Learn about projection mapping and live image processing as you create a piece and show it in a public, guerrilla projection bombing session. The intensive workshop will include a brief theoretical lecture as well as hands-on training and project creation using Q-lab, a user friendly software for the creation of rich multimedia designs for live performances and installations, and Mad Mapper, a video mapping software. Check out excerpts from Red and Blue and Their Daughter Purple, a work by instructor Max Bernstein that utilizes techniques such as video mapping, here.
Max Bernstein was born in Buffalo, NY where he received his BA in Media Study, with a production concentration from the University at Buffalo. He received his MFA in film and studio art from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Bernstein’s work meanders through the liminal spaces between cinema, theater, sculpture, performance, and media, arriving at interdisciplinary experiences. He is interested in contending with the limitations and problems of presentation and representation, which are inherent to moving image and other forms of projected work.