of him. Last couple of years Linas Kutavičius started experiments with the focused lightbeam projecting the natural Baltic amber by his original design devices. In collaboration with Paulius Kilbauskas it became an Amberscope project. Musician and composer Paulius Kilbauskas known in the independent, experimental music scene of Lithuania since late nineties, made a long way in electronic music by connecting instrumental sound with the the digital and analog extensions. Lately known for his works in film industry by making soundtracks for movies and documentaries. His organic synthesized sound becomes the storyteller of the Amberscope.

M. Kardinal & Monocube


Session #74, May 10th, 2018: M. Kardinal & Monocube / – APPARITIONS: III. Substratum, the audiovisual performance of M. Kardinal & Monocube is the third part of APPARITIONS series to reflect and embody elusive happenings beyond human’s perception using analog technique. In their talk, M. Kardinal and Monocube will talk about their collaboration and work process.

M. Kardinal is a visual artist based in Berlin (DE). Her work has been internationally exhibited, screened, performed live and discussed since 2004 across Europe, North America and New Zealand. She has collaborated with various musicians and artists from Galicia (Spain), Germany, Italy, Ukraine, Canada and the United States. Monocube is a Ukrainian dark ambient act, being active since 2008. He participated “Drone Mind“ LP compilation series on Drone Records (DE) and released the full length album on Malignant Records (US). Since 2017 Monocube collaborated with M. Kardinal and various international artists from Germany, Sweden, Finland and Norway. Currently a new album is being prepared for the release on Malignant Records and Cyclic Law.

Susi Sie

Between Art and Science

Session #61, December 8th, 2016: Susi Sie / – Introduction, background, how I came to the idea of filming liquids and particles, why working strictly analog, showreel, photos of working process, studio, private projects, client projects.

SUSI SIE (1982) is a Berlin-based artist whose work moves between the fields of art and science. She is on a mission to explore the physical and mathematical nature of unusual forms, substances and materials
to show the hidden beauty and magic of our natural world that constantly surrounds us. Strictly applying analog techniques and refusing any computer animations or effects, Susi Sie’s haptic and detailed work is above all a highly personal study of the genuineness, perception and authenticity of things. Susi Sie’s work has been featured by internationally renowned online platforms such as Fubiz, Gizmodo, The Creators Project, This Is Colossal, Motionographer and Arte Creative, has been exhibited around the globe (New York, London, Paris, Rome, Sao Paulo, Norway) and won several Vimeo Staff Picks and awards at international film festivals. She studied video art in Maastricht (2002-2006) and worked in a Cologne-based post production agency (2006-2011). Since 2011 she works as a freelance director, DoP and editor. She does what she loves. And loves what she does.


Personal views on objective data

Session #61, December 8th, 2016: Quadrature / – Quadrature will speak about their current works and projects, possible cooperations between art and science from an artist perspective, artistic practice in relation to data as material.

Quadrature is a collective for arts, light and robotics. The emphasis of our work is on the intersection of the physical and digital worlds and of art and science. The three members Jan Bernstein, Juliane Götz and Sebastian Neitsch met 10 years ago at the Kunsthochschule Burg Giebichenstein in Halle/Saale, Germany. Six years ago the first collaboration resulted in the wish to join forces and formulate a common artistic practice. Since 2012 all three members of Quadrature finally live and work in Berlin. They all share a love of machines and outer space.

Doron Sadja

Mapping the Perceptual Landscape

Session #61, December 8th, 2016: Doron Sadja / – In 'Mapping the Perceptual Landscape', Doron Sadja will give an overview of his practice followed by a discussion of auditory and visual phenomena, approaches to site specific performance, and the importance of losing control of your electronic instruments.

Doron Sadja is an American artist, composer, and curator whose work explores modes of perception and the experience of sound, light, and space. Often working with multi-channel spatialized sound, smoke machines, and high intensity lights, Sadja combines pristine electronics with lush romantic synthesizers, dense noise, and immersive light projections to create hyper-emotive sonic architecture. Although each of Sadja’s works are striking in their singular and focused approach, his output is diverse: spanning everything from 25 speaker sound works to stroboscopic smoke and light shows, 360 degree projection pieces, and custom built motorized speaker systems that can precisely track sound around a room. Sadja founded Shinkoyo Records and the West Nile performance space in Brooklyn (RIP), and currently runs the Sound Portraits lecture/listening series in Berlin. Sadja studied Technology in Music and Related Arts at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and received his MFA in Sound Art from Bard College where he studied with Maryanne Amacher, Marina Rosenfeld, and David Behrman.


How paintings obtain another dimension.

Session #59, October 13th, 2016: Gajek / – Overview of past and current projects in painting involving 3D technique, creation process, how the utilized 3D anaglyph technique works, previous works in performance, silkprint, installation and painting.

Agnieszka Gajewska aka Gajek, born in Chorzów, Poland in 1982. Lived in Brussels, Belgium, 2010-2015. Lives in Mannheim, Germany since 2016. Graduated from Fine Arts Academy in Gdańsk, Painting and Serigraphy in 2008. Studied Painting at the Marmara University in 2007/2008.Gajek applies different 'optical' techniques, that has not been used so far in painting. She adapts them as a tool to highlight the message hidden in the work. This gives an extra aesthetic and emotional experience. Her works do not allow viewer to pass without getting a bit closer and contemplate a while. The main subject is people and emotions, often embodied by animals. Winner of the 'Minister of Culture and National Heritage Prize' (best master diploma in Painting in Poland), 2008. Award nominee for 'Creators of Culture in Gdańsk 2009' and 'Storm of the Year 2009'. Polish representative at the 'XIV Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean' (BJCEM) in Skopje, Macedonia, 2009 and at the Biennale 'XIII BJCEM' in Bari, Italy, 2008. Received many cultural scholarships and grants in Poland. Numerous national and international exhibitions.

Martìn Romeo

Ephemera - immaterial work

Session #59, October 13th, 2016: Martìn Romeo / – The artist will show his latest work Ephemera - interactive olfactory installation, which consists in distill the real world in data that take on new olfative return. The audiences will be invited to follow the next Interactive Art workshop to be held on October 16 at Artistic Workshop Series.

Martín Romeo is an Italian-Argentine multimedia artist-based in Venice, whose research is directed to interactive art ranging from video installations and dance performances. Artistic director and founder of the Toolkit Festival of Venice, he presented his work in various European and international contexts. He teaches new artistic forms connected to interactive technology, among others, in Belgium, China, Italy and Netherlands.

Kiritan Flux

Performing in Physical and Mental Space

Session #59, October 13th, 2016: Kiritan Flux / – Throughout my work in the field of improvised live video art ('VJing') one special focus has always been the 'set and setting' of the performance. Who am I besides the operator of my instruments? In which local and cultural context do I present my art right now? I deliberately use such questions as prime inspiration for conceptual live performances unique to the place of their presentation and my subjective reception of that place. 'Place' in a spatial and also geographical sense. In my talk I will present a selection of my past and current work related to this concept.

Kiritan Flux works as a live visual artist and expanded-media producer since 2004. His artistic work ranges from VJ shows at prominent techno events such as TimeWarp (DE), or Sonus Festival (HR) to more conceptual live-cinema performances tailored to their unique local context. In addition to artistic works, he co-curates the monthly artist talk event Scope Sessions in Berlin.

Lauren Moffatt

Session #56, June 11, 2016: Lauren Moffatt / – Lauren Moffatt will speak about her experiences producing virtual reality in an art context, including the struggle to develop a visual language for the medium, the awkward meeting of the gaming and film industries, and the stampede to develop content and services in time for the projected boom. Lauren Moffatt is an Australian artist currently living in Berlin and working between video, performance and immersive technologies. She is interested in how the dimension of depth in digital moving image can be used as a storytelling device. Her works, often presented in multiple forms, explore contemporary subjectivity and connected bodies as well as the limits between virtual and physical worlds. Over a number of years she has developed a body of work pivoting on stereoscopic photography and video and informed by the history of cinema and broadcast technologies. Her works have been screened and exhibited most recently at Centrale for Contemporary Art in Brussels, New Frontier at the Sundance Film Festival, Les Champs Libres in Rennes and at the ZKM in Karlsruhe.


Session #56, June 11, 2016: Onionlab / – Onionlab talks about their experience with architecture mappings and how to plan and realize mappings from the idea to the projection itself. Onionlab is a Barcelona-based multidisciplinary studio that creates interactive products and experiences, motion design movies and audiovisual shows. Their works are based on the aesthetic attention to detail and the technical innovation, making use of the power of scripting and the seduction of music and sound design. Jordi Pont is Onionlab’s creative director and has been vjing since 2002 with artistic collectives Lectrovision and Telenoika and also as a resident on Razzmatazz clubs for more than 10 years.

Marija Bozinovska Jones

MBJ Wetware

Session #56, June 11, 2016: Marija Bozinovska Jones / – Marija Bozinovska Jones will elaborate her practice under the pseudonym MBJ Wetware and her approach of live performance as constructing virtual environments extending beyond spatial and audiovisual. She will be covering the conception of GAD Technologies, work commissioned for Club Transmediale 2016 and premiered at Berghain as a collaboration with J G Biberkopf. MBJ will be also presenting her recent work employing voice controlled lasers. Marija Bozinovska Jones’ work revolves around identity formation in an era of technocapitalist amplification and perpetual online presence. She explores socio-political implications of planetary scale computation, seeking out apophenic patterns with an array of elements ranging from subcultural formations to totalitarian architecture. Jones explores society’s anthropological adaptations intertwined in the framework of networked capitalism, its coping mechanism of coming to terms with challenged ontological axioms of cognition, affection and memory. Under the alias MBJ Wetware, Jones develops immersive live performances simulating heterotopian landscapes.

Carla Chan

Black Moves

Session #56, June 11, 2016: Carla Chan / – Carla Chan introduces us to her aesthetics and the techniques used to create her amorphous, immersive full-dome video 'Black moves'. She will discuss her research into manipulating erratic nature forms in digital and E/M/D/L projects, focusing on different approaches and creation methods in immersive artistic production. Black moves will be presented as a full dome installation at this years festival in the MIRA dome. Carla Chan is media artist based in Berlin and Hong Kong. She works with a variety of media, such as video, installation, photography and interactive media. Minimal in style and form, Chan’s works often toy with the blurred boundaries between reality and illusion, figure and abstraction. Her screening Black Moves is selected for showcase at 21st Incubator for Film and Visual media in Asia as a finalist and 22nd International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) in Hong Kong. Black Moves is an immersive video, a spatial drama and a virtual landscape that simulates the forming and de-forming of an amorphous black mass. Black Moves springs from a long obsession and fascination with natural transformations, particularly formless shapes and their movement.

Patrick K.-H., Andreas Karaoulanis

'Alice Wonderland meets Monty Python' - (un)imation of Patrick K.-H.

Session #55, May 12th, 2016: Patrick K.-H., Andreas Karaoulanis / – (un)imation, unmusic, (un)struments

Patrick K.-H. (Anton Iakhontov, b. 1980) sound artist / video artist / composer, for the time works with sound installations, live and written acousmatic, graphical collage and animation. Researches interactive / cross-disciplinary forms, permutating the media, aiming on achieving unexpected mutants. Member of Theremin Center for Electroacoustic Music at Moscow Conservatory and Institut für Medienarchäologie (Austria). Author of music / video to drama / contemporary dance / post-dramatic theater plays and performances as well as his own works in Russia, Austria and Germany. Art-director of Media Studio in Alexandrinsky Theater, St. Petersburg. Founder and co-curator of the Floating Sound Gallery for spatial sound (St.Petersburg). Currently lives and works in Vienna / St.Petersburg.

Thomas Heidtmann, Soma Holiday & Jemma Woolmore // Lacuna Lab


Session #55, May 12th, 2016: Thomas Heidtmann, Soma Holiday & Jemma Woolmore // Lacuna Lab / – Creation of Tycho, brief history of the artists, story and first exhibition of Lacuna Lab

Thomas Heidtmann studied Fine Arts with an emphasis on painting. After this time, he devoted himself more to the creation of interactive installations and the research of participative art approaches at the intersection of arts, science, music, and technology. Soma Holiday is a creative technologist interested in interactive sculptures that foster spontaneous human connection. He has a background in computer science and a predilection for geometry, laser cutters, and LEDs. Jemma Woolmore's work spans AV performance, bespoke visual production and video installation. Her carefully crafted performances create spatial and textural landscapes, merging digital 3D design with hand-made sculptural objects to blur the boundaries between real and virtual. Lacuna Lab is a collaborative co-creation space in Berlin Kreuzberg. We mix logic and beauty to create interactive works, driven by imagination, playfulness, and experimentation. We love partnering with others on projects and collaborations, and sharing what they learn through public exhibitions, classes, and workshops.

Pierce Warnecke

Audio-visual works

Session #39, Januar 8th, 2015: Pierce Warnecke / – My work stems from interest in the effects of time on matter: modification, deterioration and disappearance. Whether the focus is on digital forms or rough materials, large scales of time or microscopic details, the goal of my work is to re-adapt existing objects and materials into parallel contexts where their signified meanings, symbols and cultural connections have become residual ghosts. I like to imagine false paradigms, inexistent branches of research and fictional sciences in order to create unrealistic questionings as a basis for a new work. Form emerges through a process of collecting, filtering and combining phenomena (objects, data, sounds, images) that is linked to the conjecture. There are explorations and structures in this 'research' but no conclusions, except the ones you make.

Pierce Warnecke is a sound and video artist from California, currently residing in Berlin after living in France for 10 years. He graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2007 and in 2013 completed his Meisterschüler studies at Universität der Kunst Berlin (Kunst und Medien). In addition to artistic works, he co-curates Emitter Micro Festival and label with Kris Limbach. He has presented his works at KW Institut (Berlin), LEAP (Berlin), FEED (Berlin), Harvestworks (NY), Luggage Store Gallery (SF), Berklee (Boston), CalArts (LA) as well as festivals like Zero1 Biennale, Transmediale, Bozart/BEAF (Brussels), MadeiraDig (PT), LAB30 (DE), Jazz à Vienne, Jazz d'Or, Boston Cyberarts, Visionsonic (FR), Pixelache (FR), Vidéoformes (FR), SXSW Interactive (US) and more. He has released music on Khalija, Staaltape, Gaffer and Attenuation Circuit, and Gruenrekorder.

Tebjan Halm & Elias Holzer

50, that next big thing

Session #39, Januar 8th, 2015: Tebjan Halm & Elias Holzer / – In the past few years we’ve been eagerly working on a complete rewrite of vvvv which lead to a new visual programming language in combination with a development and runtime environment. In this talk we’ll give you a short introduction into the key features of this new language we’re internally calling “50″.

We're two developers of vvvv, a live-programming environment commonly used to implement large scale media projects and digital art. It’s been around for more than a decade used and cultivated by a strong international community.


Transforma: 2001 bis 2014

Session #38, December 11th, 2014: Transforma / – A chronological presentation of selected works from the world of transforma.

Transforma is an artist group with a focus on video, performance, installations and music/video works. Transforma collaborates with other artists and musicians to create pieces, that blur borders of established genres in live performance, art & music. Transforma's work has been performed live and shown at festivals around the world. Transforma are Luke Bennett, Baris Hasselbach and Simon Krahl.

Marcel Schwittlick

Current Status

Session #38, December 11th, 2014: Marcel Schwittlick / – It's just me showing my work.

Marcel Schwittlick is a German generative artist living and working in Berlin. With his work he is examining different notions of reality especially those who result of recent tendencies of digital culture. His work has a philosophical foundation that often evolved into tangible images, videos or installations. He is working with digital technology as his main tool. As most of his work is necessary to be realized in the context of generative, real-time software systems, he is usually creating computer programs which are instructed to carry out his thoughts and ideas.

Marcellina Wellmer


Session #38, December 11th, 2014: Marcellina Wellmer / – Generative factor in a visual message, connected with electronic devices, used in a set of variable objects. Hybrid of media and cultural&philospohical garbology. Reverse engineering.

I am operating at the edge of video, installation and painting. My works are dealing with the relation of humans and technology and with the interference of information and media, crossing the border from analog to digital and vice versa. Pieces are controlled and displayed through self written software that works with random seeds. Part of my creation is to play with the edges of media, to amplify their very own characteristics.

So Kanno

Signal, noise and machine

Session #36, October 9th, 2014: So Kanno / – Such as drawing machines which is not perfectly controlled by numbers, 3D printed sculpture and garment which uses errors and imperfectness of system intentionally. Predicting the future but not forgetting critical point of view for technology.

Using technology and focusing on some specific matters of technology like relation between signal and noise, error and glitch. Making things that KANNO want to see and observe. Such as drawing machines which is not perfectly controlled by numbers, 3D printed sculpture and garment which uses errors and imperfectness of system intentionally. Predicting the future but not forgetting critical point of view for technology.

Derek Holzer

Probing the Past: A Media Archaeology of Handmade Electronic Sound

Session #35, September 11th, 2014: Derek Holzer / – The utopias of electronic sound have hardly changed in its hundred-year history. We still want to imitate existing instruments, create sounds which have never been heard before and realize complex compositions without the need of an orchestra. It is only the tools which have become more complex. But there are dystopias as well, which come especially from using tools designed around other people’s way of creating sound, rather than your own. Instrument builder, teacher and performer Derek Holzer of will discuss the inspiration of some of the pioneers of 20th Century electronic sound as springboards to some of his own creations, which the audience will have a chance to explore following the talk.

Derek Holzer (1972) is an American instrument builder and sound artist based in Berlin DE, whose current interests include DIY analog electronics, the relationship between sound + space, media archaeology and the meeting points of electroacoustic, noise, improv and extreme music. He has performed live, taught workshops and created scores of unique instruments and installations since 2002 across Europe, North and South America, and New Zealand.

Imanol Gomez

Science Inspires Art

Session #35, September 11th, 2014: Imanol Gomez / – The talk will focus on how art and science are moving towards one another. It should not be forgotten that both have always been characterised by creative and imaginative processes. Many artist have found their inspiration by the physical and natural world through observation and experiment. Today, new media artist are working on novel ways of scientific communication, searching for the aesthetics on research data and experimenting with new scientific tools. Anyway, who doesn’t take a look at the universe, with its sublime and redemptive quality? It makes us all feel small but peaceful.

Imanol Gomez has worked on a broad range of media art projects for artists, museums and companies. He continues to find forward thinking creative solutions using cutting-edge creative technology. He was born in London and grew up in Madrid. Fascinated by science he completed an MSC in Telecommunication Engineering. He later undertook a Sound and Music Computing research program at the MTG in Barcelona. After several years of research experience Imanol moved to Ars Electronica to work as a creative engineer. In 2014, he set himself up as a freelance creative technologist in Berlin. He continues to pursue his passion for science, art, technology and his enthusiasm for redefining interactive storytelling. He now divides his time between personal projects, collaborations, research and freelancing.

Juan Carlos Duarte Regino

Audiovisual Interactions and ludic design for ludic interfaces

Session #35, September 11th, 2014: Juan Carlos Duarte Regino / – The talk will review some own project and other state of art related examples around the interactive aspect of live visuals. The use of open source technologies expertise and knowledge share has enhanced the scene of creators and artists looking to use alternative tools for creation of locative and or gesture based media.

With a background in Audiovisual Media studies, Juan Duarte is based Helsinki Finland, since 2011 carries out studies in New Media, in the field of interaction design for media installations, and interfaces in live performance.His work aims to explore creative coding for sound and visuals, analog electronics, techno ecologies and media archeology.


From a visual journey into another dimension.

Session #34, July 10th, 2014: Quadrature / – After introducing themselves and their work, they will focus on the problems for media artists to be part of the traditional gallery-marked in the art business. Even so a lot of Art projects, which use modern technology and try to bring it into a different not consumer-based context, are quite successful, a lot of them are being displayed only in festivals or as digital copies in the internet, rather then being shown in privat galleries. This implements that the creators make a living either from grants, teaching, very small fees or they finance their free art work with client-based commissions. The reasons for this are manifold. A lot of projects are technical experiments on a larger scale, which can hardly be sold as an peace of art that the client could simply place or even hang in his home. Another reason is the fact that a lot of Media Artists rather work on a very conceptual level, creating work that is either only excisting in digital form,very much created for certain spaces or react to certain appearings of modern society. So whenever you would take this projects out of their context they would not make any sense at all.

Quadrature is a group of three former designers who combine their very specific personal skills to create complex systems for highly technolgical installations. Jan Bernstein concentrates on the creative implementation of physical and functional aspects into Quadrature’s work. His substantial practical expertise fertilizes his artistic research in materials and fine mechanics. Influenced by his specialty, Jan’s creative approach is concentrated and structured, keeping every detail in mind in order to formulate the ideal aesthetic and conceptional expression. Sebastian Neitsch rather employs experimental and assiociative methods in order to achieve innovative and intuitiv systems and thoughts for Quadrature’s conceptual and artistic vision.While his focus is on the digital world – including everything concerning code, electronics and new technologies – he considers teamwork and communication as the perfect source to generate creative output and solutions. Juliane Götz: is the latest member of Quadrature and fills the missing link between hardware based pragmatism and digital utopics in Quadrature’s projects. Her design and handcraft skills as fashion designer are combined with the abiltiy to quickly understand and implement new dynamic workflows and structures into the group. They all share a love for machines and outer space.

Miller Puckette

How to have fun with a six channel guitar pckup

Session #34, July 10th, 2014: Miller Puckette / – Puckette demonstrates what happens when you put individual pickup coils on each string of your guitar, opening up a wide range of sonic possibilities beyond what you can get out of an ordinary pickup. Techniques like filtering and distortion can be applied to the signals before they're mixed. This makes it possible to get results that are both rich sounding and precisely controllable. The software to do this is open source, free to download.

Miller Puckette is best known as the author of the Max/MSP and Pure Data software environments, which are widely used in electronic music and the electronic arts. He usually teaches music at the University of California, San Diego, but is now a guest professor at TU Berlin. He performs with the Convolution Brothers and in a duo with the singer Juliana Snapper.


From a visual journey into another dimension.

Session #34, July 10th, 2014: 3ez / – Probably known mostly about his former old project called Jonnyzeb as surf movie producer, Bruno Bez has released a series of experimental board sports movies with a good dose of imagination and a ludic taste from Brazil around the world. Traveling, filming and producing in extreme places, Bez have being learning with his perspective inside of this creative universe doing visuals in your own way to express yourself.

Born in the beautiful island Florianopolis, south of Brazil, visualist Bruno Bez began his career through new media creations around boardsports since 15 years old. His first films and productions focused on enhancing the appeal over environment, boardsports and artistic themes. Since then he is diving deeper into handling audiovisual techniques as Vj and Filmaker with an accurate optic sense in order to introduce an immersive thematic presented by an hybrid reality and multiple means. The direction and concepts depend strongly of the place and time, in each one of this corners, everything looks dramatically different surfing between glitches, fractal formulas and open source tools and several collab with others authentic artists.


Make love not art

Session #32, May 8th, 2014: Lichtpiraten / – die LiCHTPiRATEN zeigen uns, dass nichts aussehen muss wie es gerade scheint langsam begreifen wir, dass wir in einer kuenstlichen welt leben, die aussieht wie sie aussehen soll. die oberflaeche der dinge die uns bestimmen sind erdacht, gestaltet und in unseren alltag geschmuggelt. die LiCHTPiRATEN kapern das antlitz von etwas, uebernehmen darueber kontrolle, zeichnen um, deuten an. Schicht fuer schicht verschmelzen die ebenen der wahrnehmeung und hinterlassen ein vibrieren in der seele, dass daran erinnert: es ist leicht frei zu sein.

Welcome into the world of shadow and light. We create new rooms, imagine other dimensions and find ways out let´s inspire, discover and astonished pirate the world

VJ Fader

Breaking the Screen

Session #32, May 8th, 2014: VJ Fader / – I will discuss how my work have progressed into areas such as video mapping and stage design in the past 10 years. My presentation will focus on the deconstruction of the rectangular video screen where the form is just as important as the content.

Fader is a visual artist who works with multimedia in a variety of disciplines. From video mapping, generative animation, music videos, stage design to art installations, his work has been shown to broad audiences around the world. He has exhibited at numerous festivals such as Coachella (Indio), Burningman (Black Rock City), Insomniac Events (Los Angeles), Fuji Rock Festival (Japan) and the Mapping Festival (Geneva).

Vj Chuu

Guruguru kun

Session #31, April 10th, 2014: Vj Chuu / – Chuuu recently works on the intersection of noise music and live drawings. In his talk, we will give some close-ups to art practices. Follow him on his blog:

Chuuu is a painter, vj and live performer. He grew up in Kyoto, Japan, and graduated at the Kyoto Seika University, that is well known for its faculties for manga and anime. After moving to Berlin he got involved in more action based art practices. As a VJ he got famous for his elaborate visual animations turning on the vinyl player, telling handdrawn stories. In fact a very traditional way and once pioneering discovery for moving images – so called Phenakistoscope.

Mahir Duman

Session #31, April 10th, 2014: Mahir Duman / –

Mahir Duman is a visual artist born in Ordu, Turkey. He studied in Istanbul and lives and works in Berlin since 2011. As a VJ, Mahir is doing interactive live performances and installations for clubs, special events and art galleries. He works with video, short film, music clips and lots of different media sets, mixed and synchronized with sound and the rhythm of action. He describes his imagery as unrealistic and surreal, that question human perception and the interplay between subjects.


Session #31, April 10th, 2014: Trashpuzzle / – During three years Trashpuzzle developed. New people joined the group, equipment has evolved and they gave dozens of shows in clubs around Berlin and other cities. Antique episcope has been replaced by beamer. The transport band is filmed by a live mix of two cameras that are hidden in a black box. And the group expanded to five members, who are pushing the idea forward and have a lot of fun.

In May 2010 “trashpuzzle” was born. Their aim was to entertain people on a party by performing a handmade live-collage, that was projected on a wall. They used an old technology – episcope and a little transport band to let the pictures move automatically. The effect was fantastic. The dancefloor turned into a colorful carpet made of our pictures. People were fascinated with their spontaneous creations. Some even joined their session.

Martin Mayer

Session #5, March 23, 2014: Martin Mayer / – Martin Mayer is a visual artist and VJ based in Munich. Studying media art at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts, he is co-founder of the multimedia art duo mayer+empl. Specialized in interior and exterior mappings – highlighting architectural and physical conditions of the space - their projections are creating entirely new atmospheric spaces.

Agnieszka ‘Bronka’ Bronowska

Mixing Art and Science

Session #5, March 23, 2014: Agnieszka ‘Bronka’ Bronowska / – Life sciences and visual arts can fuel each other. Good visualization is pivotal for biological and chemical sciences – to illustrate and transmit information. Protein dynamics and ligand-protein interactions can serve as a canvas for story-telling, and the concept of periodic boundary conditions (PBC) used in molecular simulations, can be exploited as a parallel to the concept of social roles. And such concepts and tools can actually be used by visual artists in their work...

Valentina Ferrandes

Session #29, February 13th, 2014: Valentina Ferrandes / – Valentina will present her project “Berg“, an exploration of Teufelsberg Listening Station comprising a video and a GPS triggered soundscape for iPhone and iPad.

Valentina Ferrandes is an italian artist living in Berlin. Her video and sound pieces explore possible connections between micro-narratives, landscapes and urban geography.

Andrea Familari aka. Fax

Session #29, February 13th, 2014: Andrea Familari aka. Fax / – Drøp is an electronic music project born in Berlin in 2010 by Giuseppe Bifulcosound designer and engineer. It focuses on sounds investigation and experimentation, not that much in an aesthetic meaning, rather than in a perceptual and sensorial one, considering the sound as a bundle of informations that deal with psycho-acoustic and music therapy.

Italian artist, born in 1987, lives and works in Berlin, Germany. His works encompass from Vjiing, Audio/Visual Interactions, Mapping, Interactive installations to Scenic-design and investigate mostly on the decomposition of micro/macro cosmos.

Julien Bach

Video mapping Jam

Session #28, December 12th, 2013: Julien Bach / – Julien will present a selection of his past work, mostly video mapping, and also introduce a community event he will start in January : A video mapping jam evening, happening once every two months in the Atelier.

Julien Bach is a “3d generalist” freelancer working for many different kind of agencies : Architecture, motion-graphics, advertisement, projections for festivals… Also in charge of a small co-working space, Atelier Äuglein, hosting nine coworkers, focusing on visual arts.


Writing movement in interactive mediated spaces

Session #28, December 12th, 2013: StratoFyzika / – In this talk StratoFyzika will speak about their experience in experimenting with audio-visual-movement performances and recent collaborations with other artists. The use of sensors and wearable technologies, mapping the parameters of human movement to those possible in the world of sound and projection, as well as the use of physical and digital shadows together to visually represent the unconscious vibration of the ego in time.

StratoFyzika is a collective creating movement-based interactive audiovisual performances. They are three artists of various backgrounds; each representing one “stratum” of perception: audio, visual and movement. We use the laws of physics (Fyzika) as a metaphorical way of explaining material states from the realms of imagination, emotions and spirit.


Session #26, October 10th, 2013: pixelnoizz / – David Szauder will present, an app to create a glitch composition using your fingers. offers several glitch method options, noizes, databending, offsets for composition from different sources, such as camera input or image files. was recently exhibited in the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France), during the show called DigitART organised and curated by Abdel Bounane. He will also premiere the latest soon to be released 6th version of his other application GlitchPatternGenerator. The audiencewill have the chance to play with both apps after the presentation.

Budapest born and Berlin based artist David Szauder aka. pixelnoizz mostly works with generative structures both on audiovisual -and art field. He experiments also in interactive visual design and works on different publications about experimental, audiovisual and live cinema.

Malte Steiner

Open source game engines and realtime 3D for visuals

Session #26, October 10th, 2013: Malte Steiner / – n his talk, Steiner will show the use of open source game engines for live visuals and interactive art pieces from the humble beginnings in late 90s towards today. He currently develops and shares a system based on the engine Panda 3D which can be programmed in Python. With the implementation of full OSC control it can communicate with any other data from applications, like Pure Data…

Malte Steiner is media artist, sound designer and software developer. Starting around 1983, developing his own vision of the interdisciplinary Gesamtkunstwerk, working with, and not limited to, film, theater, video games and interactive installations. Releases on cassette, vinyl, CD and online. Concerts, exhibitions, and collaborations in Europe, Asia and America. In 2011 he moved to Berlin and opened his own media lab to work on his projects like Notstandskomitee, Elektronengehirn, Akustikkoppler with Matthias Schuster from Hamburg and Restlichtverstärker with Servando Barreiro, but also mastering and remixing other artists. He organizes twice a month the Pure Data Berlin ‘patching circle’ at Berlins well known C-Base.

Joel Dittrich

White Noise/Black Noise

Session #24, July 11th, 2013: Joel Dittrich / –

Swedish audio/visual artist and university college teacher Joel Dittrich will talk about the latest incarnation of White Noise/Black Noise. An audio/visual project where Dittrich is experimenting with intermodal aesthetics, creating audio and visuals side by side and performing live with a digital set up, relaying heavily on OSC, MIDI and audio analysis, to control audio and visuals simultaneously. During 2013 Dittrich has received a lot of praise after performing at Elektra Festival (Montreal), The Lab (San Francisco), Live Performers Meeting (Rome) and The Bang Bang Bar (Stockholm). Dittrich teaches at five universities/colleges and engages in a number of projects in the realm of audio/visual and projection mapping, in Sweden as well as the rest of Europe and North America.


Session #24, July 11th, 2013: WHITEvoid / – Lights are screens and screens are lights. pixels become physical and tangible. buildings and spaces are shaped by computer generated patterns and mathematical algorithms. in the age of projection mapping the real and the digital world are merging to form a new reality. real and virtual worlds are inseparable. Christopher Bauder talks about chances and challenges for computer aided design and scenography.<

Christopher Bauder started working in the field of interactive installation art and design after finishing his studies in the Digital Media Class at the Berlin University of the Arts. His projects focus on the translation of bits and bytes into objects and environments and vice versa. Space, object, sound and interaction are the key elements of his work. In 2004 Christopher Bauder founded studio WHITEvoid as a necessity to realize his large scale art and design pieces and environments. The studio is comprised of specialists in interaction design, media design, product design, interior architecture and electronic engineering. The interactive installations and products are created for museums, exhibitions and trade fairs, festivals, concerts and clubs. WHITEvoid’s designs are exhibited and experienced internationally and have gained worldwide recognition.

VJ Juladi

Session #24, July 11th, 2013: VJ Juladi / – As VJ Juladi she creates new imagery and makes sounds visible. She specializes in analog and handmade visuals. Responding live to music, she experiments with the movements of her hands and body in addition to placing various objects in front of the camera: feathers, leafs, fabrics, fire, etc. to create mesmerizing effects which are sent through a video mixer and out to a screen. For the last few years she has also been using her whole body for the visuals, starting to dance, perform and move in front of the screen. The pictures which appear are always different. Simple hand movements result in intriguing patterns and shapes on the screen …. which sometimes even look like birds or digital animated forms.

Elke Radtke has been active in the video art scene for 7 years. She has performed at multiple Video Art and Music Festivals around the world, as well as lectured on video art in Mexico City at the Arts University San Carlos. She won the Mapping Festival VJ Competition 2013 in Geneva and was the 1st runner up at VJ Torna at the Live Performers Meeting Festival 2012 in Rome (Championship Category) and 2011 (Battle Category).

Sébastien Bourdeauducq

Story and development of the Mixxeo digital video mixer

Session #23, May 06th, 2013: Sébastien Bourdeauducq / – Many video artists need a device that can blend video streams from two or more computers. A common solution is to use SD analog video and a commercially available mixer such as the Edirol V4. But the move to the better quality of digital video and the high cost of commercial digital mixers has prompted community developments of alternative devices.

Sébastien Bourdeauducq is an inventor passionate about science, electronics and open source. After working for several small companies – which included developing the Wi-Fi driver infrastructure for the Nabaztag/tag – he founded Milkymist Labs in the summer of 2007.

ReVerse Bullets

Kunst, Kultur & Kino Collage

Session #23, May 06th, 2013: ReVerse Bullets / – “Kunst, Kultur & Kino Kollage” will be an examination of the process of re-appropriating the images and sounds of pop culture, propaganda, educational films, and the tools of the populist media to create subversive audiovisual art. The talk will feature an analysis of the creation of the debut ReVerse Bullets’ album, “Drapetomania!,” along with a preview of new material collaborated with Nicolo Sommer (BIINDS).

ReVerse Bullets is a rotating lineup of filmmakers, musicians and visual artists founded by filmmaker Jon-Carlos Evans in New York City in 2009. . Through a collision of industrial noise cum funk and psychedelic synths, ReVerse Bullets project audiovisual “anti-propaganda” and noise-collage molotovs like an amalgam of Stan Brakhage cum Sonic Youth and Sergei Eisenstein cum Massive Attack. Twisted samples of capitalist, western & religious propaganda collide with the band’s electronic cum noise funk and dialectic imagery to create a sensory experience that is part multimedia essay, improvisational electronica, performance art and rock concert.

Tokyo Data Collective

Session #22, May 09th, 2013: Tokyo Data Collective / – Their performance De Koog is a multi-media exploration that fuses together electronics and acoustics, light and sound, man and machine. It can be watched, touched, played, heard and experienced both as performer or audience. Its eyes and ears take in data from the surroundings and it responds to these stimuli with jittering visuals, harsh synthesis and animal screams.

Tokyo Data is a creative collective who understands its mission to engage emerging contemporary New Media artists and initiate transdisciplinary work between the universes of video art, acoustic architecture, performing arts, motion, interactive design, photography and graphic arts.


Session #22, May 09th, 2013: A-LI-CE / – For this years LPM edition, she will premiere the Piece «Parade: Ouverture», which is the first act of the “Parade A/V live performance project”, inspired freely on “The Atrocity Exhibition” of the writer J.G. Ballard. In collaboration with the sound artist Swub, it deals with spam messages, white lights, birds, electricity, schizophrenia, and Abba music.

A-li-ce, based in Paris, works as video designer, live performer and VJ since 2004 around Europe. She uses a bunch of techniques from paper, animation and video, bridging the gap from hyperrealities “wonderland” to sophisticated, dark visual worlds. Her work deals with identity, humor, and acidity. She presented her work at audiovisual festivals like Mapping (Ch), LPM (It), Visual Berlin Festival (De), and Vision’R (Fr), including VJ solos and collective projects with ‘Homemade Collective’ and the duo ‘:NÄ:’. Her music videos and short animation movies have been screened in festivals as the International Animation Film Festivals of Moscow ( 2011) and Stuttgart (official music video selection, 2011), Cinemabrut (2010) and many more.


Session #21, April 11th, 2013: pussykrew / – In 2010 they’ve started their audio-visual noise project – Domestic Violence, which merges field recordings, live coding and audio-responsive glitches, by using self-made interfaces, controllers and patches. Domestic Violence performed in Finland, Germany, UK, Italy and Poland. work by Tikul & Jendre has been presented at digital arts and video festivals around the world. They are constantly trying to challenge the viewer, through exploration of identity / queerness of human body / architectural objects and their transformations, synthetic-organic textures, glitch aesthetics, physicality of image and sound.Their works are attempting to bend the perception of time – intensify the senses and reactivate the dismissed areas of psyche.

Duo Ewelina Aleksandrowicz and Andrzej Wojtas (Tikul & Jendrek), known collectively as Pussykrew, make art that eludes convention and merges the erotic and the ethereal with exquisite finesse. Using both visual and sonic media, the two artists marry the maximalist sensations of glitch with minimalist destructiveness to give performances that are beyond experimental. They are Berlin based artists who are collaboratively working within the area of new media. Their interdisciplinary practices range from audio-visual performance, live coding, multimedia installations to sound experiments, sensor based technologies and DIY electronics. During their production of live visuals, video installations and videoclips they have collaborated with Leila, Darkstar (WARP Records) HTRK (Work, work, work Tour 2011 – Ghostly International), Raime (Blackest Ever Black) and Oni Ayhun amongst others.

Gabriel Shalom

Session #21, April 11th, 2013: Gabriel Shalom / –

Gabriel Shalom is a director, audiovisual artist and composer living and working in Berlin, Germany. His signature work takes the form of rhythmically edited audiovisual compositions (videomusic). Taking inspiration from musique concrète, he explores the hidden musicality of everyday objects, unusual handmade electro-acoustic instruments, and manipulation of traditional instruments. He understands video to be a fundamentally audiovisual medium and strives to create highly synaesthetic works. His five channel videomusical installation The Tosso Variations premiered in his solo exhibition at MU Eindhoven. He has written and spoken extensively on Hypercubism, his theory of object-oriented aesthetics. He has been commissioned by brands such as MINI, Sony and BMW Italy. He has been an artist in residence at the Frankfurter Kunstverein, ZKM Karlsruhe and the CAMP Festival in Stuttgart. He is a member of the 2012 class of the Art Directors Club Young Guns. In addition to his audiovisual work, Gabriel is a director of experimental narratives. His video essays are meditative reflections on the zeitgeist, often influenced by his theory of aesthetics, Hypercubism. His company KS12, founded together with partner Patrizia Kommerell, is a creative studio for experimental storytelling. KS12 has been commissioned by various media arts festivals such as Transmediale (Berlin), STRP (Eindhoven), and NODE Forum for Digital Arts (Frankfurt), as well as companies and organizations such as Wieden + Kennedy, British Council, BOX 1824 and Meiré und Meiré

Aude Rose

Session #20, March 14th, 2013: Aude Rose / – Aude Francois also called Aude Rrose is multi-disciplinary artist living between Paris and Berlin, working with performance, photography, sound and live video. She regularly presents her video performances in international festivals. Her imagery plays with narrative structures, developing dreamy and intimate universes, exploring various forms of interplay between body, images in motion, deconstructive narrations and self-mythology. Her performances articulate live scenography protocols integrating video as an environment medium, often using real-time camera feedback, considering the black box as a possible oneiric space, where sounds and images communicate in a poetic and narrative journey.

Aude Rose has developed several successful collaborations with international acoustic and electronic musicians, sound and video programmers, producing series of audio-visual performances where she manipulates time and images in evolving structures.

Mey Lean Kronemann & David Sanz Kirbis

Session #20, March 14th, 2013: Mey Lean Kronemann & David Sanz Kirbis / – David and Mey are currently working on their project Tower of Babel, an emergent robotic sculpture that builds itself. A pack of small, autonomous robots is trying to climb on top of each other in order to form a tower. At some point, the tower gets too high and the robots fall down. This project is supported by Fundacion Telefonica’s VIDA Art and Artificial Life International Awards.

Mey Lean Kronemann is a media artist from Berlin with a passion for robotics and emergent behaviour. Her works have been internationally exhibited and presented at media art festivals and conferences, and were awarded by Digital Sparks (Honorary Mention, 2008), Japan Media Arts Festival (Jury Selection Work, 2011) and Art of Engineering (prize award, 2012). Mey has studied Interaction Design in Malmo, Sweden, and Product/Interface Design in Potsdam, Germany, where she graduated in 2009, and was a research fellow in 2010. David Sanz Kirbis is a multidisciplinary experimenter interested in how things work and in finding creative solutions to technical projects. He is currently working as researcher towards a PhD in the field of Art and Technology at the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia. With an eclectic background as computer technician, product design engineer, and independent filmmaker he is interested in design, mechanics, electronics, programming, robotics, philosophy and photography. David was recently hosted as fellow of the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, directed by Golan Levin, at the Carnegie Mellon University.

Vanessa Ramos-Velazquez

Session #19, February 21st, 2013: Vanessa Ramos-Velazquez / – She is currently collaborating with legendary electronic musician/producer A Guy Called Gerald for her interactive performance Coded Narratives, and with sound artist Derek Holzer will debut her live videomicrography performance.

Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez is an interdisciplinary artist, multimedia specialist, and researcher from Brazil and the U.S., and currently based in Berlin. A Fulbright scholar at the University of Kansas, she pioneered a special program in Interdisciplinary Studies in Art, Design, Video & Film and Choreography. Her transmedia experiments led her to develop an artistic practice in performance art, installation, videoart, videodance and cameraless films. As a choreography student of the late Labanotation expert Janet Hamburg, she danced with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company.


Session #19, February 21st, 2013: Geso / – Geso is the moniker he uses for his most personal and experimental work, specially focused in video-art and visual performances. His videos are a combination of glitches, geometric graphics, landscapes and images from nature, evoking a short of lost paradise or residual image from a better world. The concepts that often dominate his work are related to different levels of communication and its paradoxes, the digital language and errors, usually revealing a connection with different aspects from human conscience and spirituality, like altered states of mind.

Also known as Pablo IA, is an active/creative mind involved in different art and design fields. As graphic designer and art director for his own studio GeeOhDee, as artist exhibiting his work in galleries and festivals (previously in collaboraton with his brother, Javier IA), as Dj, Vj and promotor of electronic music events and of course, as publisher and curator for his main project: Belio Magazine, an art publishing house and organization who runs exhibitions, concerts, festivals, conferences and workshops, apart of publishing magazines and books since 1999. Pablo IA actually lives and works in Berlin.

Alex Haw

Session #19, February 21st, 2013: Alex Haw / – His work, which spans the scales from buildings to installations, masterplans to furniture, seeks a synthesis of mind & body – creating meaningful, pleasurable, enduring and immersive experiences. Much of his work involves cutting-edge fabrication technologies and digital mapping, exploring the connectivity of people to their precise place in the world.

Alex will present a series of atmos projects that explore optical space, architectural interactivity, participatory surveillance and 4-dimensional interactivity – all at breakneck speed, with 1000s of slides. Alex Haw is director of the award-winning UK art/architecture practice atmos

Jem The Misfit

Performance as process

Session #18, December 18th, 2012: Jem The Misfit / – Jem about her Talk: “For scope sessions I will present a selection of projects from 2012 that range from large scale festival VJing to new AV collaborations, as well as the strange world of VJ competitions. Through these projects I will give some insight into my background and work process and discuss how the immediacy of Vjing and the processes of improvisation and performance have been useful techniques in the development of new ideas.”

Jemma Woolmore is a video artist working with live audio-visual performance and installation to explore a diverse range of ideas including synaesthesia, utopia/dystopia, imagination and identity. As VJ Jem the Misfit she won the 2012 Mapping Festival’s international VJ competition in Geneva has performed at the top music festivals across Australia and New Zealand. Her projects and performances have screened in numerous galleries and festivals including LPM (Rome), FEED (Berlin), Gertrude Street Projection Festival (AUS), Melbourne Fringe Festival, City Gallery (Wellington NZ).

Zan Lyons

Cross-disciplinary AV production

Session #18, December 18th, 2012: Zan Lyons / – In his talk he gives an insight to his special mix of violin play, computer synthetics, video timelines and ideas about it.

Zan Lyons is a sound and visual artist. He works as musician, composer, producer, filmmaker, performer and many crossovers coming out of this. He creates atmospheric and organic abstractions of sound and light, intense and densified. On his path he collaborated with chris clark as well as leila and nicolette, that are signed at warp. He is a frequent collaborator with alec empire. His works were shown at the film festivals of Cannes, OneDotZero and Raindance.

Onyx Ashanti

The Beatjazz Controller System

Session #18, December 18th, 2012: Onyx Ashanti / – equations relative to each other are beginning to synergize. aesthetic based on function is proving to be a decent guiding principle for not just design, but sonic interval interpretation, formerly called music. the rabbit hole has heiroglyphs on the walls of its interior. the myth construct has become self-aware…

Onyx sounds like the offspring of Roger Troutman, Timbaland, and John Coltrane. Having cut his teeth playing the southern California rave scene in the late 90′s, he spent the first half of the the 2k’s playing and recording with the likes of Soul II Soul, Basement Jaxx and Marshall Jefferson. The last 3 years has seen him take on the challenge of creating a new form of music for a new age. A form un-encumbered by genre. Armed with a new type of sound design concept of his own creation-Gestural Trajectory Synthesis- Onyx can construct any style of music imaginable and quite a few that aren’t.The beatjazz control interface is a three-way wireless sensor network that converts his finger, hand, and breath movements, into musical control data, which allows him to play synthesizers with dance-like movements and saxophone-like fingerings. In addition, Onyx created a light based “element narration” subsystem combined with a large screen projection that relates sound types and gestural data to colors and visual imagery so the audience knows which part of the arrangement that Onyx is playing at any given time. The system was designed specifically for Beatjazz and the combination of the two together create a never before realized marriage of sound, light and motion.

Andreas Nicolas Fischer


Session #16, October 11th, 2012: Andreas Nicolas Fischer / – In his talk, A. N. Fischer is going to talk about his artwork “Schwarm”, a software that creates constantly changing, abstract composition running in real time. As this work comes to life through software that executes a coded behaviour, the computer system becomes an integral part of the creation and perception of the artwork itself.

Andreas Nicolas Fischer is an artist working with generative systems. He creates prints, videos, installations and sculptures inspired by the physical representation of data and the visualization of digital processes. He lives and works in Berlin. His works have been exhibited in several solo and group shows internationally, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Beijing.

Frieder Weiss

Intermedia Dance Performances with Motion Sensing

Session #16, October 11th, 2012: Frieder Weiss / – With his background in computer science and automation technology, he started developing interactive systems in 1993. For many years he was codirector of Palindrome Performance group, developing media performances which toured worldwide and have received numerous awards. While his early works were focusing on movement-to-sound relations using bioelectrical sensor devices as well as video motion sensing, he continued with a focus on connecting interactive visuals with the body itself. He developed the video technologies and interactive stage projections for Chunky Move’s recent intermedia works ‘Glow’ and ‘Mortal engine’. For his contribution on ‘Glow’ he was rewarded with a ‘Green room award’ for ‘Design in Dance’. Both Pieces have been touring for many years now, including venues like BAM, New York, The Edinburgh Festival, The Sydney Opera house.

Frieder Weiss is an engineer in the arts working with realtime computing and interactive computer systems for performance art. He is the author of EyeCon and Kalypso, video motion sensing programs especially designed for the use with dance, music and computer art.

Felix Bonowski

Reverse modelling

Session #16, October 11th, 2012: Felix Bonowski / – In his talk, he will give some insight into how mathematical modelling can be used as an artistic tool to break the determinism of man-machine interaction and create a corporeal experience in a world without haptic feedback.

With a background in molecular biology and computer science, Felix Bonowski created a series of interactive video installations that explore materiality and corporeal experience in simulated environments. The works were shown in clubs, at festivals and various exhibitions, including a solo exhibition in the Studio Gallery of the Haus am Lützowplatz (Berlin). He currently (2012) teaches robotics courses at the Technische Universität Berlin.

Mark Coniglio

The Past and Future of Technology & Performance

Session #15, September 13th, 2012: Mark Coniglio / – Media artist, composer and programmer Mark Coniglio will present an artist talk that combines an overview of the history of interactive/media-intensive performance with a consideration of how to take keep this work meaningful in the future.

Mark Coniglio is an award-winning artist, acknowledged pioneer of the interactive performance scene, and co-founder of Troika Ranch ( His work has been seen on stages throughout America and Europe to critical and public acclaim. He has recently been nominated for the World Technology Award 2012, and has received a both a New York Dance and Performance (“Bessie”) Award and a prize at Prix Ars Electronica. He is also the creator of Isadora (, a software tool that facilitates the creation of interactive performance. Isadora has been used an essential creative tool by thousands of artists worldwide.

Berlan Allee

”BERLAN ALLEE” Radio Show & ”SAROSEDA Collective

Session #15, September 13th, 2012: Berlan Allee / – Next, Arash Salehi the founder of SAROSEDA will briefly present their collective. SAROSEDA is a digital art collective which tries to reach new forms and concepts in Iranian Contemporary Art scene by introducing the potential of collaboration between different disciplines in the shape of organizing workshops and jammings of computer based artists.

The Iranian Audio-Visual duo from Tehran based in Berlin/Germany started working since 2011. Pharaz (Born 1987/Tehran) is a photographer and Visual Artist. Iman ( Born 1985/Tehran) is a music producer since 2008. They will present their weekly radio show “‘BERLAN ALLEE” which will be live starting September 2012 through INeed Radio Funkhaus which is already up and running. INeed Radio Funkhaus is situated in Berlin at Funkhaus- Grünau.The main idea of Berlan Allee is to focus on Electronic and Experimental music scene of Iranian artists all around the world , inside and outside Iran.

Laura Ramirez (OptikaVJ)

AV-Invader Mapping

Session #4, June 1st, 2012: Laura Ramirez (OptikaVJ) / – Laura is a visual arts lover dedicated to direct and produce live visuals projects and experimental pieces for commercial brands, art exhibitions and worldwide academic presentations. She produces herself and runs her own laboratory and audiovisual label "Optikal Ink Lab", an independent project dedicated to create AV works and aimed to integrate digital arts, video projections, video mapping and real-time narratives.

Robert Fischer (Hexler)

TouchOSC & TouchViz

Session #4, June 1st, 2012: Robert Fischer (Hexler) / – Dr. Mo talks with Robert about his Apps: TouchOSC Modular OSC and MIDI control surface for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad Sends and receives Open Sound Control messages over a Wi-Fi network using the UDP protocol and supports both CoreMIDI and the Line 6 MIDI Mobilizer interfaces for sending and receiving MIDI messages. TouchViZ Professional, portable VJ system for iPad 2 At home or in the club, professionally or just for fun, you can now create impressive visuals straight from your iPad.

Andreas Karaoulanis & Katerina Liana

"Lava" Live Dance Performance

Session #4, June 1st, 2012: Andreas Karaoulanis & Katerina Liana / – Andreas Karaoulanis comes from a Computer Science and Animation background. His current work deals with interactive media design and animation. He has present his work in Museum Of London, Moscow, Paris and in various Galleries and spaces around Europe. One of his latest projects is "bestbefore", an online interactive showcase blog. Together with Katerina Liana presented at LPM 2012 their Live Performance called Lava where Dance meets Visuals.

Valerie & David ( Meso )

VVVV and IRIS VJ tool

Session #4, June 1st, 2012: Valerie & David ( Meso ) / – vvvv is a hybrid graphical/textual programming environment for easy prototyping and development. It is designed to facilitate the handling of large media environments with physical interfaces, real-time motion graphics, audio and video that can interact with many users simultaneously. IRIS Interactive Realtime Image Synthesizer is a powerful software platform for realtime image synthesis, video compositing and spatial media design. MESO is working on the border line between technology and design — offering an integrated view on digital media system design.

Toby Harris (*spark) & Light Surgeons

Origin, present and future of Live Cinema

Session #4, June 1st, 2012: Toby Harris (*spark) & Light Surgeons / – The Light Surgeons is a collective of pioneering multimedia artists founded in 1995 by creative director Christopher Thomas Allen. It now functions as an media arts production company which develops new work in a diverse range of mediums; print, photography, motion graphics, digital film production, exhibitions, installations and ground breaking live audio visual performances. Toby harris A.K.A *spark is a digital media maverick, he crosses the disciplines of artist, designer and engineer in the pursuit of anything that uses media to make people interact or think in unexpected ways.

Dalibor Knapp

CAS presentation

Session #14, May 10th, 2012: Dalibor Knapp / – Dalibor will introduce us the department and the areas they work in, but centerpiece of this talk is show some of the spectrum of works being done by the students.

CAS (Center for Audio Visual Studies) is a part of FAMU (Film and TV school of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague), the prestigious and one of Europe’s oldest film schools where numerous awarded and world known Filmmakers have studied. (Milos Forman, Emir Kusturica, Jan Němec, Věra Chytilová , …) The department of Audio Visual Studies (CAS) teaches a range of courses for those wanting to create moving image works ‘beyond cinema.” Video installation and interactive works, locative and mobile media, code based projects, conceptual artworks, multi-channel and multi-threaded sound and image practice, experimental documentary, and expanded to database cinema are some of the areas that the students work in.

Stanislav Abraham

Session #14, May 10th, 2012: Stanislav Abraham / – He will show us his work in progress on the topic of disembodied human voice in relation to phonographic technologies, speech synthesis and text to speech.

Audiovisual performer, crossing over from pure sound art to more conceptual works. In addition to sound production, Stanislav Abraham focuses on multimedia installations, and intervention in public space. Professionally devoted to the recording studio and audio post-production in the audiovisual field.

Katerina Bilkova, Fabian Scharpf

Session #14, May 10th, 2012: Katerina Bilkova, Fabian Scharpf / – She will perform “Outer Scan” and explain the technique behind it. Using a regular scanner, images of different analog objects are animated using a Quartz Composer patch and accompanied by live audio performed by Fabian Scharpf with Max/Msp.

Katerina Bilkova participates actively in theater, belonging to groups like Depresivní děti touží po penězích (Depressed children begging for money) and Bio Oko (Bio Eye). Uses mainly analog cameras and film rolls as building blocks for her work.

Alexandra Moralesova

Session #14, May 10th, 2012: Alexandra Moralesova / – Together with our second speaker, Stanislav Abraham, she will show us her new Performance “Gardening”. Gardening is a kind of semiotics, the performance tries to find the way through the garden’s syntax and plays with its visible and notional elements. The strategy to this inquiry lies in remediation of amateur 8mm footage and in questioning the relevant notions.

Interested in film footage and performance she initiates different image-moving projects and musical collaboration. The main motif of the live performance for her is a remediation of existing material (8mm film, photography, diary and correspondence) and de/construction through various ways of showing it.


Session #13, April 12th, 2012: YUKIJUNG / – After a short introduction to her design studio, YUKIJUNG will share her know-how with the audience by explaining her usual conceptual approach in planning an architectural multimedia scenography on the basis of two exemplary projects: the multimedia tour through history „Promenades sous les étoiles“ in the gardens of the Royal Castle of Amboise, Loire Valley, France and the multimedia stage scenery „Happy Birthday Friedrich“ at the Nikolaisaal Potsdam.

After several years of working in Paris as a fashion designer and art coordinator, Create Berlin member Christine Jung founded the YUKIJUNG Research design studio in 2006.YUKIJUNG specializes in facade projection, mostly historic buildings and their gardens, and creating audio visual night time experiences involving the combination of self-composed sound effects, lighting installations and modern large-scale video projections. In addition to this, YUKIJUNG designs and implements stage scenery, video clips, video mappings and video live-sets for all types of events. Primarily she is working with After Effects, Premiere Pro, Modul 8 and Madmapper.

Ioann Maria

Session #13, April 12th, 2012: Ioann Maria / – In her talk Ioann Maria will present her current work in progress “Artificial Rat”, which is open for interdisciplinary collaboration. The Project aims to investigate the nature of human-machine relationship, provoking an interaction between the two. The artificial rat should appear to respond to human emotional states, and hence the biofeedback technology will be employed for the reactions measurement. Changes in emotional state of human participants will be used as an input for the rat, thus enabling a response. The responses of each participant will be visualized and compared in real time.

Ioann Maria is a new media artist, live video performer and filmmaker. With her background in multimedia and digital arts she now works with new media technologies and interactive arts, exploring new possibilities in creative artistic-scientific demonstration. In her recent solo and collaborative projects she investigates the issues of physical computing and human-machine interaction. Besides, she’s an artistic director of “LPM Live Performers Meeting” in Rome/ Italy, a core member of the “FLxER” team – performing video network and software and co-founder of “Edinburgh Hacklab” hackerspace in Scotland.

Giorgos Kakanakis

Session #13, April 12th, 2012: Giorgos Kakanakis / – Under the title “Real time forms are rich only if they are rich in flaws”, Giorgos will give a fragmented dialogue consisting of a non-linear presentation of The Erasers’ work in real time audio visual performance, a brief discussion on the possibilities of live cinema/real time film, moments of propaganda and other moments of image harassment, spontaneous debates on MEANING (as opposed to abstract image production), a disassembling of VJ culture and detours through statements like: AN END TO COMMUNICATION THAT COMMUNICATES NOTHING BUT ITSELF or ITS NOT A JUST IMAGE, ITS JUST AN IMAGE.

Giorgos Kakanakis is the founding member of The Erasers, a group whose work is based on the integration of various seemingly diverse elements or modes of (re-)presentation such as: live cinema, performance, action-ism, installation techniques, theater, agit-prop, and various forms of information and disinformation. The combination of these diverse elements is based on The Erasers’ search for a new Audio Visual Alphabet.

4youreye & Frau Fitzke

AV in Austria

Session #3, March 23rd, 2012: 4youreye & Frau Fitzke / – Interview mit Eva Bischof (4youreye) und Lisa Malle (Frau Fitzke), zwei langjährigen Protagonistinnen der Wiener Visualistenszene - im Gespräch über das ehemalige internationale VJ Festival "Contact Europe", dem jährlich von ihnen organiserten "AV Playground" und die Szene in Österreich. Das Interview entstand im März 2012 im Rahmen des B-sEite Festival für Jetztkultur in Mannheim in Kooperation mit


Session #3, March 23rd, 2012: cyper / – Flux spricht mit VJ Veteran und vvvv Wizard Karsten Schneider aka. cyper über dessen Installation, Kunst, Technik und das B-Seite Festival in Mannheim. Das Interview entstand im März 2012 im Rahmen des B-sEite Festival für Jetztkultur in Mannheim in Kooperation mit

Thorsten Kußmack

Session #3, March 23rd, 2012: Thorsten Kußmack / – Eklis Rellüm spricht mit Thorsten Kußmack über seine Installation, Kunst, Architektur und das B-Seite Festival Mannheim. Das Interview entstand im März 2012 im Rahmen des B-sEite Festival für Jetztkultur in Mannheim in Kooperation mit


Session #11, February 09th, 2012: MFO / –

The collective of Marcel Weber and Lucy Benson, MFO create and direct audiovisual performances, installations, video and image works. Intense and distinct aesthetics define their work. Concept takes priority over technique, the meaning defines the method. New and old media forms, technology and illusionary devices are employed equally. MFO aims at the subconscious over the conscious, emotion over intellect, ambiguity over well-defined. MFO are resident visual artists for multiple event series focused on the exploration of contemporary electronic music in Berlin and internationally. Performances and installations have featured at festivals such as CTM and Transmediale (Berlin), Unsound (Krakow), TodaysArt (Den Haag), as well as various events across Europe, USA and Australia. Recent collaborations include audiovisual performances with the likes of Kode 9, Roly Porter and Oni Ayhun. Additionally MFO contributes video design to high culture productions, having worked with the Opera national de Paris, the Akademie der Künste Berlin, Sophiensaele Berlin and the Brut theatre in Vienna. Larger projects are realised with an extended network of artists, MFO seeks constantly to collaborate, inform and evolve.

Thorsten Fleisch

Session #11, February 09th, 2012: Thorsten Fleisch / –

Thorsten Fleisch was born 1972 in Koblenz (Germany). He made his first film experiments with his dad’s Super 8 camera when still in school. Later he studied experimental film with Prof. Peter Kubelka at the Städelschule in Frankfurt. Thorsten Fleisch works with digital and analogue film. With materials such as the body, crystals, fire and electricity, he worked directly on 16 mm film strips. Crystals are grown on the film and 30,000 volts burn through photo paper. The results are poetic and abstract visual systems with references to catharsis, cosmos and the universe. In 2003 Fleisch received an Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica in Linz (Austria) for his computer animated film Gestalt. High voltage is the centre of his work Energie! for which he has won international acclaim. His films received several awards and were shown at festivals worldwide like: New York Film Festival, Ars Electronica, Transmediale, Ottawa International Animation Festival, Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, San Francisco Film Festival, Videoex. Among other clients he has worked for Gaspar Noé (electric titles for Enter The Void) and Basement Jaxx (live visuals for Jump and Shout). He lives and works in Berlin.


Session #11, February 09th, 2012: Sansculotte / – Along the way will be mentioned: pure data, glsl, digital cut-up, appropriation and information overload.

The mixed-media collective Sansculotte will present their 2-players live video patch and talk about visions, technology, aesthetics and how to spend a lot of time building universes that fall apart 99 seconds later.

Francesco Salizzoni

roBOt Festival

Session #2, December 11th, 2011: Francesco Salizzoni / – In an interview with Eklis Rellüm, Francesco Salizzoni talks about the annual robot festival in Bologna, Italy

Willem van der Schans

Freemote Festival

Session #2, December 11th, 2011: Willem van der Schans / – In an interview with Eklis Rellüm, Willem van der Schans talks about the annual FREEMOTE festival in Utrecht, Netherlands

Elektro Moon Vision

Elektro Moon Vision

Session #2, December 11th, 2011: Elektro Moon Vision / – In an interview with Eklis Rellüm, Elwira Wojtunik and Popesz Csaba Láng of Elektro Moon Vision talk about their installation at FREEMOTE and their planned future festival in Kraków, Poland

Live Performers Meeting

Live Performers Meeting

Session #2, December 11th, 2011: Live Performers Meeting / – In an interview with Eklis Rellüm, Ioann Maria and Gianluca del Gobbo talk about their Live Performers Meeting (LPM) that takes place every year in Rome, IT

Benjamin Jantzen

B-Seite Festival

Session #2, December 11th, 2011: Benjamin Jantzen / – In einem Interview mit Eklis Rellüm spricht Benjamin Jantzen über das B-Seite Festival für Jetztkultur in Mannheim, DE

Carrick Bell

Session #08, November 10th, 2011: Carrick Bell / –

The video work of Carrick Bell negotiates between narrative and abstraction in depictions of human interactions with natural landscapes. He uses appropriated video to investigate nature as a site for man-on-man violence, as a site for abandonment (of self, social constraint, good taste, futures, etc) and as a site for the production of political narrative. Using scenes from everything to trashy B-movies and viral videos to Hollywood blockbusters and disaster footage, he extracts micro-narratives from existing cinematic, art historical, and pop cultural representation of the relationship between subject, landscape, and sovereign power.

Sébastien Bourdeauducq

Milkymist One

Session #08, November 10th, 2011: Sébastien Bourdeauducq / – Developer Sébastien Bourdeauducq will present the The Milkymist One, an open hardware product that concentrates all the processing power and the interfaces of an heavily interactive VJ setup into one small box. With a unique combination of built-in interfaces such as MIDI, DMX512, analogue video input, Ethernet, OpenSoundControl and generic digital I/O, it gives you all the tools to create truly interactive performances.



Session #08, November 10th, 2011: VisualBerlin / – VisualBerlin management board member Aude François and co-founder Kiritan Flux will present Berlin’s number one video-arts and VJ association VisualBerlin, how it all started in 2005 and what it has developed to today. Members and projects will be presented and people will have the chance to ask questions about the association.

Alex Corbi

Session #7, October 20th, 2011: Alex Corbi / – This session, we’ll welcome Alex Corbi who will show us his work under Arduino and Processing. He will start simple, and then more complex. After his presentation, we can get to the computers, and try, share, get started, ask questions, manipulate a bit, have a look over the functions and possibilities :-) Of course, Arduino and Processing users from all levels are all invited to come, and to come also with their computer and software installed, so that we can all exchange, see, even when we’re specialists of another software on another platform, or not specialists at all. 3 to 4 computers in total would allow 3 to 4 groups of 3 to 5 persons, perhaps self-organised by level or software.

Willy Sengewald

Session #3, August 18th, 2011: Willy Sengewald / –

Willy Sengewald: Design is generally perceived as a way of enhancing the existing normal. However, it has the potential to propose an alternative to our everyday reality by depicting something unimagined, something absurd or impossible. What is the adequate mode of practice for this intend?

Eric Dunlap

Session #3, August 18th, 2011: Eric Dunlap / – Movement and Video Artist Eric Dunlap will discuss his work creating dance and video pieces, producing VJs, and construction audience interactive video installations.

A twenty four year veteran of the performing arts, Eric has worked as a dancer with the Nikolais/Louis Dance Company, the Metropolitan Opera, and many other modern dance companies in New York CIty. Eric is founding member of NYC based arts organization Forward Motion Theater and has collaborated for fifteen years with media artist Holly Daggers. Together they created interdisciplinary performance pieces, produced the EyeWash VJ series, created interactives for the Museum of Modern Art, and performed as VJs for many musical artists ranging from James Brown to Animal Collective.

Ran Ancor

The Mask Generator

Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: Ran Ancor / – The Mask Generator may be used for vj set and played live with an external controller or screened as a solo installation in an audio reactive mode. I also use the 3xvga for a larger space of projection Mask Generator is a generative software that produce a geometrical bidimensional world where a single sharp is multiplied through its opposite polarity positive/negative.
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)

Ran ancor, videomaker and musician, born in 1969, lives in Rome, Italy. He studied philosopy with a minor in computers, then started to work in between art and informatics. During last years he worked on electronic live-set with video and music and also as a vj. Most significant elements in his video works are immateriality, movement and metamorphosis, visual fluxus, fusion with sound and space. VJ WORK

The Exlex

Code 36

Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: The Exlex / – Sanfranciscobeat aka Profile25 was chosen in the top 5 DJs in Hungary, 2009. He played together with names as Richie Hawtin, Magda, Hernan Cattaneo, Tiga, Matyas Kalman and Daniel Besnyo are both founders of the Hungarian VJ movement and independent studio, VJ Centrum (, they worked with numerous theater groups, they projected at almost all the party places in Hungary, and some festivals abroad too. Audiovisual live act of the CODE36 DVD. A strange fusion of techno music and silent film introducing various sights of Hungary from an original, modern point of view.
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)


Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: Notendo / – Jeff Donaldson began the noteNdo project in 2001 with the intent to create animation entirely with his own hardware modifications of 8bit NES and 16bit SEGA Genesis/Master Systems. There is no new code involved, only machine logic.
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)

Jeff Donaldson began playing guitar at the age of 12 while making in-camera edits of local skateboarders. From 2000-2001, Jeff pursued a degree in jazz guitar and music composition at University. In 2001, a shift toward more visual work occurred which has lead to international recognition in new media art. During the 1st decade of the new millenium, Jeff was also part of the local Baltimore band Wzt Hearts with Jason Urick, Shaun Flynn and Mike Haleta. Wzt Hearts went on to release 2 full length LPs on Carpark/Hoss records gaining recognition by NME and Pitchfork as well as inspiring the British band Klaxons. Jeff currently resides in Brooklyn, NYC.


Live Cinema Reconsidered

Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: fAlk / – Creating a new type of event is the conclusion out of 10 years of frustration, research and performances. fALk will be sharing his most recent theoretical research in the field of live audiovisual storytelling and performances. He will shed light on how to succeed in telling a story that has emotions, adds energy to the event can be watched for prolonged periods of times without banning the watchers in a chair and dark room all the while not loosing the overarching idea that it is a live performance that is created in front of the audience and in rhythmic and emotional synch with the music. For the talk he will elaborate on performance techniques, interface ideas and his personal path forward. As per usual in his presentation this comes with a heavy dose of utopianism and provocation.
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)


Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: :NÄ: / – :NÄ: is the meeting of A-li-ce (video) and Mectoob (Music), creating some electro / breakbeat / experimental live sets and dubstep mix sets, evolving into some graphical colorful universes, full of strange and absurd creatures. Le Goûter chelou / A mad tea-party is their first project together. Surrounded by electronic happy sounds, some mysterious creatures, space fishes and little human things get out from dark and fabulous lands. Welcome to the electro and video mad tea party cooked by A-li-ce and Mectoob.
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)


Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: Sinsynplus / – 2001 shado sinfusion synkretistem founded. 2003 Akademie der bildenden Künste, Munich 2005/06 stipendiary Hochschule für Gestaltung, Karlsruhe 2006 sep.-oct. work for Greenpost, postproduction, vietnam 2007 LPM 2007 – LIVE PERFORMERS MEETING, Roma 2008 – ()RE|BOOT 2008 VJFEST Istanbul 2009 Fusion Festival 2010 NAIAS Detroit 2010 | MINI, consultancy/development for gate.11, Munich visual hardrock since 2001.. sinsynplus starts vjing and visual arts back in 2001, working with slide projectors and videodecks. always evolving in hardware and software he is nowadays working completely digital, exploring new techniques and devices like integrating iphone, wiimote and sensor data, programming his own modules and plugins and working on multiscreen setups to push vjing onto the next level. his style combines graphical elements, interactive, generative, audio-reactive code and real-time manipulated 3D models to an unique visual language. sinsynplus, studying media art at the academy of fine arts and working with the postproduction company greenpost in munich is co-founder of the visual crews shado sinfusion synkretistem and
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)

VJ Chindogu & Alfafa

Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: VJ Chindogu & Alfafa / – Special thanks to our huruguayan friends -VJ Chindogu & Alfafa- who made an amazing drawing audio visual mapping in the tresor, great work, spirit and vibs!!!
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)


Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: TriOOn / – TRIoon is a live oriented AV project bringing together in a unique jam session three experienced independent artists with diverse backgrounds and approaches. A TRIoon performance is a bending of time in realtime: where moments in time are reassembled using the resonant and the electrical, using tools from a 1000 years of sonic evolution, colour, tone, light and shade. TRIoon explores the realms of method, discipline, chaos, thought, feeling, boundaries, nation, culture and technology, improvising a narrative in realtime. Armed with a guitar, a bass guitar, a box of children’s instruments, found objects, a radio, FX, self-built Minitronics and 3 laptops which they refuse to synchronise, TRIoon responds to the moment taking the audience on a total rollercoaster ride of the senses encompassing fragility, intensity, movement and stillness. TRIoon is an international collaboration between producer/musicians Dr.Nojoke (Germany) and J-Lab (UK) & Spanish musician/visual artist, Servando Barreiro operating mainly in the Netaudio and Open Source community. At the moment they are based in Berlin, Germany. TRIoon presented their debut performance at Club Transmediale 09 in Berlin.
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)


*spark d-fuser

Session #1, June 10-12, 2010: toby*spark / – A thirty minute presentation given at visualberlin-festival about the dvi mixer project. Its in two parts, a story - parable, almost - about how much more malleable the modern world seems to be now in allowing such things to be possible, and an eight point announcement of the key *spark d-fuser features.
(This video was produced in 2010 at visualberlinFestival by Oigovisiones and has not been part of the Scope Sessions. We included it as a tribute to the video arts association VisualBerlin which just turned 10 years old, where Scope was born in 2011)