SYNCHRONATOR is an audiovisual project by Bas van Koolwijk and Gert-Jan Prins, for which the artists have developed their own electronics. The project is a continuation of medium specific experiments between image and sound from the early years of video art.
Sonic Acts - Vertical Cinema Synchronator Workshop at STEIM
, 21 February 2014
The Synchronator device converts electronic audio signals into composite video signals. Designed by Bas van Koolwijk and Gert-Jan Prins in 2009, it has seen a steady growth in the number of users since then.
During this workshop, we will introduce you to the background, techniques and use of this device for live improvisation and recordings.
Each participant is invited to work with the Synchronator devices and television monitors, ask questions, and engage in hands-on experiments.
Your instructors: Gert-Jan Prins, Bas van Koolwijk, Tina Frank
- Participants should have an affinity with direct interaction between image and sound.
- Bring your own sound-producing devices to connect to the Synchronator!
More information on the workshop and the instructors can be found here: sonicacts.com
Friday 21 February 2014, 11:00–15:00
Admission: € 20,00
Buy your workshop ticket here: sonicacts.com/store
There is a maximum of 12 participants for this workshop, so act fast!
feb 22 2013, Sonic Acts, Paradiso, Amsterdam NL sonicacts.com
feb 17 2013, La Casa Encendida, Madrid ES lacasaencendida.es
nov 17 2012, Visionsonic, Mains d'Œuvres, Paris FR visionsonic.org
oct 12 2012, Kontraste festival, Minoritenkirche, Krems AT kontraste.at
feb 12 2011, Intro In Situ, Capucijnengang 12, Maastricht NL introinsitu.nl
dec 22 2010, Sensxperiment, Filmoteca de Andalucía, Córdoba ES sensxperiment.es
dec 21 2010, Octubre Centre de Cultura Contemporània, Valencia ES octubre.cat
dec 20 2010, l'ull cec, Nivell Zero/Fundació Suñol, Barcelona ES lullcec.org
nov 6 2010, LAMPO/Graham foundation, Madlener House, Chicago IL USA lampo.org
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