Author: Sophie Dixon
this contact form Live demonstration of ‘The Chorus’ at my graduation show ‘Framing Traces’, Eye Film Museum, Amsterdam. Photography by Martijn de Vos.
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look at this web-site It’s been a pleasure to participate in a panel discussion on the subject of memory in and around artistic practice with Eyal Sivan, Maria Molina Peiro and Emilio Reyes Bassail at the Eye Museum, Amsterdam.
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köpa Viagra tallinn Our graduation show is taking place at the EYE museum Amsterdam. I’ll be presenting a number of live demonstrations of my Mixed Reality installation (in progress) The Chorus – built in the Microsoft HoloLens.
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site de rencontre tel aviv We’ve been demonstrating how to take a physical object and use photogrammetry to turn it into a 3D model like the one below.
buy Tastylia Oral Strip online without prescription I’m pleased to have my films screened again as part of Brighton’s Cinecity film festival. This year they’ll be screening Blood Moon (2015) and Untitled 2016.
I’ve just completed this short film for Colin Riley, a London based composer. Colin’s new work ‘Songs of Coiled Light’ makes use of multi-sensory elements to provide a different kind of listening experience based on his research into hearing impairment. Featuring bass clarinetist Gareth Davis and live electronics designer Carl Faia it was filmed during a residency and several live performances taking place as part of the SoundFestival in Aberdeen.
Since starting my Master’s at the Netherlands Film Academy (AHK) I have been directing my energy toward a body of research documented on a separate site.
The blog is currently private but I’d like to open it to people who have similar research interests and may be interested in sharing ideas and collaborating. Over the next few months I’ll be posting more information on this site however in the meantime please email me if you would like to find out more.