Archive for June, 2012
Digital Arts lecturer, Tegan Bristow, gave an overview of the events, projects, and discussions which were held as part of the Afropixel Festival in Dakar. The Afropixel Festival was an off event at the 2012 Dakar Biennial (14 – 20 May 2012). It was a significant meeting of African Digital Arts practitioners and organisers. Tegan attended the meeting as a representative from South Africa with an interest as a curator and artist in the digital art being created in other African centres such as Dakar, Nairobi, and Johannesburg.
The most essential item for Digital Arts practice in Africa - a portable electrical generator. The base . . the firmament . . the canvas . . the foundation of everything digital. "Generator" – an installation 2006 – 2012. Hobbes/Neustetter contribution to the UNESCO Dakar MediaLab as shown at their On-Air 10 year retrospective exhibition, Johannesburg, June 2012.
Stephen Hobbs, VJing at the 10 years of On-Air closing party. The exhibition was a retrospective of the work that he and Marcus Neustetter have produced as the Trinity Session over the first decade of their operations.
The giant VJ screen at 10 years of On-Air closing party. The exhibition was a retrospective of the work that Stephen Hobbs and Marcus Neustetter have produced as the Trinity Session over the first decade of their operations..
Marucs Neustetter, VJing at 10 years of On-Air after party, 01 June 2012.
Video documentation of VJ projection on Dakar building. From 10 years of On-Air retrospective exhibition.