Explore possibilities for algorithmic and interactive digital artworks using the graphic programming language MAX.
You will learn the basics while encountering contemporary practices and artworks that push the boundaries of electronic media as art material.
Led by artist and Primavera alumni Wade Marynowsky.
About the Speaker
‘Sydney artist Dr. Wade Marynowsky creates performance robots that straddle humour, high-camp and a host of unnerving thematic orientations to absorbing effect.’ Dan Rule, Broadsheet, 2012.
Currently Marynowsky is creating new work titled, Robot Opera, the project will be presented by Performance Space in October 2015. Previously Marynowsky’s work has been presented at the National Gallery of Victoria, The International Triennial of New Media Art, National Art Museum of China, MONA FOMA, The International Symposium of Electronic Art, Sydney 2013, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Art Gallery, The 2nd International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Poland, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, The 17th Biennale of Sydney, Performance Space and Artspace Sydney.
Wade uses MaxMsp / Arduino, etc for live audio visual performance, interactive / immersive installation works and to control his robots over wifi.