SomoS Artist-in-Residence Ivetta Sunyoung Kang is a Montreal-based South Korean multidisciplinary artist. She unearths and recontextualizes the memories and ideologies imprinted in found analog film footage.
The 83rd edition of the “Scope Sessions Artist’s Talks & Media Salon” presents Rachid Moro who explores the cross-pollination of electronic music and visuals; and Viviana Druga, who will share her work at the cross-section of ritual, mysticism and performance.
Jonas Blume is a Berlin-based conceptual video and installation artist. His art is centered around the theme of the relationship between online and offline self, and how existence in each realm spawns a multidimensional identity that is neither entirely virtual, nor limited to IRL (in real life) personae. When an individual can exist as multiple […]
Pedro Ferreira, born in Portugal in 1988, is a Berlin-based media artist. He works primarily with experimental and documentary film, video installation and performance. In his work, he explores found footage concepts to reconsider technologies and their failures and expose media materiality. His personal documentary work examines contemporary social issues in an attempt to comprehend […]
In her work, American artist Marguerite Harris merges dated techniques such as analog 35mm film material, analog projection, or video signals with newer editing and computer graphing techniques, creating hybrid installation pieces that re-imagine the traditions of Expanded Cinema and Social Art trough the lens of her Black heritage.
Pedro Zaz is a New-Media artist and VJ working with fulldome / immersive cinema, video projection mapping, television, and audio-visual performance. Zaz is co-founder of the international video artist group United VJs. “United VJs” creatively integrates the digital arts employing Video Projection Mapping, architecture, optical illusions, Fulldome Projection (digital planetariums), software programming, sound and video […]
The lecture “Spherical Revolution – The Past, Present, and Future of Fulldome and VR” by new-media artist Pedro Zaz at SomoS provides a fascinating and fun ride through the history of 360° dome projection and VR. New-media technologies, psychedelic visuals, and the ’80s club culture all come together in this unique presentation. Beyond the history […]
Ink Agop is a Japanese video/multimedia artist based in Berlin, creating video productions as well as video installations. She is involved in ongoing collaborations with performers, choreographers and musicians. Her themes include Techno-Shamanism; the relation between nature, culture, and technique, and the tribal and mystical expressed through the digital. Agop’s highly personal and instantly recognizable […]