On 7/5/2011, I had a presentation at Europen Humanities University, Vilnius, on the topic: “Visual music: from the early 20th century to the Internet age”.
Description of the presentation: “In this presentation Nuno Correia will present his own audiovisual work as part of Video Jack Studios (www.videojackstudios.com) and present other works that have explored the visualization of sound – from the early days of cinema to contemporary new media art works.”
Many of the videos I presented are available in this YouTube playlist:
Thank you to Tatsiana and Anastasia Kulazhenko for the invitation.
During my trip, I also had the chance to visit the Vilnius Academy of Arts. Excellent facilities, situated in the historical center of Vilnius. Good student works on display throughout the building.
On 23/2/2011, I had a presentation on audiovisual art and my work as Video Jack at Satta club in Vilnius. It was organized by Bangos, the first of a monthly series of talks entitled Teorija.
One Lithuanian blog wrote an accurate post about the event (in Lithuanian):
During my stay in Vilnius, I had the chance to attend two very interesting exhibitions:
Carsten Nicolai (Alva Noto) @ SMC
Žilvinas Kempinas @ Galerija Vartai
I also had two additional DJing performances there:
Yesterday (25/1/2011) I took part in a panel discussion entitled “New Digital Tools, New Media Art and Design“, at the Design Museum Helsinki, organized by Media Lab Helsinki, as part of the Avoin 140 exhibition celebrating the 140 years of TaiK / School of Art and Design. The remaining participants were other members of the Media Lab staff: Koray Tahiroglu, Markku Reunanen, Rasmus Vuori, Till Bovermann.
Event: Media Lab Helsinki Workshop with Klaus Krippendorff
Place: Aalto University, School of Art and Design, Media Lab
Slide show for the presentation:
Link to related project: http://www.avclash.com
Today I will make a presentation on AV Clash, and framing it within my research, at the Media Lab Helsinki Workshop with Klaus Krippendorff.
On May 18 2010, I presented my project AV Clash at e-Vent, a “demo day” type of event at Tallinn University (Estonia), organized by its Institute of Informatics. I was a guest researcher at the Institute of Informatics between 2009 and 2010.
AV Clash was under development at the time. The prototype shown at e-Vent lacked any animation material, and the graphical user interface was incomplete. Still, it was interesting to present a prototype of AV Clash for the first time, before showing a beta version at SMC Barcelona a couple of months later.
Event: From Interdisciplinarity to Intermediality
Place: University of Helsinki, Finland
Slideshow for the presentation:
Today I will make a presentation on “Master and Margarita – An Interactive Audiovisual Adaptation of Bulgakov’s Novel” at the seminar “From interdisciplinarity to intermediality – A change in the research paradigma?”, at University of Helsinki, Finland.
Seminar link: http://helsinginyliopisto.etapahtuma.fi/Default.aspx?tabid=310&id=701
Link to related project: http://www.videojackstudios.com/masterandmargarita
Event: Aalto University Media Factory Researcher’s Forum
Place: University of Art and Design Helsinki, Finland
Slideshow for the presentation:
In 12/11/2009, I made a presentation of the current state of my research at Aalto University Media Factory Researcher’s Forum seminar, “Public Space Contested. New Media Technologies, Art and Society”:
On 7/March/2009, I gave a talk on Video Jack’s “Master and Margarita“at Tusovka’s annual event, in Korjamo, meeting. I also presented a preview of the project, which would premiere a few weeks later at PixelAche Festival, Kiasma Theatre, Helsinki. Tusovka is an association promoting Russian culture in Finland: http://www.tusovka.fi
On 17/11/2008, me and André Carrilho presented our work as Video Jack at the St. Petersburg University of Film and TV, Russia. At the time, we were performing in St. Petersburg at the Electro Mechanica festival, and I was invited to do an artist presentation at the university. Our presentation focused particularly on the Master and Margarita project, being developed at the time.
In 5/6/2008, I participated at the Encontros de Arte e Design (Art and Design Encounters), Coimbra Portugal. Specifically, I presented under the panel on “Creativity, multidisciplinarity and internationalization”. I presented my work as Video Jack so far, with emphasis on the recently released (at the time) AVOL. The event was organized by Escola Superior de Educação de Coimbra.