FITC Toronto 2009

2009-04-25 00:00:00 2009-04-28 00:00:00 America/Toronto FITC Toronto 2009 Now in its 8th year, FITC Toronto is one of the largest and longest running events of its kind in the world. Toronto FITC Toronto

Presentation


Overview

Since 2002, Zachary Lieberman and Golan Levin have worked together as TMEMA, a flexible collaborative unit that develops interactive performances, museum installations, web-based information visualizations, reactive commercial environments, and experimental software systems which meld high-end computation to deeply-rooted sensibilities in human-centred arts and design. At the heart of their art and research is a two-pronged fascination with human gesture and visual abstraction. In this presentation, Zach and Golan present a wide range of collaborative and solo projects which explore the intersection of these areas. The talk concludes with a brief presentation about openFrameworks, an open-source C++ toolkit which they and others now use to make all of their work.

Audiences:
For all audiences, especially fans of high-bandwidth interactive techniques.

Attain:
A glimpse, maybe, of possible near futures (and near misses!) in interactive art and design.