SPEKTRUM | art science community Bürknerstraße 12 12047 Berlin
30 minutes to share ideas and news from the VJ network in Berlin and worldwide.
Presentations followed by a discussion round to answer questions and give a productive feedback. This session is made for sharing and learning from each other.
VJ TALK by VJ Fader
VJ Fader will present his VJ Software AVmixer with a new feature to search and mix GIF animations during a live performance. We will discuss the importance of GIFs as a source material for VJing and how to harvest this vast pool of content through Giphy API.
“LoveMobile” – LIVE AV by BeBab
In the countryside of Germany near Wolfsburg / Volkswagen in the middle of nowhere, you can find your luck with the prostitutes of the “lovemobile” as the trailers along the state road B18.
This engaged VJ set shows the point of view of the prostitutes hardcore / waiting / hope for happiness.
“Interspaces” – LIVE AV by Morgan Jenks
The audiovisual artist will present motion tracking data sculptures made with Max/MSP/Jitter, giving the audience a chance to interact with them. Notable technical aspects of these works include dynamically loading and closing different max patches on a single-screen installation, handling variable screen and webcam orientations, and mapping webcam input to GPU particle flow fields.
Music Live Set by Jean P‘ark
About the artists
VJ Fader (DE)
VJ Fader (James Cui) is a visual artist who works with multimedia in a variety of disciplines. From stage design, video mapping, generative animation, software design to art installations, his work has been shown to countless audiences around the world. He has exhibited at numerous festivals such as Coachella (Indio), Burningman (Black Rock City), Insomniac Events (Los Angeles), Fuji Rock Festival (Japan), Mapping Festival (Geneva), Backwoods Music Festival (Oklahoma) and INTRO music festival (China).
BeBab is a visual artist based in Berlin. She describes herself as addicted to VIS/ual/ION/s, lost in live cinema, and auto/didact in the act. It will be her first VJ performance on stage before her first festival gig in June. She is also a chief editor for Cinema and works with directors, such as Wim Wenders or Markus Imhoof (Eldorado, now in Kino).
Morgan Jenks (USA)
Morgan Jenks is an audiovisual artist based in central Texas whose work spans music composition, interactive media, visual art and education. Most of his recent projects probe the growing rift between technologized society and the non-man-made, gathering field recordings of sounds and images as a catalyst to spend more time exploring the outdoors, and exploring the recorded data with computers to create works that fluctuate ambiguously between idealization and deconstruction.
Jean P’ark (DE)
Jean P’ark is a multi-instrumentalist and sound artist from Berlin, Germany. She is playing in different projects as well as solo with the musical focus on minimalism, repetition, sound in itself, extreme dynamics, also free tonal improvisation and extended techniques and preparations on their instruments (saxophones, clarinets, keyboards, electronics, string instruments) using those techniques to create atmospheres and varying moods and always questioning how can these sounds influence the (well-) being of herself and others.