Armando Menicacci Integration of Digital Technologies in Scenic Arts with ISADORA 3.09 (Troikatronix) Latest Developments
Among live–digital arts programming software, Isadora is the simplest. This training offers an initiation to Isadora visual programming for live control and treatment of all types of media (video, sound, capture and lighting), including all the latest developments for teleperformance. Specifically, we will study the software management interface, its programming logic, the import and treatment of media and the preparation of the global control platform once the programming of the project is completed.
The workshop is designed for artists and stage technicians (video, sound, light) digital artists and any person interested in reflecting on composition and interpretation processes with digital technologies in scenic arts. At the end of training, participants will have a broad understanding of the possibilities offered by the software and will be able to use the interface in order to start working on their own projects. A complete one-month ISADORA license will be offered to each participant.
The maximum number of participants is 6.
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— Be a professional artist, creator or cultural worker;
— Attend every workshop session;
Reservation / Payment
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Cancellation / Refund
OBORO does not refund registration fees except in case of illness (with a medical note) or of absolute necessity. In such cases, registration fees are transferable to another workshop or service offered by the New Media Lab.
OBORO reserves the right to cancel workshops at any time and without advance notice. In this case, registration fees are completely refunded.
After studies in dance and music, Armando Menicacci obtained a Master in Musicology from the University of Rome and a PhD on the relationships between dance and digital technologies from Paris 8 University in 2003. Starting in 2000, he taught Isadora Visual Programming at Paris 8 University, as well as other universities abroad and the Centre de Formation pour les Techniciens du Spectacle in Paris. From 2015 to 2019, he taught at UQÀM where he created the Dance and New Technologies Program.
Nicolas Berzi is a director, playwright and researcher-creator interested in integrating new technologies to the process of multidisciplinary creation. After completing a Masters in aesthetic philosophy on dissonance in Modern Art (UDEM, 2011), he founded the creative company Artiste Inconnu (Montréal, 2013), where he acts as General and Artistic Director and produces many multidisciplinary and multimedia scenic pieces.