WATERWHEEL WORLD WATER DAY SYMPOSIUM 2014 – 3WDS14 spanned an entire week 17-23 March 2014 on Waterwheel.
THE PROGRAMME had 42 sessions with activists, artists and scientists sharing their ideas about “Water Views: Caring and Daring”.
According the latest information, more than 450 participants from 34 countries took part from 81 locations.
VOICE OF THE FUTURE, first edition, marked an important step in including youth participation to this symposium. SEE REVIEWS
An e-book with all proceedings will be published by end of 2014:
Title: Water Views: Caring and Daring
Sub-title: 3WDS14 – Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014 – Waves, Ripples and Splashes.
VOICE FOR THE FUTURE
Youth Participation in the Symposium – up to age 18 – No entry fee
DEADLINE: 31 December 2013
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Automate self-playing installation by Norway artists…poetic, humorous, strong. (I have to find details in my suitcase!)
It was the first room in the basement, the objects seemed to be recup from a beach and were making sounds when activated. they were moving on rails, there were 2 projectors on frontal, and one retro-projecting + 4 strong side diagonal lights which were performing as much as the objects.
Projection of submarine, water,… can’t say exactly. At time, projections were made to fit exactly the objects, inhabiting them. I dived into another world.
Networked/telematic/telepresence performance/presentation & real time media mixing laboratory exploring & testing the online venue TAP,
– as well as the tools: webcams (which can move, rotate, resize, flip in real time), but also mix & use media palettes, realtime drawing tool & type chat, we will use our own bodies
– explorations: scores/parameters/mini-scripts on the theme of water, interaction between webcams & body movements/voice & media, mixing & layering media (also with webcams), interaction text/voice/sound/chat, interaction online/onsite spaces with or without projections Documentation of previous laboratories on the blog
– exploring & testing TAP – as a new platform in development: what works, what doesn’t, what can be improved, wish list
– make your own performances/presentations on the TAP
– meeting future possible collaborators
– possible participation in various events (launch on 22 August, installation performance Oct & Dec, water science symposium, etc…to be discussed at the lab)
PARTICIPANTS PROFILE: Open-minded, interested in collaboration across disciplines (in arts, sciences, activism, environmentalism, education), curious to experiment and share skills
PRE-REQUISITE: There is no particular computer skill necessary for the workshop, however it could be useful to have some knowledge of these applications: photoshop, flash, video & sound editing.
PRACTICALLY : Bring your computer, in-built or/and external webcam, headset, media related to water (stills, videos, flash animations, sound & music files, text, spreadsheets). Be ready to move in comfortable clothes. NO FEE AS IT IS BASED ON EXPLORATIVE PERSONAL INTEREST OF EACH PARTICIPANT.
SCHEDULE & REGISTRATION – please select your sessions on doodle
– 12-15July online 1 session a day, onsite in residence at iMAL from 13-21h
– 18-22July only online 2 sessions a day to chose from – you need to take part in 3 sessions min (2hours per session). Please send an email to suzon
ABOUT SUZON: Suzon Fuks is a media artist, choreographer and director exploring the integration and interaction of dance & moving image through performance, screen, installation & online work. She is currently an Australia Council for the Arts Fellowship recipient.This project is initiated by Suzon Fuks as part of a Fellowship assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body; in collaboration with IGNEOUS and INKAHOOTS, supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, Brisbane City Council, the Judith Wright Centre for Contemporary Arts, Ausdance Queensland & Youth Arts Queensland. Creative Sparks is a joint initiative of Brisbane City Council and the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Artists collaborating so far on the project are from NZ, Australia, Indonesia, India, Serbia, Germany, France, Holland, UK, Canada & USA
plan & photos of the shopfront for planning installation
If you want to participate, please check & tick the sessions on this doodle – Remember to change the poll to your timezone, then check the times you are available (3 sessions if possible, or more). If there are none, please suggest other times.
This 2nd lab will happen on the TAP with acces only to webcams (no mixing media yet), so we can be only 6 participants per session (for this lab). Very exciting: there are functions that I never saw before: webcams images can be dragged, resized, flipped vertically and horizontally, as well as rotated!