BERLIN: Workshop 'MAX/JITTER for beginners'' - Claudia Robles Angel/11.07. & 12.

    Jun 27 2012 | 8:47 am
    This workshop is suitable for visual artists, sculptors, dancers, performers and students interested in experimenting with visual interactive environments.
    2 day workshop: 11.07. & 12.07.2012, 15:00-19:00 Cost: 1 day: 50 € 2 days: 80 € Register before 06.07.2012 at Places are Limited
    About the Workshop MAX/MSP is an application specially designed for interactive works such as installations and performances with music and video in real time. It can be connected to Arduino interfaces, a wide variety of controllers, sensors and MIDI controllers and it is relatively easy to learn. It includes different environments, such as MSP (for real time audio) and Jitter (for real time video). The workshop gives an introduction to the software and, in particular, about the use of Jitter in interactive environments such as installations or dance pieces, with the aid of MIDI controllers, tracking systems and/or body sensors. The workshop also includes an overview of Jitter objects, and the design of patchers and user-interfaces.
    * Introduction to the concept and user interface of MAX/MSP * How to control patchers with MIDI controllers * How to control patchers with bio-data * How to automatise patchers.
    * Playing, mixing, recording movies * Colour tracking * Open GL with Jitter * Creating multiple channel video
    Requirements *Own laptop (Mac OS X/Windows) with an authorised, or a running Demo installed. * If possible bring your own MIDI Controller or body sensor.
    Claudia Robles Angel
    CLAUDIA ROBLES ANGEL is an audiovisual artist born in Bogotá - Colombia, currently living in Cologne, Germany and active worldwide. She finished studies in Fine Arts in 1990 at the University J. T. Lozano in Bogotá (Colombia). She pursued postgraduate studies such as: Film Animation (1992-1993) at the CFP (Milan-Italy); MA in Visual Arts (1993-1995) at the École Supérieure d’Art Visuel (Geneva- Switzerland) and Sound Design and Electronic Composition at the Folkwang University Essen (Germany) with Prof. Dirk Reith from (2001-2004).
    In 2004 she won the second prize at the competition Hören und Sehen organized by the ZKM (Center for Art and Media) in Karlsruhe and the Institute für Neue Musik in Darmstadt (both in Germany) for her audiovisual composition Bewegung in Silber. She has also been artist-in-residence in Germany both at the ZKM - Centre in Karlsruhe (2004-2006) and at the KHM in Cologne (2008 - 2009).
    Her work has been presented in festivals and in group and solo exhibitions around the globe, from the International Computer Music Conferences ICMC in Copenhagen and Montréal, the Enter3 in Prague and the NYCEMF in new York to the SIGGRAPH Asia in Yokohama, Japan and, more recently, to the Festival for Digital Media Re- New2011 in Copenhagen and at the NIME2011 in Oslo.
    FURTHER WORKSHOPS AT LEAP: “Xth Sense: Biophysical Music” presented by Marco Donnarumma 14.07. & 15.07.2012, 13:00-19.00 Find Infos here:
    PERFORMANCES AT LEAP: Marco Donnarumma and Claudia Robles Angel both will perform at LEAP at “Body Controlled #4 - Bio Interfacing”. Opening on Friday, 13.07.2012, from 20.00.
    LEAP Lab for Electronic Arts and Performance (Berlin Carré 1. Stock) Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 13 10178 Berlin