AIR – Artists in Residence
Aastate jooksul on residentuuriprogramm kogunud tuntust, nähtu-kuuldu kohta levib info meie tegemistest ka kaugematesse kohtadesse. Tihti leiavad meieni tee juba kogenud residentuuriprogrammides osalejad. Programmi raames pakutakse kunstnikule ühte kuud tasuta elamist, mille lõpus ta annab töötoa või teeb näituse. Alljärgnev info on hetkel resideeruva Austraalia kunstniku Kimberly Bianca töötoa kohta.
TELEMATIC PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP AND ONLINE JAM USING WATERWHEEL
Duration: 2-3 hours including jam- during festival
Location: Media lab
Requirements: Data projector and power boards
Participants Need: own laptop or sharing between two persons
Can use: webcam, microphone, video files, image files, sound files, drawing tablet
Telematic performance is live performance (art, dance, music, etc.) which makes use of telecommunications and information technology to distribute the performers between two or more locations.
WATERWHEEL is an interactive, collaborative platform for creating and sharing content on the subject and theme of water. An online space where you can share, perform and debate about water as a topic and metaphor, with people around the world or right next door! It is cost-free, accessible with just a click, and open to every one of all ages.
The project, initiated in Australia by Suzon Fuks and developed in collaboration with Inkahoots and Igneous, fosters creativity, collaboration and inter-cultural-generational exchange.
Powered by the WATERWHEEL, the Tap is an online, real-time venue and forum, workshop and stage for live networked performance and presentation. Here you can create and collaborate, rehearse and remix, present and exchange, participate and communicate—privately as a crew or publicly with an audience. The Tap provides tools for live networking and real-time media mixing. You can draw from the Wheel, and pour back to the Wheel.
Audio-visual artist and poet Kimberley Bianca is going to run a workshop on this platform. All functions will be explained in tutorial format. After the workshop there will be an online jam. Kimberley is also looking for participants who would like to contribute by using waterwheel either from home or in the installation for a collaborative performance at Polymer on the 29th of September.
Please sign up at: