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  1. Scopitone est un festival dédié aux cultures électroniques et aux arts numériques à Nantes.

    Le festival offre pendant 1 semaine au mois de septembre un concentré des nouvelles formes de création mélangeant musique, vidéo, design, interactivité, robotique, architecture...
    Une dizaine de lieux emblématiques et atypiques accueillent chaque année la cinquantaine d'artistes programmés, marquant ainsi le territoire nantais de son empreinte numérique. Soirées concerts, expositions, installations, ateliers, conférences, visites et projections, pour la plupart gratuits, s'y déroulent faisant de Scopitone un événement populaire attendu par près de 40 000 festivaliers, petits et grands (fréquentation de l'édition 2013).

    A destination des professionnels, chercheurs, entreprises et artistes, le festival programme des débats, des conférences ou des ateliers croisant les thèmes de l'innovation, de la création numérique et de la recherche scientifique. Les publics scolaires sont également sensibilisés aux pratiques numériques et à l’éducation artistique (visites, ateliers...).

    Scopitone est organisé depuis 2002 par l'association Songo qui pilote le projet culturel et artistique Stereolux orienté autour des musiques actuelles et des arts et pratiques numériques. Situé à La Fabrique île de Nantes au cœur du Quartier de la Création, Stereolux fait partie des lieux incontournables du festival.

    Stereolux est conventionnée avec la Ville de Nantes, la DRAC des Pays de la Loire / Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication (label SMAC), le Département de Loire-Atlantique, la Région des Pays de la Loire et la Métropole de Nantes.
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  2. Alan Maskin of Olson Kundig Architects led the design of the Bezos Center for Innovation at the Museum of History & Industry which opened late in 2013. In this short presentation Maskin discusses the principle design concepts for the project.

    The Bezos Center for Innovation is a groundbreaking exhibition dedicated to the theme of innovation, featuring multimedia, interactive and hands-on experiences as well as artifacts, images and oral histories that explore Seattle’s culture of innovation. Located within The Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI), the mission behind the Bezos Center is to educate visitors about Seattle’s creative history and ignite the innovator within. The 5,000 square foot exhibit is layered with rich narratives whose interactive nature facilitates discovery and enables visitors to become fully immersed in the creative process. The exhibition begins with the question, “What is innovation?”

    PROJECT CREDITS

    ARCHITECT
    Olson Kundig Architects

    PROJECT TEAM

    design lead
    Alan Maskin

    managing principal
    Stephen Yamada-Heidner, AIA, LEED AP

    project manager
    Marlene Chen, AIA, LEED AP

    staff
    Simon Clews

    DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
    Seneca Group

    EXHIBIT FABRICATOR
    Pacific Studio

    A/V INTEGRATION
    BBI Engineering

    CONSULTANTS

    research lead
    Professor Margaret O’Mara, University of Washington

    public historian
    Lorraine McConaghy

    MOHAI project coordinator
    Meka Manchak

    MOHAI exhibits manager
    Mark Gleason

    MOHAI education & youth programs manager
    Tara McCauley

    content development & label writing
    Ellipse Studio
    Sherry Smith

    label writing
    Therese Littleton

    graphic design
    Studio Matthews

    graphic production
    Brown Bag Creative

    illustrators
    Shawn White
    Daphne Hsu

    illustration & video production
    Drew Christie

    video production
    HRH Media

    multimedia design & development
    BBI Engineering
    Stimulant
    Weatherhead Experience Design

    lighting design
    ARUP

    acoustical engineer
    BRC Acoustics

    focus testing
    Audience Focus

    Special thanks to Leonard Garfield, Executive Director of the Museum of History & Industry

    VIDEO CREDITS
    exhibition visitors
    David Atwood
    Aidan Siemann

    film/edit
    Chris Burnside

    © 2014 OLSON KUNDIG ARCHITECTS

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  3. Backstage of "Analog mapping" - Radugadesign work for the Moscow International Festival "Circle of Light" in 2013.
    The uniqueness of the project consists in creation of video mapping content without any computer graphics used.
    We printed scores of forms of Manege building and then we exploded them, burnt them, drowned them in liquid nitrogen etc. and filmed everything in 300 fps and classic cut video editing.

    The final result analog video mapping was shown on real Manege building on 5th of October 2013: vimeo.com/102108078

    Film unit of backstage: Nikita Volkov, Valeriy Smirnov

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  4. Analog mapping from Radugadesign in Moscow International Festival "Circle of Light" in October 2013 at Moscow Manege.
    Here are just some of technologies we used in production: stop-motion, light painting, time-lapse, documentary shooting, pyrotechnics, "flaming", lighting, chemical reagents, mechanical and temperature destructions, macrofilming, alloying and welding, as well as "hammering", "paintballing", "shooting", "watering", "plastilining" and "matching".
    More detailed technologies are in our "Making-of" video: vimeo.com/102105690

    Idea and art direction: Ivan Nefedkin, Eugene Druzhinin
    Music: DZA - Surrender

    Producers: Sergey Kostenevich, Roman Kupriyanov, Ivan Nefedkin, Semen Nefedkin

    Video editing: Andrey Shishkin

    Film unit:
    Camera: Anton Zorin (Camera)
    Light : Oleg Taravkov
    Red: Boris Rybchak
    Manege square camera: Rustam Usupov

    Staging crew:
    Staging crew director: Semen Nefedkin
    Production designer: Dmitry Malyshev, Ilya Shinkarenko
    Hunter: Andrey
    The Cat: Sonya

    Head of production group: Dmitriy Sukhanov
    Welding operator: Alexey Kiselev
    Foreman/Fitter: Alexandr Plemenyuk
    Carpenter: Ushkarev Sergey
    Maquette/Electrical fitter: Igor Nikiforov

    Manege 3d-print: cybercom.ru

    Shooting areas:
    Workshop of advertising production "Extreme Production"
    Radugadesign studio office
    Freehold flat with aquarium
    Academician Tupolev embankment

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  5. With so much content widely accessible; the question is no longer if we can receive but if we are receptive. This TV has adopted to the culture of 'liking' and only shows us content if we smile.

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