Hello!

I'm an artist working in the fields of dance, video and performance. I'm creating my new piece and we will start with a residency in PACT Zollverain, Essen from 21st February to 12 March.

I'm looking for someone who can code and build flexible systems where we can play with video delays, multi-camera switching, real-time to recorded-video switching, etc. I'm not interested in motion capture or VJ or mapping. More the "analog" side of video: record, reproduce, in its infinite ways.

I'm looking for someone with a deep artistic vision, who is not only into technology but who can reflect on the concepts of the piece we will be working in, with experience in group artistic research.

I can offer travel from Europe, accommodation and 200 € per week during the three weeks residency in Essen.

You can check out my work in my site:

www.pabloesbertlilienfeld.com

Let's have a talk, thank you!!

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Comment by Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld on January 18, 2012 at 12:59pm

Hello, Ludmila. 

Thanks for your answer. In fact, I can program most of the things I need, I've been using Max Jitter for a while now. But I want someone really specialized who can take care of that while I concentrate on the other things.

Gracias por tu propuesta!

Comment by Ludmila Pimentel on January 17, 2012 at 5:07pm

I am not sure exactly what you will need, but videodelays can be created so easy in Isadora software, I am a choreographer but always using video, motion tracking and animations to construct the scene of the performance, I think the more important is your theme of the work and what it need to use after...have a look in my works at youtube, just look for Ludmila Pimentel, I am in Munich...and interested also,possible for 1 week work, come back home, come back for the work...

tambien hablo en espanol pues hice me doctorado en artes visuales e intermedia en la UPV de Valencia...mira podemos hablar más por supuesto que si?

Comment by Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld on January 17, 2012 at 1:34pm

Gracias Berta y David! Me pondré en contacto con él

Un saludo!

Comment by LRM Performance on January 17, 2012 at 4:30am

Hola Pablo, ya hemos visto que sigues adelante, enhorabuena. 

 Conocemos alguna persona que quizá te pueda servir; 

Puedes hablar con Philipp Contag-Lada,  

que trabaja en el Staadtheatre Darmstadt, puede hacer lo que necesitas perfectamente,

o quizá te puede recomendar a alguien en Essen

su web:

http://www.7pc.de/index.html

correo:

philipp7pc (arroba) googlemail. com

En la web está también su teléfono.

Salúdale de parte de David y Berta. 

Espero que te pueda ayudar alguno de ellos. 

 Mucha mierda, toi toi toi.

LRM performance

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