Duration: 30 min.
Sunday, 31 May 2009 | 18:30 > 18:30 2009-05-31T18:30:00.000Z | Cinema
The "myself" projected With a video camera pointing to the public, placed below the display screen, they see their projected image. In order to explore the attitudes and behaviors of individuals, the performer will trigger phrases and thoughts over the image. The aim is to deconstruct the concept projection as being something strange, something out of us. By placing the viewer in the projection I plan to create a relationship of proximity and identification between them. The sentences and thoughts are stimuli to the behavior, to the presence and way of being in space, to the relationship of individuals in that context. Here the voyeurism becomes about itself as a mirror where he see its own representation. There is an awareness, a reflection on the "myself", on the image that he have of itself.
- Vitor Hugo Costa was born in Lisbon, Portugal.
Hes a graduate in culture and communications sciences, in audiovisual and Multimedia by Lusófona University.
His work is based in VJing and performance.
He won the Swan-Lake: Music and Video Awards in the category of best animation video, Germany, 2005.
Hes now in the final phase of his master degree of real time video manipulation