Program

MASTERCLASS: Tactile Materiality, Stereoscopy and VR - Online
MASTERCLASS: Tactile Materiality, Stereoscopy and VR - Online
MASTERCLASS: Tactile Materiality, Stereoscopy and VR - Online
MASTERCLASS: Tactile Materiality, Stereoscopy and VR - Online

MASTERCLASS: Tactile Materiality, Stereoscopy and VR - Online
MASTERCLASS: Tactile Materiality, Stereoscopy and VR - Online
MASTERCLASS: Tactile Materiality, Stereoscopy and VR - Online
MASTERCLASS: Tactile Materiality, Stereoscopy and VR - Online

In her new project The Orchid and the Bee, interdisciplinary artist Frances Adair Mckenzie brings a keen sense of play to the realm of virtual reality by combining the tactile materiality of old-school stop-motion animation and stereoscopy with cutting-edge technology. The result is an expressionistic spiral ode to our evolutionary future and life's labyrinthine struggle for existence, as seen through a chain of genetic love affairs.

In this presentation, Frances will offer insight into her artistic process—from initial research to the construction of a rotating motorized set and stereo workflows for VR compositing in Nuke.

This activity takes place in English - although questions in French are also welcome.
It will remain available in the archives of the Forum’s online application until September 20.

This activity appears as part of AMPLIFY D.A.I

AMPLIFY D.A.I is an initiative of the British Council in partnership with MUTEK Montréal, MUTEK Buenos Aires and Somerset House Studios in the UK. The programme is supported by Canada Council for the Arts and Fundación Williams.

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