Instructor : Maxime Corbeil-Perron Single rate of $15
Beyond the projected movie in a theater, now film, moving image and visual works are presents in various environments. During this theoretical workshop, participants will explore the history of audiovisual performance practices, from examples of contemporary practices to the use of different devices that emit light to present images in a performance context, in particular, overhead projectors and digital projectors. Techniques for modulating live images will also be studied, such as prisms, filters, synthesizers and software.
Maxime Corbeil-Perron is a Montreal-based composer, director and audiovisual performance artist whose work has been highlighted by numerous international competitions, media and festivals. His artistic practice has evolved in various forms: music, cinema, audiovisual performance, video art, electroacoustic music, electronic and mixed-media music, light and sound performance. As a director, his work has been recognized with special mentions from the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma (Canada, 2019), the Aguilar Short Film Festival (Spain, 2019) and VIDEOFORMES (France, 2020). He received the prize in the art and experimentation category at the Rendez-Vous Québec Cinéma (Canada, 2020). He is also the recipient of the Euterke Video Prize (2017), awarded by the S.A.T., Elektra and Igloofest.