Scope Sessions 88 – MindBuffer & Ramses Salas
Artist Talks & Media Salon
05.12.2019 6:30pm - 9pm
Thursday December 5th, 2019, 7pm, SomoS hosts Scope Sessions – Artist Talks & Media Salon edition #88. The two artist speakers for this session will be Dr.Joshua Batty and Mitchell Nordine (MindBuffer) & Ramses Salas.
MindBuffer is a nine year collaboration between Dr.Joshua Batty and Mitchell Nordine. The pair have traveled and worked together extensively on a wide range of audiovisual and interactive projects around the world. They are also the authors of the open-source Rust creative coding framework called Nannou.
Recent work includes smart mirror installations for IBM’s Watson, multiple 15-year audiovisual installations for Melbourne Museums’ ScienceWorks, architectural projection mapping with network-synchronised audio for RMIT University and collaborations with reknowned artists including Playmodes, Rob Clouth, Andy Thomas, Trifonic and others.
MindBuffer’s talk will be about their work with creative coding, audiovisual generative design, synchronisation, realtime, immersive installations and their creative coding framework ‘Nannou’.
More Information: https://mindbuffer.net/
Video interactive graphic projections
Ramses Salas is a Web/Software Developer based in Berlin and graduated from Charles III University of Madrid in 2016. Member of the Dance and Technologies laboratory at the same University during 2016 and 2017. He has collaborated in the creation of video interactive pieces presented as part of contemporary dance performances at Conde Duque Madrid Cultural Centre and the theatre of the University of León. Salas cooperated with Iria do Castelo for the recent Un_Real Desires exhibition at SomoS.
Ramses will talk about his work in creating visual art, computer graphics, interactive projections using tools such as Unity, OpenFrameworks and Kinect.
More Information: https://www.instagram.com/ramjsm/
Scope is a meeting point for the creative and the curious, a platform for sharing and learning in an informal setting. Guest artists are invited to present a project, a concept, a process or an experience. The presentations are short, around 30 minutes and unrestricted in form. Each session offers a variety of topics and approaches; Scope is about exposure, not for the artist, but for the audience.
More Information: http://scopesessions.org/