Categories Art, Film Making, Uncategorized

Tonal Projections

“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.”
Pablo Picasso

 

Tonal Projections was where we saw our work from our Masters group come together. It was fantastic to collaboratively work together to produce this almost “pop-up” projection art from inside #TheTank Studio, at Coventry University.

We created a space that was no longer this Kryptonite cube,  it evolved into a projection art space. We had three types of projections going from within the glass cube. Firstly was the main projection on the wall, we blocked all the sunlight out so that the luminance of the projector could be at its fullest and all the colours being able to pop out at the audience.  Then there was Ken experiential projection, which evolved with the setting sun.

Categories 21st Century Media Practice, Art

Art & the electronic Superhighway 2016-1966

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The Electronic Superhighway is a back to the future, historical exhibition, displaying over 100 artworks and the impact of computer technologies and the Internet. South Korean Artist Nam June Paik originally coined the term Electronic Superhighway. He forecasted the idea of a global connection through the use of technologies back in 1974. The Exhibition starts with the technologies that we are familiar with in 2016 and takes this technical dreamscape back all the way to 1966 and finishes with “Experiments in Art & Technology” (E.A.T). EAT was an iconic art movement that took place in 1966.