Free USC Event Includes 3-D Projection By Perry Hoberman

Rhythms and Visions–Expanded and Live

Visions and Voices

Friday, April 22, 2011 : 7:30pm – 11:00pm

University Park Campus
School of Cinematic Arts Complex

Admission is free.

The USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex will be transformed for a spectacular live-cinema event merging music, animation and video. Exciting and innovative UK audiovisual collective D-Fuse and Los Angeles artist Scott Pagano will perform live. Their cutting-edge performance will span experimental documentary, social commentary and abstract visual music. Additionally, giant 3-D stereoscopic animations will be projected onto the building facade, interacting with the audience and the architecture. 3-D glasses will be provided.

The evening will conclude with an engaging panel discussion exploring the way visual media is embedded in our daily lives through architecture, music, design and communication. The discussion will feature:

  • Irene Kotlarz, director and founder of the PLATFORM International Animation Festival
  • D-Fuse collective members Michael Faulkner and Matthias Kispert, visualists who examine social and environmental issues using live media in large spaces; their collaboration with the London Symphony has produced visual music for artists including Steve Reich
  • Perry Hoberman, interactive-installation artist whose research is focused on 3-D stereoscopic image-making and new media
  • Candace Reckinger, a hybrid media artist teaching in the USC animation program

Organized by Mike Patterson (Animation), Candace Reckinger (Animation), Eric Hanson (Animation), Brian King (Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television) and Perry Hoberman (Cinematic Arts).

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