Duration: 30 min.
Friday, 13 May 2016 | 19:30 > 20:00 2016-05-13T19:30:00.000Z | TUINZAAL
Sarlacc, an audio-visual performance, features live coded visuals within the OpenGL fragment shader, that are reactive to incoming audio frequencies parsed by band. Sarlacc merges elements of Electronic Dance Music (EDM), J-Pop, Gif-Culture, and mechanical/electronic-inspired audio-visuals. The overall experience is unequal parts pop-culture, abstract expressionism, and glitch-art.
- Shawn Lawson Shawn Lawson is a computational artist and researcher creating the computational sublime. As Obi-Wan Codenobi, he live-codes, real-time computer graphics with his open source software, The Force.
He has performed or exhibited in England, Scotland, Spain, Denmark, Russia, Italy, Korea, Portugal, Brazil, Turkey, Malaysia, Iran, Canada, and the USA. He received grants from NYSCA and the Experimental Television Center, and he has been in residence at CultureHub and Signal Culture.
Lawson studied at CMU and ÉNSBA. He received his MFA...