Artistic residency in Netherlands

Impakt has selected the Brazilian artist Lucas Bambozzi for the residency in Utrecht, NL. The residency foresees the development of a project related to the theme “The Right to Know”, along July and August 2011. About Impakt: The Impakt Foundation focuses on presenting and stimulating innovative audiovisual artsin an interdisciplinary context. To this end Impakt organises the annual Impakt Festival and year-round Impakt Events; short … Continue »Artistic residency in Netherlands

ISEA2010 RUHR Exhibition

Mobile Crash is being on exhibition at ISEA 2010, the 16th International Symposium on Electronic Arts. This year it happens in Dortmund, Ruhr, in Germany Fri 20 August–Sat 5 September 2010 More than thirty international artists and artist groups urge visitors to the exhibition into new perspectives on environmental issues, questions of identity and discussions about the ever-present social-media. What does a human hair sound … Continue »ISEA2010 RUHR Exhibition

Microcinema [versão provisória disponibilizada]

Publico aqui, em caráter provisório, uma versão para download do projeto de livro Microcinema em formato e-book/pdf. Uma nova versão, revisada e finalmente com ISBN deverá ser disponibilizada em breve, a partir de seu lançamento pela editora @ (Marcus Bastos e Giselle Beiguelman). A versão que contém vídeos gera um arquivo muito pesado (112Mb) para ser carregada neste blog. Microcinema (download . versão foto)

Los mapas del futuro, desde Argentina

Dias passados a Giselle Beiguelman pescou a seguinte matéria no : “Crear, producir y trabajar con herramientas actuales implica enfrentarse a paradigmas también actuales”, escribió el año pasado Lucas Bambozzi en Vídeo en Latinoamérica. Una historia crítica (Brumaria). El mismo Bambozzi que muestra la instalación Mobile Crash en la exposición Geografías celulares, en el Espacio Fundación Telefónica. Cuatro enormes pantallas que se activan con la … Continue »Los mapas del futuro, desde Argentina

Mobile Crash – working great in Buenos Aires!

The set up of the installation Mobile Crash! was finished today. It uses a new interface specially developed for the work, which is really intuitive: one would just point to one of the four big screens to make it respond by triggering a sequence of videos. The images, edited in a rhythmic and increasingly noisier sequence (up to 12 levels) show technologic devices, mainly mobile … Continue »Mobile Crash – working great in Buenos Aires!