26 Oct | Thu | 1-6pm | 5th Floor, Sceneshop, School of Design and Arts
Our smartphones have become indispensable tools for staying in contact with our friends, the world, and information in general. This workshop aims to explore the relationship between the actions we perform to operate our smartphones and the images (photographs, video) that these devices provide us with, as well as investigate the human physicality that faces off against information. In the workshop, participants will operate smartphones with paint attached to their fingers, leaving the trajectory of their finger movements on the screen. This “painting” will accentuate the action of manipulating information as a trace of human act. While referencing the different paintings created by the participants, the workshop will elucidate the relationship between interfaces, action, and media-generated imagery.
WORKSHOP IS FREE, but participants must bring: Smartphone, Painting Brush
Workshop includes: Protection screen for each phones, Acrylic luminous paint
WHEN: Oct 26, 2017, 1-6PMWHERE: 5th Floor, The Sceneshop, School of Design and Arts, DLS-CSBCONTACT: Czyka Tumaliuan | 09154570709