TIMETABLE EDIT SUITE = SKUNK WORKS = VIDEO/SOUND/MOBILE-PC/LIVE VIDEO BRAINS TRUST = VIEWING ROOM = NARRATIVE LUX BOX = CONTROL ROOM = LIGHT STUDIO = STUDIO = PROJECTION MAPPING Week 7

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TIMETABLE

EDIT SUITE = SKUNK WORKS = VIDEO/SOUND/MOBILE
-
PC/LIVE VIDEO

BRAINS TRUST = VIEWING ROOM = NARRATIVE

LUX BOX = CONTROL ROOM = LIGHT

STUDIO = STUDIO = PROJECTION MAPPING


Week 7

TUESDAY

9.30
-

General Introduction in Studio
-

all students
-

1
hour


10.30
-

Skunk Works
-

Rob
-

Sound

10.30
-

Brains Trust
-

Tim
-

Narrative

10.30
-

Studio
-

Michael
-

Projection Mapping


12.00
-

Skunk Works
-

Michael
-

Live Video Performance

12.00
-

Lux Box
-

Rob
-

Light

12.00
-

Brains Trust
-

Tim
-

Mobile/Computer


1.30
-

Skunk Works
-

Tim
-

Video


3pm
-

General work on project till end of day


Thursday

9
-
11.30 work on project

11.30
-
1.30 teamleaders' meeting (Tim’s Office)

2
-
6 work on project


Week 8

Tuesday

9
-
1 work on project

1
-
3 teamleaders' meeting (Tim’s
Office)

3
-
6 work on project


Thursday

9
-
1 work on project

2
-
4 tech rehearsal

5
-
6 performance


LIGHT (5)

Faye Sheffield

Poppy Bunce

Charlotte Mills

Nicola Hancox

Lewis Malkin


LIVE VIDEO PERFORMANCE (6)

Laura Deffense

Rosalie Mccann

Emer Mcdaid

Lucie Blockl
ey

Joseph Dunn

Arthur Jones


MOBILE/COMPUTER (6)

Juliet Clark

Susannah Grumball

Madeleine Hindes

Emily Turner

William Kelly

Edward Elliott


NARRATIVE (5)

Alexandra Ciufudean

Bethany Holmes

Leah Eggleton

Joshua Beckman

Robbie Foulston



PROJECTION MAPPING
(6)

Rebecca Anderson

Kyoka Okuda

Francesca Newell

Zowie Wood

Andrew Turner

Declan Sheahan


SOUND (5)

Sophie Thompson

Jessica Hain

Joanne Honnor

William Barratt

Alexander Powell


VIDEO (6)

Anna Canlan
-
Shaw

Katharine Farmer

Georganna Simpson

Rachel Johnson

Lily Slydel

Max Wood


GROUPS
-

MACHINES
-

MENTORS

(all machine passwords should be smallcat5)


VIDEO


imac1 (Tim)


LIVE VIDEO


macpro1


(Michael)


MOBILE/PC


PC3 & macpro2 (Tim)


SOUND


imac2 (Rob)


NARRATIVE


PC4 (Tim)


PROJECTION MAPPING


macmini

(Michael)


LIGHT
-

macbook pro


(Rob)



Dropbox/gmail

Email:
cppcarbon@gmail.com

Password: smallcat5


Working Late

If you envisage working late (past 9.30pm) please ensure that you inform
Security on
024 7652
2083, informing who you are and where you are
working. Please ensure the spaces are locked when you leave


Queries

Contact: Tim White


07764759562


BLOG

http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/cppcarbon/

You all ha
ve contributor access to this so please share material here.


Tuesday Week 7

Tasks (from the blog)



Video

We will be covering shooting and editing video and I'd like you to bring in
examples of either/both cinematography and/or editing that you find
arres
ting/captivating/mesmerizing. Think about what gives the clip its power
and if and the extent to which the sound and/or the context are contributing
factors. Try to avoid complete works (music videos or feature films) and try
and isolate moments where the
craft of the cinematographer or editor is
apparent. As an example, this shot composition from the otherwise leaden
Bonfire of the Vanities pulls together the themes of wealth, power and
aesthetics in a single long
-
planned shot that brings together the Empi
re State
Building, Concorde and sunrise.
-




Sound

As with video this is not about identifying complete pieces of music but rather
to respond to interesting sonic textures that might, as per these two examples,
come from pieces of music, but might , as eq
ually come from recorded
sounds in the wild, either untampered or else modified in some way. We will
be using Logic but you can grab short clips and export them to mp3 files using
a free program called Audacity
-

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/


Find some

snippets and bring them in on a usb stick, phone or laptop as you
prefer



Light

Think about light as surfaces and glow (as per a monitor) and as pinpoints (as
in stand
-
by or status LEDs)
-

how can these be read in a performance space
-

can they be used
directly or replicated or suggested by other means. I've
provided a few images that take advantage of a darkened space to position
technology as the source of light (illumination/information?)


Narrative


The five greatest human
-
machine, machine
-
machine or

human
-
human
(mediated by machine) relationships? Popular culture provides us with
examples that often play on the perfectability of the visual appearance of the
human in robotic form (Blade Runner, Metropolis) though on a more mundane
level it might be po
ssible to talk about a fondness for devices that we keep
about us (phones, ipads) as well as those that we join alone in a room and
spend long hours with (desktops, laptops). The two come together in David

Levy's controversial claim in Love and Sex with Ro
bots that human
-
robot
might be feasible by the middle of this century (see interview here
-

By 40 or
50 years, everyone of a marriageable age will have grown up with electronics
all around them at home, and not see them as abnormal. People who grow up
with

all sorts of electronic gizmos will find android robots to be fairly normal as
friends, partners, lovers and Amazon page on the book here
-

http://www.amazon.com/Love
-
Sex
-
Robots
-
Human
-
Robot
-
Relationships/dp/0061359750


Think of other instances from popula
r culture that address either human
-
machine, machine
-
machine or human
-
human (mediated by machine)
relationships and consider what aspects of our current behaviour resist or
support Levy's hypothesis.



Pro
jection Mapping

Please access this resource on VPT
to get an idea of what the program does
http://hcgilje.wordpress.com/vpt/
-

you can download PC/MAC versions as
well as view tutorial videos and read the online manual.



Live Video Performance

UPDATE


we will now be using COLORCODE VJ (and also QLab). In
fo on
the first of these here

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/colorcode
-
vj/id454695815?mt=8&ign
-
mpt=uo%3D4




Mobile/Computer integration

Assuming you have a laptop
and or smartphone and/or tablet please
undertake some online research to determine the extent to which you can use
it/them to control things rather than input/store/retrieve information. This might
include online appliances (lightbulbs, webcams), other com
puting devices
(controlling a PC/Mac with your phone, or local appliances (TV's, lights) and
production tools (musical instruments, lighting desks). Ideally the control will
be untethered (wireless)