George Stadnik and Joshua White will be "visual mixing analog light and digital imagery cocktails" at this anniversary event. There will be many other "Visualists" and "Soundists" participating in this and here is the list from the Facebook event page info.
With Visualists: Gill Arno, Miah Artola, CHIKA, Eric Barry Drasin, Thomas Dexter, Luke DuBois, Jeff Donaldson, Bradley Eros, Kit Fitzgerald, Richard Garet, Chris Jordan, Antonia Kuo, Andrew Lampert, Katherine Liberovskaya, Anthony Martin, Brock Monroe, Ursula Scherrer, Joel Schlemowitz, Lary 7, Lily Sheng, Jeremy Slater, George Stadnik, Joshua White, Sofy Yuditskaya...
And Soundists (performing live): Tom Chiu, Seth Cluett, Michael Evans, David First, Richard Garet, Shelley Hirsch, Miya Masaoka, Bradford Reed, Hans Tammen, Philip White... (contributing pieces): Bob Bellerue, Causings, Al Margolis, Charlie Morrow, Dafna Naphtali, Ben Vida, Stephen Vitiello, Amnon Wolman...
For more information, please visit Pioneerworks' website or OptoSonic Tea's Facebook event page.
I am starting an eJournal on Lumia to give the subscribers an update on my MPhil/PhD research as well as to share relevant articles and event information by others contributors. I will be working on a couple of issues to try out different formats and contents to receive feedback before launching the first issue later this year. If you wish to receive our eJournal please subscribe via the form on the side menu on the right hand side of this blog. Thank you.
We are currently looking for Lumia artists and researchers to join our LUMIA | Collective. Hopefully, this collective will form an online community dedicated to the art of Lumia and will become a platform for critical discussions on the art and future collaborations. If you are interested in joining the collective, please go to 'CONTACT' and submit your detail. The members' area is currently under construction and it will appear on the menu in due course.
I'm pleased to announce that all of the recordings from LUMIA | Symposium 2017 have been uploaded here and are ready for you to view.
I would like to special thank Royal College of Art and my supervisors for their support and our speakers and participants who have made this very first ever LUMIA symposium possible.
Trent Kim is a Glasgow-based Lumia artist and researcher. He is the programme leader of BA (Hons) Digital Art & Design at University of the West of Scotland and a part time research student in Animation at the Royal College of Art.