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Friday, May 20 • 10:00am - 1:00pm
Video Synthesis + Collaboration FULL

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A collaborative video-making workshop providing participants with the opportunity to learn the basics of modular analog video synthesizers in a creative play space. Led by Jennifer Juniper Stratford with Los Angeles-based synthesizer technician Stephi Duckula, this workshop delivers a hands-on experience and invites all levels of skill, focusing on play, experimentation and improvisation.

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avatar for Jennifer Juniper Stratford (Undervolt & Co)

Jennifer Juniper Stratford (Undervolt & Co)

Jennifer Juniper Stratford is a multidimensional media artist seeking new dimensions and other-worldly representation through the use of obsolete communication technologies. In 2004 she established Telefantasy Studios, an analog media lab and practical effects studio dedicated to... Read More →
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Stephi Duckula (Undervolt & Co.)

Stephi Duckula is an experimental audiovisual artist with a passion for exploring past and present synthesis technologies, while channeling her own brand of nostalgia and ornithomania into surreal variegated mindscapes. Working with electronics and synthesizers for over fifteen years... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 10:00am - 1:00pm EDT
Duke I&E