The course addresses the emergence of artistic installations involving video and cinematic forms, from their historical background and new possibilities for the relationship between the work and the space.
The course comments on the main manifestations of what is understood as "expanded cinema", from the time when the term emerged, with the publication of Expanded Cinema in 1979 by Gene Youngblood, to current experiences around new formats that emerge from new communication technologies, involving video projections in different supports.
The approach takes place through 3 classes that complement each other in blocks:
Class 1: The space informed by images;
Class 2: Objects, video sculptures, and installations: things and images;
Class 3: Video projections, between white cube and black box;
The approach is mainly through the association of video with other artistic manifestations, in hybridisms and languages in transit.
Students, researchers, teachers, and those interested in cinema, arts, multimedia installations, communication technologies, and architecture. There are no restrictions regarding gender, ethnicity, race, social class, education, or purchasing power.
Interest in information and references about cinema, video art, installations, communication, information technologies, and contemporary art in unusual formats.
Artist and researcher working with video, installations, and interactive media. His works have been exhibited in over 40 countries, in organizations such as Moma (USA), ZKM, Frankfurter Kunstverein (Germany), Arco Expanded Box (Spain), ŠKUC gallery (Slovenia), Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Rijeka, Croatia), WRO Media Art Biennale (Poland), Centre Georges Pompidou (France), Bienal de La Habana (Cuba), ISEA Ruhr (Germany), ZERO1 Biennial (USA), Ars Electronica (Austria - with honors in 2010 and 2013), Bienal de Artes Mediales (Chile), Bienal da Imagem em Movimento (Argentina), Ilmin Museum of Art (Korea), 25th Bienal de São Paulo among others.