No, that’s not what you think. You might love Animation COMP or make mind-blowing GLSL moves out of Robert Penner’s book – no one blames you, but not this time. We are going to create a one night stand protocol, cross-pollinating our TD networks in and out and then witness how something larger than a sum of components would emerge.
- skills diversity!
if you are going to install TD first time in your life before the meetup and clever enough to think that cross-pollinating is a perfect kick-off – don’t hesitate to register (but most importantly INSTALL TD BEFORE THE MEETUP, it’s even more important than to registered, no joke!)
if your storage is full-packed with your .tox wizardry – we guess you are willing to show it off and at the same hunt for young blood and lucid pre-Derivative perception to be inspired with
(these are the extremes, any inbetweenness is obviously welcome)
- bring your loot
a VR headset, Arduino with sensors and motors, small Banana Tree, DMX something, Kinect, Beamer, Laser, LiDAR, Toy Puppy, Korg Whatever, LED Panel, – anything that somehow can be TD-exploited
Dropped out of Mathematics and Mechanics at Saint-Petersburg State University in 2008, thinking that a career in multimedia integration is a promising workaround. In 2012, after random collision with Paolo Caliari’s “The Wedding at Cana”, found himself standing in museum very unhappy with himself and consequently became a VJ. Later logically got interested in contemporary art, which in turn raised the question of the lacking education. Searching for answers studied in “Chto Delat” engaged art school, Rodchenko art school, Strelka Institute and various edutainment facilities. Participated in some Biennials, Residencies, Festivals and still does sometime.
Uses tech tools for production – programming, diy circuitry, VR, lasers
Most of the time tries to release his creative practices from external funding, therefore takes part in commercial projects, selecting those that are challenging enough, like accepting Chief Video Engineer position at Planetarium #1 with an official duty to make it the biggest and the most cost-efficient at the same time.
Knowledge-sharing enthusiast, once inspired by Seymour Paupert’s book, designed some programs for various audiences. Enjoys hacking in broad sense and is among organizers of the huge annual “Reality, Virtually, Hackathon!” at the MIT Media Lab.