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Saturday, May 21 • 10:00am - 11:30pm
Software as an Extension of the Creative Process FULL

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Since the 1960s, artists and technologists have used software for the real-time manipulation of image processing.

This workshop is a hands-on demo and studio visit, with Andrew Benson, known for his feedback experimental digital video and animations, is constantly pushing the boundaries of technologies for new ways in which to create work in this expanded media environment. Explore the visual experimentation possibilities of custom software tools Jitter/Max/MSP, and the application of ideas pulled from synthesis (control signals, modulation, feedback, filtering).

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Andrew Benson (Undervolt & Co.)

Andrew Benson is a visual artist and performer based in Los Angeles, working primarily with digital and electronic media. His performances, videos, animations, and internet works are rooted in a material-focused and playful approach to electronic media—pushing the digital form as... Read More →

Saturday May 21, 2016 10:00am - 11:30pm EDT
Duke I&E