Beginner workshop vvvv

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Beginner workshop vvvv
Sunday October 7, 2018
Sensor Lab, Plompetorengracht 4, 3512 CC Utrecht

Presale: €15,- (excl. €1,- service costs / incl coffee & tea)
Door: €17,5
Buy your ticket here: https://ccu.stager.nl/web/tickets/250617

Registration: 10:30 | Start workshop: 11:00 sharp!

Always been intrigued by visual programming? Looking for a tool to make quick interactive prototypes? Crazy about live-programming environments? Then this vvvvorkshop is just for you!
Bram Snijders and Carolien Teunisse will show you around vvvv : a multipurpose toolkit. They will introduce you to the interface and will explain a bunch of cool examples, at the end of the day you will have your very own generative/interactive patch!

About vvvv
vvvv is a hybrid visual/textual live-programming environment for easy prototyping and development (https://vvvv.org/)
No prior programming experience is required to take part, everyone is welcome to join!

About the workshop leaders:
Carolien Teunisse is an Utrecht based visual media artist, researcher and curator. With her work she aims to discover interesting dialogues that occur between different types of media, merging realities and between humans and technology by using projection and sensing devices to create installations and immersive experiences. Besides making work she is also passionate about passing knowledge and skills on to others, ranging from children to professional creatives. Apart from co-founding FIBER and CCU, she is a also member of DEFRAME, a collective of visual artists whose focus lies on audiovisual installations and live visual performances.

Bram Snijders is a Dutch media artist whose works include augmented realities, video projections, interactive installations, robotics and live visuals. In his work, Bram explores the capabilities of various media and digital technologies for mixing virtual dimensions with the physical world. He is particularly interested in how the virtual is influenced by the physical and vice versa.