Archiving As Resistance, un taller con Lara Baladi facilitado por Rodrigo Delso

sábado 28

11h a 14h - Conference "Archive as resistance".

The conference on Saturday 28 at 11am will be in English without translation. Free admission until full capacity.

La conferencia del Sábado 28 a las 11h será en inglés sin traducción. Entrada libre hasta completar aforo.

16h a 21h - Comienzo del taller de producción audiovisual con

                       materiales propuestos por los participantes.

Domingo 29

11h a 15h - Continuación y desenlace del taller.


Para participar en el taller es necesaria inscripción.

 

La historia de los barrios de Madrid empieza en las grandes zonas

cocTELL 4, última sesión de narrativas para la innovación democrática

El próximo 21 de febrero, Medialab Prado acoge una cuarta sesión de cocTELL 4, alrededor de narrativas de la participación. El encuentro servirá para trabajar los imaginarios y los mecanismos de la innovación democrática del siglo XXI e historias transformadoras.

El cocTELL 4, del cual se han desarrollado ya dos sesiones de trabajo (14 de diciembre, 10 de enero y 14 de febrero), investigao paradigma de la radicalidad democrática, sus diferentes formas de gobernanza y sus mecanismos colectivos: procesos descentralizados, procesos bottom up, desintermediación, asamblearismo, rotatividad de

Collaborator - Mez Breeze

Estado de propuesta
Enviada
Datos personales
Apellidos
Breeze
Teléfono
467173378
Nombre real
Mez
Fecha de nacimiento
29-04-1970
Correo electrónico
mezbreezedesign@gmail.com
País
Australia
¿Cómo conociste esta convocatoria?
I was invited to participate via a direct message on Twitter.
Detalles

Antecedentes

Resumen biográfico
Mez Breeze crafts VR sculptures/paintings, VR + AR experiences, games, experimental storytelling, Virtual Reality Literature, and other genre-defying output. In 1994 Mez first started using the World Wide Web to author digital works, and she hasn’t slowed since. Current and past tinkerings include the Virtual Reality Adventure Perpetual Nomads, predicting the rise of Augmented Reality at The Next Web, exhibiting with the Third Faction Collective at World of Warcraft: Emergent Media Phenomenon, and creating A Place Called Ormalcy, a dystopian Sketchfab-based VR Literature work. In January 2019, A Place Called Ormalcy was shortlisted in the 2018 If:book New Media Writing Prize, with Mez’s in-progress Virtual Reality project A Million and Two also achieving an Honorable Mention in the Dot Award Category. In 2018, Mez partnered with Microsoft, Samsung and MasterpieceVR for their VR Influencers Sustainability Initiative where VR Artists were invited to design models using a Windows Mixed Reality Headset. Also in 2018, Mez’s Virtual Reality Literature Experience Our Cupidity Coda made the finals of the 2018 EX Experimental New Media Art Awards, while also making both the 2018 Opening Up Digital Fiction Writing Competition and the 2018 Queensland Literary Awards for Digital Literature Shortlists. In November 2017, This Golden Stance was showcased at the Las Ranetas International Festival of Virtual Reality (alongside the Oculus Story Studio produced Dear Angelica and Sony’s Snatch): as of May 2018, this VR Sculpture is now on official display at the Museum of Other Realities. In 2016, Mez took up an invite from the digital arts organisation Rhizome to have work memorialized in their Net Art Anthology: in January 2019, this Anthology also launched in print book form. Her co-developed narrative game All the Delicate Duplicates has won multiple awards, including the 2015 Tumblr International Arts and Media Prize, 2016 Best Overall Game at the Game City Festival, and the 2017 Dundee Game Design Award in the Best Experimental Game Category. #PRISOM, Mez’s co-developed 2013 Augmented Reality Game was commissioned for the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality. Academic James O’Sullivan describes #PRISOM as: “…the digital equivalent of Orwell’s 1984“. Mez’s projects are taught worldwide. Her works reside in Collections as diverse as The World Bank, Cornell’s Rose Goldsen Archive and the National Library of Australia. She is also in the process of developing a comprehensive career archive with Duke University’s Curator Collection team: this archive is to be housed at the Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Conocimientos técnicos
Mez currently serves as an Advisor to the Mixed Augmented Reality Art Research Organisation, an Editorial Board Member of the Digital Journal Thresholds, a co-founder of the XR Artists Collective, and is a Senior Research Affiliate of the Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab.

Información del proyecto

Imagen principal
Screenshot from "The Thing Tableau" Interactive Project
Descripción de tu proyecto

The Thing Tableau is a 3D/VR work conceived and designed in Virtual Reality. Its story unfolds through a digital narrative that can only be viewed online. The story references insomnia and the thoughts and language that can creep and reoccur when in this twilightish state. The project is designed for audience interaction through click-based annotations with an experimental soundtrack.

Requisitos técnicos
Instructions and Navigation:
– If viewing with a Desktop PC Browser:
1. Load The Thing Tableau here: https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/the-thing-tableau-3a6f8f31dbb74754bcf8ec6c353f1503 on your desktop computer using a WebVR-enabled browser (Firefox preferred).
2. Start navigating through the work by pressing the large white arrow. For optimal reading/viewing, please make sure to click the bottom right diagonal arrows icon to expand to full screen. To finish, please press the white top right “x” in the Chapter Window. There’s also an option to share or embed the Chapter using the share icon to the left of this “x”.
3. Click and hold with your mouse to rotate to explore all aspects of the work. Use the annotation bar located at the bottom of the display window to click through/progress through each annotation. This annotation bar displays short title text, which when clicked may reveal a box containing additional text for that annotation. When clicking on this annotation bar with your right mouse button, options pop up allowing you to choose to hide all annotations, or choose autoplay to have the text automatically play.
4. For additional help and options, please click on the icons listed at the bottom of the work display window. The icons on the bottom right hand side include:
– The “?” icon which shows additional help instructions including Navigation Basics, Resetting the Camera View, and All Controls
– The Volume icon which toggles the audio on or off and shows a volume adjustment slider
– The Settings “Cog” icon which allows you to toggle the navigation between “Orbit” and “First Person”
– The Model Inspector “PageStack” icon which brings up an information menu about the 3D model in the Chapter
– The View in VR “White Mask” icon, which, when clicked, allows the Chapter to be explored and read using a VR headset
– The Fullscreen “Double Arrows” icon which, when clicked, does what it says (surprise!).

– If viewing with a VR Headset (recommended option if VR Hardware is available):
1. Load The Thing Tableau here: https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/the-thing-tableau-3a6f8f31dbb74754bcf8ec6c353f1503 on your desktop computer or mobile phone using a WebVR-enabled/Mozilla Firefox browser.
2. Press the large white arrow. For VR viewing (with a Vive headset/controller for teleportation if possible), please now click the bottom right-hand “View in VR” white mask icon at the bottom of the display window before putting on your VR headset. If using a Headset with controllers, you can teleport around the VR space (and even teleport into the model) using the same annotation selection process as is described above.
3.To go back to viewing via the browser, remove your headset and again press the “View in VR” white mask icon at the bottom of the display window.

– If viewing with a Mobile Device without VR Hardware (experimental option: if viewing using a horizontal orientation please follow the instructions for Desktop PC Browsers instead):
1. Load The Thing Tableau here: https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/the-thing-tableau-3a6f8f31dbb74754bcf8ec6c353f1503 on your mobile phone using an up-to-date WebVR enabled/ Mozilla Firefox browser (note: contains audio).
2. Start navigating through the work by pressing the large white arrow. For optimal reading/viewing, please make sure to click the bottom right diagonal arrows icon to expand to full screen. You may also be prompted to tap to play the soundtrack. To finish, please press the white top right “x” in the Chapter Window. There’s also an option to share or embed the Chapter using the share icon to the left of this “x”.
3. Use the white arrows located in the mid point of the left and right hand sides of the display window to read through each annotation. Using these arrows displays text with “+ more info” text lines which (when tapped) may reveal a textbox containing additional text for that annotation: please close this window using the white top right “x” after reading.
4. For additional help and options, please click on the icons listed at the bottom of the work display window. The icons on the bottom right hand side include:
– The “?” icon which shows additional help instructions including Navigation Basics, Resetting the Camera View, and All Controls
– The Volume icon which toggles the audio on or off and shows a volume adjustment slider
– The Settings “Cog” icon which allows you to toggle the navigation between “Orbit” and “First Person”
– The Model Inspector “PageStack” icon which brings up an information menu about the 3D model in the Chapter
– The View in VR “White Mask” icon, which, when clicked, allows the Chapter to be explored and read using a VR headset
– The Fullscreen “Double Arrows” icon which, when clicked, does what it says (double surprise!).
Descripción del perfil de los colaboradores que requieren el proyecto
Mez Breeze is the author, designer, audio engineer, and developer of the project.
Calendario de producción
The work is complete and ready for exhibition.
Archivos adjuntos

Collaborator - Vinícius Cardoso

Estado de propuesta
Borrador
Datos personales
Apellidos
Santos
Teléfono
+5511984238094
Género
Hombre
Ciudad
São Paulo
Nombre real
Vinícius
Fecha de nacimiento
20-05-1985
Correo electrónico
vcardososantos@gmail.com
País
Brasil
¿Cómo conociste esta convocatoria?
rivet.es
Detalles

Antecedentes

Resumen biográfico
DANCE PROJECTS
In order to develop dance film works, Vinícius Cardoso created Blanche Films, company that count on audiovisual, fashion and ballet professionals. A group of creative collaborators led by the director who was marked in the national and international scene creating art projects. Works that have been nominated in more than 40 film festivals of dance films and short films around the world.

2017 . VANITAS
The film brings the iconic Brazilian actress Vera Valdez interpreting the hell of the "Garden of Eartlhy Delights". A dance-theater film based on Bosch’s work launches a scene from the painter to contemporary ballet talking about finitude, beauty and death, in which vanity is condemned to look at its own reflection for eternity. Work that has gone through more than 20 festivals and has 6 awards such as in Choreoscope Festival, in Spain, and Des Arts de Cinés, in France.
https://vimeo.com/212258136/30d90ea549

2016 . ANTHROPOPHAGY
The short film is an interpretation of the "Anthropophagic Manifesto", writen by the known Brazilian author Oswald de Andrade. This is a dance made inside the Oca, a major building signed by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo. A sum of national elements that appeared in more than 5 festivals, as the Roullout, in China, Migrations Dance Film Festival, in UK.
https://vimeo.com/158570895

2015 . TREE OF OBLIVION
Made by invitation of the company Balé of the City of São Paulo, this work talks about the rituals made by the Africans, before embarking on the slave ships,
running around a tree to forget their identities. A dance film that went through 10 international film festivals, such as Triskelion, in New York, and Dance in Focus, in Rio de Janeiro.
https://vimeo.com/135602313

2015 . WHONIVERSE
Project consisting of two films registered in the art exhibition "Made by ... Made by Brasileiros", who was at the old Matarazzo Hospital in São Paulo. CRUSHING WEIGHT and CONSPIRATORY VISIONS OF BLUE have gone through more than 45 festivals of the category around the world, showing the body in movement, in dialogue with architecture and works of art. Two films that count on first place awards at the London Fashion Film Festival and Video-Arte em Dança, from Centro Cultural São Paulo, in 2016.
https://vimeo.com/110428365
https://vimeo.com/110517969
Conocimientos técnicos
CREATIVE CROSSMEDIA
Journalist, Art Director and Film Director
Interested in all fields of art and communication, with contributions for fashion brands and also to the art world with the following qualifications:

ART VIDEOGRAPHER
Production and direction of film projects, with experience in all processes involving audiovisual pieces. Having collaborated in all areas of cinema mainly direction, cinematography and edition.

ART DIRECTOR
Creation of projects that include photography, video, design and editorial content for magazines, in addition to advertising actions for trademarks. As well as elaboration of dance film series.

JOURNALIST
Development of art, design, culture and fashion articles for Brazilian publications. Besides editing web content and creating marketing actions for social media.

BACHELOR DEGREE
Journalism
Faculdade Cásper Líbero, São Paulo - SP, Brazil
(2005 - 2008)

MASTER
Semiotics and Psychoanalysis
PUC - São Paulo - SP, Brazil
(2009-2011)

Información del proyecto

Imagen principal
 In the scene, the sculpture of the artist Maria Martins shows two figures that refer to a man and a woman insinuating a kisses. The two have heads that are big mouths with frightening fangs.
Descripción de tu proyecto

TROPIQUES is a short film that adds visual arts, cinema and contemporary Brazilian dance to the art landscape of Spain with the aim of transcribing to the movement the power of two great names in Art: Maria Martins and Marcel Duchamp. Basically, the film is the surrealistic look of Duchamp to the intense sculptures made by the Brazilian artist, defining the sensorial encounter that gives rise to this research. The ten-minute work - divided into four acts - will originate from the deep relationship that the artists had, which is still a source of mystery in their biographies, but which marked

Descripción del perfil de los colaboradores que requieren el proyecto
Bruno H Castro . SCREENWRITER
Journalist and writer, he is the author of the award-winning animated short film Guida, a film that features 2D drawings by the artist Rosana Urbes. It’s movie presenting an elderly character, a frustrated ballerina, who revives her dreams by posing naked in live model classes. The work released in 2015 received more than 80 awards around the world. In addition to two crystals in Annecy, the French festival which is the Oscar of the animated film.
Besides to the universe of drawings, the writer developed scripts for Vinícius Cardoso's award-winning dance films such as Crushing Weight, Conspiratory Visions and Vanitas. In the area of documentary, the screenwriter is responsible for GRAEME (Trailer Filmes) – awarded in the 2014 Short Film Announcement of the Brazilian Ministry of Culture. And the feature film After you were (Gullane Filmes).

Anselmo Mancini . MUSIC COMPOSER
Bachelor in Music Composition, Master in Audiovisual and currently working on his PhD research about 'the possibilities of producing sound in live cinema performances' - all of degrees at University of Sao Paulo – USP. In 2014 was finalist of the Transatlantyk Instant Composition Contest, in Poland, where got the 4th prize and honorable mention for original rhythmical work.
Also in 2014 presented his paper about Villa-Lobos’ music for the feature “The Discovery of Brazil” at the Surrey Film Music Conference, in the UK. As music director and composer of Teatro de Narradores, presented the spectacle “Final City – Choir City – Reverse City” at the Book Fair 2013, in Frankfurt, Germany.
contemplated with the Santander Bank Scholarship of International Mobility
In 2012 was
in order to attend an exchange postgraduate program in Film Studies at
King’s College London, UK.

João Zambom . ART DIRECTOR
Based in Madrid, the creator
Calendario de producción
Pre-Production
The first phase, written over 10 days before the filming, will be an immersion in the narrative involving director, screenwriter and cast. The biographies of the artists of reference, their creative inspirations, their historical contexts, among other details, will be scrutinized so that the interpreters are drenched by the facts, which they will begin to translate into choreographic phrases. In parallel, the music producer in Brazil will begin the composition of the soundtrack. As the art director based in Madrid will begin the process of researching and creating the reenactment of Étant Donnés's scenery, as well as choosing the scene props and the costumes. At the same time writer and director will trace the sequence of acts that will mark the 10 minutes of the short film. Decoupling the story as a script the traditional cinema but guiding each sequence from the feelings that we will offer to the dancers on the scene at the moment of filming, so that they interpret the script.

Production
The filming phase will take 6 days following the narrative flow predicted in the script, using in the set everything made in pre-production as soundtrack and art direction. The first day will be reserved for the choreographic rehearsals. And in sequence, there are 5 filming days between an indoor location and open air spaces located in Madrid. The first day will be concentrated in the indoor place, there will be designed one of the main scenes of the film, which will be a live action play by Étant Donnés, by Marcel Duchamp. The 4 subsequent days will take place in 4 Madrid locations, which will be discovered in the pre-production, in the research and development phase of the script.

Post production
The editing work will be defined in two weeks, counting with the assembly of scenes based on the script. And also based on the soundtrack, already finished in this stage. The 10-minute film then departs for completion, with color treatment, which will take three days of investment. So the next phase marks the delivery of the work and the development of the marketing and communication plan, which includes the launching of the film and its distribution counting on the submission at dance film festivals around the world.

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Planteamiento

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Planteamiento

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Planteamiento

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Planteamiento

Durante el encuentro, que empezará a las 10:00 horas, tendremos ocasión de aprender muchas cosas juntas:

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Planteamiento

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