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Presentation at St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television

Event: Digital Media Arts Forum
Place: St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television
Date: 18-19/10/2012

On the 18th and 19th October, I participated in the Digital Media Arts Forum, organised by the St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television. I had two presentations: one on the 18th, focusing on the history and state of the art of visual music; and another on the 19th, focusing on my work as Video Jack.

The audience was very motivated and participative, particularly on the second and longer presentation. It took place in the main building of the St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television, an old Orthodox monastery reconverted into a university (the main lectures took place in the ancient altar room), and the oldest film university in Russia. Hope to collaborate more to this University, where I had already presented my work in 2008.


Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nunocorreia/sets/72157631851089638/

Link to the event here, and more photos here. I’d like to thank the hospitality of the event organisers.

Presentation on Interactive Audiovisual Projects, Culture Lab, Newcastle University

Today (16/5/2011) I will make a “lunch talk” presentation at Culture Lab, Newcastle University, on the following topic:
“Interactive Audiovisual Projects: Toys, Art Works or Tools?” Link to related project: www.avclash.com

Slideshow: https://www.slideshare.net/CorreiaNuno/n-correia-digitaltools201105

Thank you to Andrzej + Ewelina and Atau Tanaka @ Culture Lab for the invitation.

Culture Lab has excellent facilities: a renovated historical building (listed building erected in 1889; award-winning renovation) in the center of town. It is also very well equipped. Despite its relative youth (it was founded in 2006), the research conducted there seems quite mature (in areas such as gestural/touchscreen interaction design and social inclusion).

Photos from visit to Culture Lab, Newcastle University: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nunocorreia/sets/72157626729330604/


Presentation on Visual Music, European Humanities University, Vilnius

On 7/5/2011, I had a presentation at Europen Humanities University, Vilnius, on the topic: “Visual music: from the early 20th century to the Internet age”.
Description of the presentation: “In this presentation Nuno Correia will present his own audiovisual work as part of Video Jack Studios (www.videojackstudios.com) and present other works that have explored the visualization of sound – from the early days of cinema to contemporary new media art works.”
Many of the videos I presented are available in this YouTube playlist:
Thank you to Tatsiana and Anastasia Kulazhenko for the invitation.


Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nunocorreia/sets/72157626567617089/

During my trip, I also had the chance to visit the Vilnius Academy of Arts. Excellent facilities, situated in the historical center of Vilnius. Good student works on display throughout the building.

Presentation on Visual Music and Video Jack projects, Satta, Vilnius

On 23/2/2011, I had a presentation on audiovisual art and my work as Video Jack at Satta club in Vilnius. It was organized by Bangos, the first of a monthly series of talks entitled Teorija.

One Lithuanian blog wrote an accurate post about the event (in Lithuanian):


Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nunocorreia/sets/72157626134711936/