June 11, 2016
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.
here's the original trailer for 'Black Moves': vimeo.com/138680101
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.
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Thanks to Servando for Intro Sound!