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Video Projection Mapping with Resolume

Video Projection Mapping with Resolume will be held in person. Currently, you are required to wear a mask and practice social distancing.

You will gain comprehensive skills in cutting edge video performance software called Resolume Arena. Learn how to manipulate and mix videos in real-time, create complex and dynamic compositions from scratch using built-in effects and, most importantly, how to map your video output on site-specific objects, also known as Video Projection Mapping.

Video Projection Mapping with Resolume takes place on 4 consecutive Tuesdays with the final workshop concluding in Trinity Square Video’s gallery space, where each participant will have an opportunity to set-up a show worthy video installation piece using Resolume software.  This is a unique opportunity to learn the software, make a work, set-up your piece, and learn how to trouble shoot during installation.

Minimum Requirements: Laptop (PC or Mac)

Please download Version 7 for this workshop. Scroll down on this page until you see the “Select Version” drop-down menu and select the latest Arena version, 7.11.3. (https://resolume.com/download/)

If you have a video adapter (Apple mini DVI, HDMI, or VGA), please bring it. Trinity Square Video will provide projectors.

Workshop
Video Projection Mapping with Resolume
Instructor
Ilze (Kavi) Briede
Date
June 28, 2022 - July 19, 2022
Time
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location
Trinity Square Video Gallery
401 Richmond Street West
Suite 121
Toronto, ON M5V 3A8
Register

COST: $200 Member / $240 Non-Member > To register email milada@trinitysquarevideo.com.

Biographies:

Ilze (Kavi) Briede

Ilze Briede a.k.a. Kavi is a Latvian/Canadian artist and researcher with broad and diverse interests. Her artistic practice, a hybrid of video, image and object making, investigates the phenomenon of perception and the constraints and boundaries between the senses and knowing. Kavi is currently pursuing a PhD in Digital Media at York University, intersecting art and science research areas such as bio-physiological sensing, computational creativity, and generative art. She has previously shown her work at Currents New Media Festival, International Festival of Digital Culture + Code, IASPM Canada Conference, FACTT Trans-disciplinary & Trans-National Festival of Art & Science, SloMoCo, Fashion Art Toronto, and Toronto Nuit Blanche.