- Takeaway Festival 2006
- Takeaway Festival 2007
- Takeaway Festival 2008
- Takeaway Festival 2009
- Mini TKW
More and more people are transforming themselves from media consumers to producers - using the new tools, software and technologies now at their disposal. An extension of TAKEAWAY, the Festival of Do-It-Yourself Media, this workshop will help you to understand what it's all about and how to take part.
David Muth - a London based musician, programmer and artist - will introduce Processing - a free, open-source programming language and development platform aimed at "creatives" and very accessible for those with little previous experience. David will present a range of projects and custom made tools that use this software and provide 'hands-on' opportunities for you to play and experiment for yourselves. The main focus of this workshop will be on sound and
attendees should bring their own laptop.
A joint initiative between the Takeaway Festival of DIY Media Cybersonica and Kinetica Museum.
At the National Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, Finland
Based on student's ideas the workshop is about rapid prototyping of student's ideas in video and than in the real space with real objects. The emphasis is not to achieve high polished edited videos or work but rather to understand the creative experience in the process from idea to the actual work and the possible involvement of technology. What does the artist's understand, what is his/her actual idea how is the perception of the visitor, what is actually going on? Sustainability in the final stage to build the installation, analyse
interactive processes, what are you communicating?
Basic know how of editing and shooting a video (in I movie or final cut) necessary. Students will work in pairs of two or bigger groups.