Resonate 2013Thursday, 21st Mar 2013
Bringing artists together to drive a forward-looking debate on the position of technology in art and culture, the core aim of Resonate is to create a platform for education, knowledge exchange and information.
Held each year in Belgrade-Serbia, Resonate festival lasts for three days in March and gives regional european and regional public an overview of current situation in the fields of music, visual arts and digital culture.
CIID’s David Gauthier and Jakob Bak will be running a workshop at the conference. MOTORS & MUSIC focuses on fusing dynamic haptic force-feedback and sound synthesis on a special 8-bit platform. Using simple and inexpensive tool sets that CIID LABS has developed specifically for engaging artists, designers and technologists with the study of haptics, the aim is to advance the quality of haptics/sound-synthesis research and experimentation.
Education is the base of any society, we learn to teach. Resonate believes that transferable knowledge is at the heart of the festival, able to inspire and motivate, involve new generations into contemporary trends without the delay that was characteristic for this geographic region in the previous decades. Visitors have an opportunity to relate practical application of technology with a sound theoretical base and thus complete a full picture about technological processes and creative strategies which shape the potentials of the multimedial artistic expression.
Resonate is about:
1. Relating practical application of technology with a sound theoretical base.
2. New platforms for artistic expression, both at location and online.
3. Theory and practice lectures.
4. Debates and discussions by leading world thinkers.
5. Workshops and hands-on experience.
6. Q&A sessions – Ask anything.