Instructor: Rebekkah Palov
July 16 – 20, 2018
Workshop Fee: $400, Material Fee: $75
All workshops are filled on a first come basis until the participant maximum is met. Once the class limit is reached, a waiting list will be kept.
Workshop Description: This workshop will be an introduction to techniques, aesthetics and history of video art to understand everything from the moving celluloid image to glitched pixels in video. Experience how translated optics and digital sensing can aid in recording the moment, we will watch film and video artworks. We will record video using both studio and location shooting techniques, applying visual effects and compositing. Editing and mapping video footage in a spatial-temporal event using compositions. Exploring audio-visual relationships, sculpting time by means of light, lens, pixel, sensor, and sound to create finished works.
Artist Bio: Rebekkah Palov b. USA 1969, has a background in cinema with art practice in music, video, digital-print and performance. Her screen and sound work has been exhibited internationally including exhibition at Anthology Film Archives NYC, Mass MoCA Boston, The STONE NYC, Oblo Film Festival Lausanne Switzerland, AMODA - Austin TX , Harvestworks NYC, SoundFjord Gallery London UK, and Digital Art Weeks Zurich Switzerland. She also is a member of "Carrier Band" (IEA Records) and her on-screen performance credits include The Lollipop Generation, film by G.B. Jones and Catalog, film by Stephanie Barber. Palov is a media arts writer and researcher on the history electronic arts, in particular the work of Harald Bode b.1909 (http://econtact.ca/13_4/). She is also a Professor at Kutztown University where she runs the Time-Based/Experimental Media art program.