ILLUMINATE THE ARCHITECTURE - ARCHITECTURAL VIDEOPROJECTION AND VIDEOMAPPING
How to design a videomapping?
Where does this new audiovisual language come from?
How can this language be exploited to enhance the architectural heritage?
Pietro Grandi, visual designer of Sensitive Mind, will tell us about his experience in creating an audiovisual installation used as a tool for promoting and enhancing a surface of an urban space. The workshop will be exemplified by the videomapping realized by Artompixels, Martina Brunelli and Tommaso Bassanini, set up on a wall with the profile of the monuments of Rome inside the experimental space of Maker Faire 2018 dedicated to video.
Contents of the lesson:
-Detect an architecture
-The creative step: storyboard, mask, animation, audio-video editing
-The final step: calibrations, image warping, result
The workshop is in italian language
Pietro Grandi / Martina Brunelli / Tommaso Bassanini
Artom Pixels. Martina Brunelli - Tommaso Bassanini. 1995. Milan. The produce video art, multimedia and visual creations for architectural projections for concerts, cultural events, festivals and videoclips. They have worked with multinational companies as Coty, Reply, Mapei, Wella Professionals, P&G, Siae, Nissan, MTV, Sony Music, Ballandi Multimedia, Sugar Music, ITC 2000, Triennale di Milano, Comune di Milano and artists such as Fiorello, Roberto Bolle, Virginia Raffaele, Roberto Saviano, Giuseppe Ragazzini, J-Ax e Fedez. They won the best on line video award for the XXI Triennale design competition: after design with the videoclip “Checkmate” and they were first classified in the project “Luci sul patrimonio” for the ten-year Unesco of Mantua and Sabbioneta with the videomapping “Volumi di Luce”.