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Date(s) - 17/04/2021 - 18/04/2021
12:00 am - 3:00 pm


Part of ArtFutura 2021 London Festival of Digital Culture and Creativity
Online. Register Here
This workshop is supported by MadMapper.

‘Narrating Structures’ is an intensive 2 days workshop led by digital artist Blanca Regina introducing projection mapping. Ideal for graphic designers, architects, artists, musicians and anyone with an interest. Together you will look at the diverse techniques for the production of audio-visual projects video and light mapping and its application in artistic and creative practice. For the purposes of ArtFutura, Blanca will be focusing on teaching you how to stream your mapping content into a streaming service.

By the end of the 2 days workshop you will be able to create various projections simultaneously and learn how to stream your mapping content into a streaming service. The workshop includes a 1- month full access temporary license of MadMapper and entitles participants to an educational discount for a MapMapper software purchase.

Day 1 – Saturday 17 April, 12 mid-day – 3pm (includes 20 minutes break)
Introduction to participants and workshop leader Blanca Regina will give you some background information of her field of work.
Study of multiple video mapping projects and video design for streaming.
An introduction to the projection mapping software programme MadMapper 4
(20 minutes break)
Learn multiple techniques and applying them using different spaces and structures.
Opportunity for hands-on practice.

Day 2 – Sunday 18 April, 12 mid-day – 3pm (includes 20 minutes break)
A recap of day 1 and any questions
Introduction to Key, Midi, and OSC Controls with MadMapper.
Opportunity for hands-on practice
(20 minutes break)
Audio reactive features
Cue and scheduling
Opportunity for hands-on practice
Workshop wrap up

Technical Requirements
For the workshop you need a computer Mac or PC
A Mac laptop with Osx 10.7 is recommended. 10.6 is not supported.
Extras (not required) Midi controller, projector

Please note booking for this workshop will close on Friday 16 April at 9pm

About the artist Blanca Regina

Dr. Blanca Regina Pérez-Bustamante is an artist, independent curator, and educator based in London.She is currently involved in creating audio-visual performances, sound works, installations, and film.Her research and practice encompass video mapping, sound art, moving image, performance, and multimedia events.

She has taught more than 30 video mapping workshops worldwide. In 2019 she developed the research project ‘Immersive Pipeline’ at Goldsmiths University, looking at immersive audio-visual environments and the translation of artworks to multiple digital formats. She has curated with Unpredictable Series in London a series of sound and visual art events in London at Cafe OTO, OTO Projects, Iklectik, Ray’s Jazz at Foyles, Waterstones, and Portland Hall (CREAM/ University of Westminster). Supporters of our projects include Cream, Crisap, Sound & Music, and Arts Council England.

Since 2014 associate lecturer at the Event and Experience Design department at the University of Kent. From 2011-2014 she was visiting research fellow at Chelsea College of Arts & Design at the University of the Arts London. In 2010, she received a doctorate in Humanities from University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, with the thesis: The VJ and audio-visual performance: towards a radical aesthetic of postmodernism. HTTP://WWW.BLANCAREGINA.ART/