SYNCHRONATOR is an audiovisual project by Bas van Koolwijk and Gert-Jan Prins, for which the artists have developed their own electronics. The project is a continuation of medium specific experiments between image and sound from the early years of video art.
STRP Masterclass - SYNCHRONATOR Workshop
Friday 27 March 2015
STRP BIENNIAL, Eindhoven NL
In collaboration with Sonic Acts / Vertical Cinema
Admission: €17.50 (including lunch and Expo access)
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There is a maximum of 12 participants for this workshop, so register asap.
The Synchronator is a device to convert electronic audio signals into a composite video signal.
The device has been developed by Bas van Koolwijk and Gert-Jan Prins in 2009, and has a steadily growing number of users ever since.
During this workshop, we will introduce you to the background, techniques and use of this device for recording and to opportunities for live improvisation. Following this, each participant is invited to work with the Synchronator devices and television monitors, ask questions, and engage in hands-on experiments.
Your instructors: Gert-Jan Prins, Bas van Koolwijk
Background needed for this workshop: Affinity with direct interaction between image and sound.
Bring your devices to connect to the Synchronator!
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