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Introduction to Projection Mapping

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Projection mapping is a projection technique used to turn objects, often irregularly shaped, into display surfaces for video projection.

In this workshop you will learn all the fundamentals necessary to create your own projection mapping project. Including tips and tricks for your own customized needs, whether that be an installation, outdoor projection, or performance! This class will a basic introduction on two projection mapping softwares, Madmapper and Isadora. We will explore the possiblities of both, including incorporating interactivity, video effects, and using miniMads.

Samay Arcentales Cajas is a Toronto-based queer Kichwa digital media artist and video designer exploring human-land relations, the new media dimensions of indigenous cosmology, and immersive art as a site of liberation. Her works have been shown at ImagineNATIVE, Xpace Cultural Centre, Mayworks Festival, Tarragon Theatre, TQFF, among others. Samay has also facilitated film/digital interactivity programs at Sketch Working Arts, and Charles Street Video, where she currently works as program coordinator. She held her first solo show “Will You Listen?: Latinx Voices in Tkaronto”, a projection based media installation at Whippersnapper Gallery. Samay has won awards in two consecutive landJAM+ (Eastside Games Choice Award and Best Execution of interactive project). Samay also wears many tech hats working on projects across the country, primarily as video designer and install tech.

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11:00 pm – 02:00 am

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