RESONATE 2013 / NEW MEDIA FESTIVAL
DOM OMLADINE BELGRADE
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THURSDAY
FRIDAY
21/03/13
Main Hall
10:00
11:00 R2013
Resonate 2013
Participating Artists
Screening
Americana
Workshops
16 Workshops in
and around Americana hall. Visitors
are welcome to
look around, listen
in and even join
some.
11:40
22/03/13
Club
12:20
Between hires
and realtime, from
generative design to
manufacturing
Jose Sanchez
Unity: As a Tool for
Non-Games
Mike Tucker
13:00
Main Hall
Americana
10:00
Data Art with Plask
and WebGL
Marcin Ignac
12:00
SATURDAY
Generative Design –
The Book
Julia Laub
14:00
23/03/13
Club
Meet and Greet
A chance to meet
speakers and ask
questions over a nice
drink at the bar
11:00 onedotzero
Main Hall
Americana
10:00
Meet and Greet
A chance to meet
speakers and ask
questions over a
nice drink at the bar
11:00 Embedding Meaning
Evan Boehm
World Views
Moritz Stefaner
Club
Fused And Confused
– On The Role Of
Research In Design
Studio NAND
11:45
11:45
Keyboard Sloyd - The
Joy of Text-Mode
Raquel Meyers
12:00
12:30
R2013 Screening and
Panel Discussion
Memo Akten /
Rainer Kohlberger /
13:00 Eno Henze /
13:15 Field /
Shane Walter (chair)
12:00
12:30
Blurring Boundaries
Camille Scherrer (HEAD)
New Interactions in
Games
Spaces of Play
Tools or Instruments?
Karsten Schmidt /
Raquel Meyers /
Greg Hermanovic /
Greg J. Smith (chair)
14:00
The Machine Body
Cohen Van Balen
Building by Doing Visually guided design
in TouchDesigner
Markus Heckmann /
Barry Threw
Trying to Understand
the Nature of Reality
Memo Akten
Computing Reality
Ivan Poupyrev
Interactive Performances and Body
Projection Mapping
Klaus Obermaier
The Disposition
Matrix
James Bridle
Coding Narratives
Evan Boehm /
Auriea Harvey /
/
Shane Walter (chair)
13:00
13:15
Meet and Greet
14:00
14:10
BREAK
15:20
Main Hall
16:00 The Centrifuge
Brain Project
16:40
Indie Game The Movie
BREAK
Workshops
An Autonomous
Synthesis
Dmitry Morozov
Americana
Club
Workshops
16 Workshops in
and around Americana hall. Visitors
are welcome to look
around, listen in and
even join some.
Datatainment
Signal | Noise
17:00
17:20
18:00
Design, Tech, and
Architecture for
Large Scale Projection
Mapping
Lucas Werthein
60 frames per
second vs. 72,000
frames per year
FIELD
18:40
16:00
#printisdead – or is it?
Alexander Scholz /
Greg J. Smith / Sherry
Kennedy (HOLO)
Meet and Greet
Main Hall
Americana
Club
Expressive Interfaces
Auriea Harvey /
Digital Salad
Alain Bellet (ECAL)
Surveillance and
Transparency
James Bridle /
Kyle McDonald /
Joanne McNeil (chair)
(Tale of Tales)
Performing with IRIS
Eno Henze
17:45
15:20 Why Robot: Speculative
design, the domestication of technology
James Auger
BREAK
16:50
Press Play
Andreas Müller /
17:00 Florian Schmitt
17:35
Nondisciplinary Practice, Theory,
Education
David Gauthier (CIID)
Let’s Talk About Play
Zach Gage
Meet and Greet
A chance to meet
speakers and ask
questions over a nice
drink at the bar
18:00
18:20
15:20 Brave New Now
Liam Young
Main Hall
16:00 Speculative
Everything
Anthony Dunne
16:50
17:00
17:35
Life Away From
Keyboard
Kyle McDonald
Interaction and Performance
Klaus Obermaier /
Joachim Sauter /
Eno Henze /
Joanne McNeil (chair)
Americana
Club
The Tower of Babel
Karsten Schmidt
Meet and Greet
Design Fiction:
Provocations &
Pedagogy
Golan Levin /
Anthony Dunne /
Liam Young /
Greg J. Smith (chair)
Primitive Complexity
Zimoun
The Soft Studio
Casey Reas
18:00
Blobs, Glyphs and
Other Madeleines
Golan Levin
18:20
Get Physical
Joachim Sauter
Urban Prototyping
Josette Melchor
1900
1900
BREAK
1900
BREAK
BREAK
21:00 Valens
21:00 Resonate Special Project
22:00
22:00 Pantha du Prince
22:00 Mouse on Mars
01.00 Dinky (Location: Building Kluz)
23:30 Belgrade Presents (Location: Central Belgrade)
Special selection of Belgrade bars and clubs for you to explore.
Look out for separate leaflet.
23:30 Marko Nastic and Friends (Location: Building Kluz)
03:00 Monosaccharide (Location: Building Kluz)
Schedule is subject to change. All seats are first come first serve. Arrive early.
Registrations / pass collection starts on Wednesday 20th March at 5pm.
Workshop
(Location: Building Kluz)
Screening
Talk
Panel
Performance
Greg J. Smith
The Best Kind of Noise
sweeping narratives emerge from
of sound, but that would be a
the arcane whispers of bigger,
stance when blasted by a wall
– if you listen closely – you’ll hear
feel compelled to take a defensive
techniques become apparent, and
make sense of the din. You might
commonalities in tactics and
attention locks onto and tries to
begin to bleed into one another,
bristles, and – instinctively – your
the magic happens; conversations
the hair on the back of your neck
frequency of this transmission
happen: you freeze in your tracks,
you attune yourself to the
that it sounds alien, a few things
and disorienting at first. Once
that is visceral, loud and so new
reception seems idiosyncratic
you are exposed to something
stuck between stations, the
In those rare moments when
kind of noise. Much like a radio
is not necessarily a bad thing.
edition of Resonate is the best
getting blindsided by cacophony
The programming at this second
our delicate sensibilities. However,
and habit.
aesthetic comfort zone offends
loose from the bindings of reason
anything outside that narrow
moment and it rattles opinions
and predictable rhythms and
foregrounds the immediacy of the
to appreciate polite melodies
a foe, as, like good company, it
undesirable. Our ears are trained
welcomed as a friend, rather than
blistering noise as intensely
mistake. Noise should always be
Common wisdom describes
the buzz of the crowd.
Resonate is exceptional because it is
one of the rare festivals where you
actually experience the chaos and
glorious noise of the present. Many
conferences and symposiums relish
in the conservative propagation of
shrink-wrapped ideas and projects
that are rapidly approaching their
‘best before’ date. Worse yet,
others are thinly-veiled trade
shows – a banal parade of best
practices. Here, things are messy,
vital and emergent. Presenters and
audience alike come from a range
of backgrounds and everyone is
equally invested in cultivating a
serious consideration of the intent
behind and process of creation. This
year’s featured practices range from
motion graphics and interactive
material developed for Fortune
500 clients – and you know what?
Within the microcosm of these three
days, both ends of this spectrum
are equally relevant. That’s what
RESONATE BELGRADE
21-23
March 2013
Bringing together artists to
drive a forward-looking debate
on the position of technology
in art and culture.
makes Resonate so singular – the
wild multidisciplinarity and varied
perspectives of all parties involved.
If the impossibly rich itinerary we’re
about to embark into is indeed
like our metaphorical ‘radio stuck
between stations’, then that means
each of us is charged with taking
stewardship over the signal. As
per the advice offered above: don’t
be overly fussy about fine tuning,
embrace the contradictions, and you
might as well turn the volume up
while you are at it.
lo-fi installation work produced
for white cube galleries through
Resonate is a platform for networking, information,
knowledge sharing and education. It brings together
distinguished, world class artists, with an opportunity
of participating in a forward-looking debate on the
position of technology in art and culture. It is a project
broad enough to encompass areas ranging from software
engineering to visual arts theory, but also to create a
bridge between culturally separated segments of the
artistic and intellectual scene through a comprehensive,
multidisciplinary approach.
The festival gives European public an overview of current
situation in the fields of music, visual arts and digital
culture. Guest artists, lecturers and other participants are
chosen to represent the cutting edge of the contemporary
creative industry in Europe.
‘Resonate’ is an initiative by Magnetic Field B in
collaboration with CreativeApplications.Net and
Dom omladine Belgrade.
Hi-ReS! is an
award winning design
consultancy, operating on
the simple principle that
work should be fun for the
result to be good.
AudiovisualAcademy is a
comprehensive educational
program on new media
and audiovisual arts which
includes intensive offline
and online training with the
world’s best digital artists
and professionals.
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Our mission is to build an
international convention
industry that will benefit
Serbia and the members
of the Serbia Convention
Bureau.
Ministry of Culture, Media and Information
society carries out public administration
work relating to development and
promotion of culture and artistic creation.
We would like to thank the following people who have helped make Resonate
happen and who have been both inspirational and supportive throughout:
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