The course will introduce the concepts of Expanded Cinema and Experimental Audiovisual Experimental Cinema and their respective roles in contemporary creative processes. The course will be developed through a practical project created by the student himself, where he will be introduced to the main tools and language resources.
The course will be divided into 11 blocks, 3 theoretical blocks, and 8 practical blocks. First, you will understand what expanded cinema is and its relations with experimental audiovisual, art, technology, and the development of science and contemporary society. Next, we will look at the main constituent elements of these languages and the student will be introduced to the basic tools for creating a work. Finally, the student will be guided step by step in the creation of a work, from idea to completion and exhibition to the public.
The student will idealize and produce an audiovisual work, experimenting with diverse techniques added to the concept of expanded cinema.
No previous knowledge is required; anyone interested in the subject can take the course. To take the course, a camera and editing software are required.
Danilo Barros is a visual artist, filmmaker, freestyle researcher, and music aficionado. music. His first experiences in art were with drawing and VHS when he was still a child. He graduated from FAAP in cinema and video and obtained another direction diploma at the École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle in Paris. His professional experience ranges from special effects in advertising to Luc Besson's European Corp production assistant, director, and partner at Papaya Filmes Papaya Filmes, among numerous other personal and independent projects. His best-known achievement is the duo Modular Dreams, one of the most active active in the electronic scene in São Paulo in the last 10 years, creating and producing projects in the field of expanded and immersive art.