cyberboy666 & ichi raramuri present [NZ-DE] – Build your own Video Instrument
With today’s surge in interest for hardware audio equipment there are many options for artists to perform with dedicated sound instruments. this is still not the case for real-time video performance. both Korg and Roland have discontinued their video-samplers, leaving nothing commercial to fill this void. r_e_c_u_r is an open-source community and educational project empowering artists to build the tools they need.
Join us for a group session of electronic instrument making! Together we will solder and test diy video-instruments that each participant can take home.
Material cost for the workshop: (recommended donations)
30€ PCB and parts
12€ Raspberry Pi Zero (optional)
Places in the workshop are limited, applications are mandatory by email to email@example.com.
Guergana Tzatchkova is an IT Professional based in Berlin, her interests in the creative uses of media and technology led her to study a master in Design of Multimedia and Interactive Systems and later a PhD in Theory and History of Cinema in Barcelona.
She has been working for several years on projects combining audio, video, design and programming
with both digital and physical interfaces and also on projects related to gender and politics in Chiapas (Mexico)
and Mexico City.
cyberboy666 is a video-art project created by Tim Caldwell from Wellington, New Zealand, (currently based in Berlin). Tim’s interests include experimental video-art and live video performances, DIY electronics and upcycling obsolete consumer equipment. He is also involved in outsider filmmaking and cult film curating, DIY event organising and community spaces. cyberboy666 & ichi raramuri present [NZ/DE]