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Always Dead and Alive @ 104 STARTS Residency Days

April 17, 2020

 

During the final STARTS residency days at the end of February at Centquatre in Paris I had the chance to present "Always Dead and Alive" [1] in a theatre screening. Thanks to everyone who came, it was great to receive your valuable feedback. It was very captivating to see all the pixel come alive on screen.

 

Finally I also took some time to make a video documentation about my STARTS residency "Immersive Minimalism" at the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Centre and Spin Digital Berlin.

 

Aside from the 8K video "Always Dead and Alive", I also produced 3D laser scans and 8K video footage together with PSNC. On purpose I created more material than I could process during the residency period. This gives me now the chance to keep working with the material for a new film project.

[1] "Always Dead and Alive" is an 8K video environment working with cellular automata (CA). In a coded architecture of abstract geometries, a sequence of self-generative patterns plays out, completed and enhanced by an abstract soundscape. It is an immersive and sensorial work intended to make a digital space experienceable in an organic audiovisual flow of light, color and sound, based on the mathematics of nature.

Read more: http://theresaschubert.com/artworks/art/always-dead-and-alive/

 

 

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VERTIGO is funded under the H2020 European STARTS initiative, innovation at the nexus of Science, Technology, and the ARTS. STARTS promotes the arts as catalysts for efficient conversion of science and technology knowledge into products, services, and processes.