Time Lenses @ Corps dessinant - Musée des arts et métiers (Paris, France)


Time Lenses (2016) Julian Stein, installation artist Todd Ingalls, video instruments Sha Xin Wei, concept Oana Suteu Khintirian, visual direction Video Installation: Time Lenses (2016) is an installation of multiple displays and cameras that are carefully placed in a physical location to refract activity into a suite of rhythmically recomposed movements. Live video processing instruments will augment the space so that any activity, rehearsed or unrehearsed, quotidian or marked, will refract into a suite of projections, each revealing a different temporal or rhythmic aspect of the corporeal activity within the space. An activity in the space will appear on these life-size installations that act as temporal lenses or temporal mirrors.  As a set, these time lenses explode captured movements into constituent rhythms and display them "contrapuntally" on the image surfaces arrayed in the space. Corps dessinant: À l’occasion de l’exposition "Machines à dessiner", le Musée des arts et métiers s’associe à l’institut ACTE (Unité Mixte de Recherche de l’Université Paris 1, Panthéon Sorbonne et du CNRS), à son programme « Exposer la Recherche » et à son équipe EsPAS (Esthétiques de la Performance et des Arts de la Scène) en invitant douze artistes contemporains à s’emparer du thème de l’exposition pour le transposer au monde de la performance artistique, les samedi 3 et dimanche 4 décembre 2016. Il est ainsi proposé aux visiteurs une lecture alternative, inédite et contemporaine du propos de l’exposition et des collections du Musée des arts et métiers, où corps et machines se confrontent, s’associent et se confondent le temps d’un week-end. ▪︎ Complete Program → http://bit.ly/2g9KNgm

Time Lenses (2016)
Julian Stein, installation artist
Todd Ingalls, video instruments
Sha Xin Wei, concept
Oana Suteu Khintirian, visual direction

Video Installation: Time Lenses (2016) is an installation of multiple displays and cameras that are carefully placed in a physical location to refract activity into a suite of rhythmically recomposed movements. Live video processing instruments will augment the space so that any activity, rehearsed or unrehearsed, quotidian or marked, will refract into a suite of projections, each revealing a different temporal or rhythmic aspect of the corporeal activity within the space. An activity in the space will appear on these life-size installations that act as temporal lenses or temporal mirrors.  As a set, these time lenses explode captured movements into constituent rhythms and display them "contrapuntally" on the image surfaces arrayed in the space.

Corps dessinant: À l’occasion de l’exposition "Machines à dessiner", le Musée des arts et métiers s’associe à l’institut ACTE (Unité Mixte de Recherche de l’Université Paris 1, Panthéon Sorbonne et du CNRS), à son programme « Exposer la Recherche » et à son équipe EsPAS (Esthétiques de la Performance et des Arts de la Scène) en invitant douze artistes contemporains à s’emparer du thème de l’exposition pour le transposer au monde de la performance artistique, les samedi 3 et dimanche 4 décembre 2016. Il est ainsi proposé aux visiteurs une lecture alternative, inédite et contemporaine du propos de l’exposition et des collections du Musée des arts et métiers, où corps et machines se confrontent, s’associent et se confondent le temps d’un week-end.

▪︎ Complete Programhttp://bit.ly/2g9KNgm

Bleepbloopalooza II @ Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)


Performance: live electronics and visuals, presented as part of the second concert in the Bleepbloopalooza series, led by PARIESA (Practice + Research in Enactive Sonic Art) at Arizona State University. The concert took place November 3, 2016 at the Digital Arts Ranch at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ.

Video instruments utilized in the performance were developed both at the Topological Media Lab (Concordia University - Montreal, QC) and the Synthesis Center (Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ).

Time Lenses @ Embodied Encounters - Beall Center for Art + Technology (Irvine, CA)


Time Lenses (2016) Julian Stein, installation artist Todd Ingalls, video instruments Sha Xin Wei, concept Video Installation: Time Lenses (2016) is an installation of multiple displays and cameras that are carefully placed in a physical location to refract activity into a suite of rhythmically recomposed movements. Live video processing instruments will augment the space so that any activity, rehearsed or unrehearsed, quotidian or marked, will refract into a suite of projections, each revealing a different temporal or rhythmic aspect of the corporeal activity within the space. An activity in the space will appear on these life-size installations that act as temporal lenses or temporal mirrors.  As a set, these time lenses explode captured movements into constituent rhythms and display them "contrapuntally" on the image surfaces arrayed in the space. "Embodied Encounters" addresses art-making practices in media arts via the new language of creative cognition. The exhibition demonstrates the philosophical and conceptual ways artists respond to a world made increasingly complex by technology, as well as the evolution of action in artistic creation, and the synergy between materiality and bodily awareness. Through these encounters, we see the divisions between mind and body,self and world dissolve. This phenomenon is highly relevant to contemporary artistic practice as artists become increasingly aware of embodied interaction between intuition, logic, and reason to produce their work.  How does the artist’s consciousness engage in a world comprised of analog, digital, and virtual stimuli? The Beall Center addresses this question through an ambitious, provoking voyage through cognition and intelligence – human and artificial alike. The exhibition runs from October 1, 2016 through January 21, 2017.

Time Lenses (2016)
Julian Stein, installation artist
Todd Ingalls, video instruments
Sha Xin Wei, concept

Video Installation: Time Lenses (2016) is an installation of multiple displays and cameras that are carefully placed in a physical location to refract activity into a suite of rhythmically recomposed movements. Live video processing instruments will augment the space so that any activity, rehearsed or unrehearsed, quotidian or marked, will refract into a suite of projections, each revealing a different temporal or rhythmic aspect of the corporeal activity within the space. An activity in the space will appear on these life-size installations that act as temporal lenses or temporal mirrors.  As a set, these time lenses explode captured movements into constituent rhythms and display them "contrapuntally" on the image surfaces arrayed in the space.

"Embodied Encounters" addresses art-making practices in media arts via the new language of creative cognition. The exhibition demonstrates the philosophical and conceptual ways artists respond to a world made increasingly complex by technology, as well as the evolution of action in artistic creation, and the synergy between materiality and bodily awareness. Through these encounters, we see the divisions between mind and body,self and world dissolve. This phenomenon is highly relevant to contemporary artistic practice as artists become increasingly aware of embodied interaction between intuition, logic, and reason to produce their work.  How does the artist’s consciousness engage in a world comprised of analog, digital, and virtual stimuli? The Beall Center addresses this question through an ambitious, provoking voyage through cognition and intelligence – human and artificial alike.

The exhibition runs from October 1, 2016 through January 21, 2017.

AudioVisual Selections @ PCA (Phoenix, AZ)


Performance: live electronics and projection, presented as part of the AudioVisual Selections series at the Phoenix Center for the Arts on June 24, 2016.

Some of the video instruments utilized in the performance were developed both at the Topological Media Lab (Concordia University - Montreal, QC) and the Synthesis Center (Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ).

link: https://vimeo.com/172352824

lux urbem @ Mixed Medium Mixed Theme [MMMT] (Phoenix, AZ)


video installation: a study on the synchronization of sound and image. lux urbem is a video work both for installation and single channel format, exploring city light (both exterior and interior) through demonstrations of movement and shape. All images were captured during the Winter 2011 in Montréal, QC.

The work was presented silently at the Mixed Medium Mixed Them (MMMT) Gallery show at the Phoenix Center for the Arts in Phoenix, AZ on April 1 + 15, 2016. The exhibition explored the current artistic climate of the Phoenix-Metro area

https://vimeo.com/35674737

Native Alien @ TransCultural Exchange Concert (Boston, MA)


PERFORMANCE: TransCultural Exchange Concert at Goethe-Institut Boston, with Works by Rudi Punzo, Yannick Franck and Sandeep Bhagwati. The concert took place on February 27th, 2016 as part of the TransCultural Exchange Conference in Boston, MA.

Native Alien: Sandeep Bhagwati (composer), Felix del Tredici (bass trombone), Navid Navab (computer musician), Julian Stein (computer scores) 

Source: http://www.thebostoncalendar.com/events/tr...