IMPATV Experimental Video Workshop

Date:Sun 13 Oct
Time:1 - 3pm
Venue:J3
Price:Free (ticketed)

IMPATV host an experimental video workshop prior to the Outlands ENSÕ SONE Tour, revealing some of the techniques used to create their videos and visual work.  

The artists will guide participants on a journey through their creative processes and approaches to their diverse and perpetual output. You will get to play with a variety of cameras used to capture live footage, and use different formats and processes for video mixing, new digital effects and outmoded, lo-fi technologies to create an experimental video work together. The outcomes of the workshop will be recorded for participants to have their own experimental video work to take away with them. 

Equipment and techniques used in the workshop will include: Panasonic MX50, Panasonic WJ- AVE7, Roland V4ex, Korg Entrancer, Canon XL1s, Canon XF100, Hitachi FP7, Green Screen, video feedback loops. 

The workshop is suitable for people interested in learning how to use a variety of video cameras and mixers to create experimental video work. No experience required, and you don’t have to be tech savvy! Minimum age 16.

Spaces are very limited so please only sign up if you know you can definitely attend the workshop on the day.  

 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

IMPATV is a collaborative video and stage production project from UK artists Isadora Darke and Jamie Robinson. Using new digital technologies and live mixing methods combined with costumes and stage design they produce immersive installations, music videos, art and music productions across the realms of DIY, experimental and underground culture. 

As well as working on their own projects such as immersive performance World Zero, they have collaborated widely with artists and created music videos for Charles Hayward, Casual Nun and Errant Monks amongst others and produced live recordings for Supernormal Festival, Sounds from the Other City and Woodland Gathering. 

For ages 16+

Doors open 12.30pm