DESIGN Week 11 @ AUS – Interactive Workshop with Michael FOX

Interactive Design Workshop with Michael Fox @ CAAD | AUS from zlatan filipovic on Vimeo.

College for Architecture, Art and Design at the American University of Sharjah

Design Week 2011 @ CAAD | AUS
It was a great pleasure/experience to have Michael FOX conduct workshop @ Interactive Research Lab.
Students from Design and Architecture departments participated in the workshop.

http://robotecture.com/aus/
http://vimeo.com/23434064

MUBI Underground Art: Chris Marker’s “PASSENGERS” Exhibit

MUBI
Underground Art: Chris Marker’s “PASSENGERS” Exhibit

Cocteau used to say that at night, statues escape from museums and go walking in the streets. During my peregrinations in the Paris Metro, I sometimes made such unusual encounters. Models of famous painters were still among us, and I was lucky enough to have them sitting in front of me. —Chris Marker

Paris metro PASSENGERS

BRIEF HISTORIES – Winter/Spring 2011 openes

Organised by Fawz Kabra and Isak Berbic in the United Arab Emirates, BRIEF HISTORIES is a developing program with the initial event opened on March 17, 2011.

I have contributed my reactive installation work titled ENGAGE, CHANGE.

Installation view

WINTER/SPRING 2011 BRIEF HISTORIES

Sarah Abu Abdallah
Tarek Al Ghoussein
Hala Ali
Abbas Akhavan
Brandon Alvendia
Tairone Bastien
Myron Beasley
Sema Bekirovic
Amir Berbic
Isak Berbic
Dunja Blazevic
Sofia Bytterbier
Jean Marie Casbarian
Nada Dada
Karee Dahl
Vincent Dermody
Nicolas Dumit Estevez
Renate Ferro
Zlatan Filipovic
Eric Fleischauer
Geissler/Sann
Khaled Hafez
Ibro Hasanovic
Samuel Jablon
Frans Jacobi
Emilia and Ilya Kabakov
Jeremiah Bendik Keymer
Wes Kline
Vincent Leow
Jennifer and Kevin McCoy
Laura Marks
Timothy Murray
Damir Niksic
Brian O’Doherty
Melentie Pandilovski
Zoran Poposki
Colin Reaney
Michael Robinson
Ben Russell
Shirin Sabahi
Larissa Sansour
Nebojsa Shoba Seric
Edgar Serrano
LeRoy Stevens
Deborah Stratman
Pelin Tan
Ubik
Lantian Xie

Color grading software/hardware solution || Blackmagic design Da Vinci Resolve

I have attended a presentation of the newly developed film/video color grading system today in Dubai Media City. The event was organized by UAE MediaCast distributor of Blackmagic Design products.

Overall, the performance is quite impressive. System completely relies on the GPU processing power and is developed to use CUDA instructions of the Nvidia graphics cards.

Da Vinci has a GO!

"Art challenges Technology and Technology inspires the Arts …" – John Lasseter