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Max/MSP/Jitter Classes in GA
Railroad Earth PRESENTS: Real-time Interactive Video Workshop with Max/MSP/Jitter
Saturday, October 28, 2006, 12:00pm-6:00pm
Railroad Earth will host a Max/MSP/Jitter workshop with Aaron Miller. This workshop is a beginner class focusing on video processing and interactivity. Max/MSP/Jitter is graphical programming software for creating real-time video, audio and interactive projects. During the workshop, students will learn the basics of the program including how to create and process video, track color and movement, use sensors and create tools for live performance. Each participant will receive a CD containing Aaronís tutorials and example files. The cost is $40 or $30 for students with ID. The class limit is 20. Please email or call to reserve a seat.
Please bring a laptop with Max/MSP/Jitter already installed. The free 30-day demo is available at www.cycling74.com . If you cannot bring a laptop, please contact Monica Duncan at email@example.com to check on computer availability at Railroad Earth.
Aaron Miller is an artist specializing in video, audio, performance, and interactive installations. He is co-founder/co-creator of [PAM] the Perpetual Art Machine , an online video art community, database, and traveling installation. A specialist and consultant in Max/MSP/Jitter, Miller has conducted workshops at Alfred University, Georgia Tech, Atlanta College of Art and others. He has also designed software for Gary Hill at The Coliseum in Rome, The Louvre Museum and The Pompidou Center in Paris. Recent exhibitions include the Split Film Festival, DIGit and the Albright-Knox Art Galleryís biennial. He received his BA in Fine Arts from Alfred University and his MA in Media Study and Computer Music from the University at Buffalo.
For more information about Railroad Earth, visit www.rre.net.
For more information about Aaron Millerís recent projects, visit www.perpetualartmachine.com and www.land-tracking-land.org.
Railroad Earth is located at 1467 Oxford Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30307.
And/Or Show #6
I might be able to actually go to And/Or Show #6 early in the evening at least...we will see. This one sounds pretty cool and I like the the laptop deathmatch guys. It would be great to see what Wanz ( Wild Bull ) is up to. But if you are here you should go. From the press release....
|And/Or Show #6: Artificiel + Texelectronica
|reception Friday, Oct 27th, 6pm-11pm.
We'll be featuring a light and sound piece by the Canadian collective Artificiel, with their collaborator Pascale Malatarre designing the installation. The work is based on a simple concept: playing voice recordings through high power audio amplifiers and feeding them through large 1000 watt light bulbs. The tungsten and glass materials of the bulbs act as rich but band-limited filters, resulting sometimes in understandable whispers, other times purely synthetic tones, creating flowing and ebbing waves of light and sound.
At our opening reception, we will also be hosting additional digital art installations and performances by regional and international artists that are part of the Texelectronica Festival organized by UNT and the French Embassy. And be sure to check out their schedule for other events and the symposium that will be going on Thursday through Sunday.
Performances at the reception start at 8pm and will include Yao Bin, Frank Dufour, Washboard Leo, and some of the local Laptop Deathmatch crew.