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CLIP 11678

The Creators Project - new technologies in art and music

The Creators Project - new technologies in art and music

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Key Info
  • The Creators Project - new technologies in art and music
  • Duration: 03:26
  • BBC’s Click programme showcases The Creators Project - a series of worldwide network events celebrating technology and creativity in the digital arts and the clubbing scene. Vice magazine and INTEL have collaborated to present the work of artists using technology to create and share their work, at a series of parties around the world. Featured work includes Karl Sadler’s multimedia installation ‘Funky Forest’, two pieces by British-based collective United Visual Artists (UVA) - an interactive LED triptych consisting of three light screens that respond to the people around them and a responsive video mirror project called ‘Hereafter’; Felix Thorn’s music-making machines (kinetic sculptures) and DJ and director Saam Farahmand’s live set which involves video-mixed portraits of exhibition visitors. This BBC Click clip is published as part of BBC News Online, and was first broadcast on 27 August 2010. Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
  • Subject:

    Art and Design


    New Technologies

  • Keywords: new technology, multimedia, installation, music, kinetic, sculpture, computer, The Creators Project, Karl Sadler, United Visual Artists, Felix Thorn, Saam Farahmand, DJ, video, LED, triptych, interactive
Ideas for use in class
  • Introduction to use of new technology in art, source material for projects involving new technology, music, installation, dance.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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