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<nettime-ann> // Boston ( motion + sound + code ) :: April 1st-5th \\

Boston Motion Graphics Festival 2010
April 1st through 5th, All Around the City

Featuring artists such as: The Mill, Dvein, Pleix, Psyop, Herzog & De
Meuron, Three Legged Legs, Jean-Paul Frenay,Yoshi Sodeoka, Alan
Sondheim, Addictive TV, Warp Records, The Crystal Method, Royksopp,
Assassin's Creed 2, LucasArts, N.A.S.A., Larry Carlson, Ken Adams, Jen
Stark, Shantell Martin and more.

Featured Artists ::
Workshops & Conference ::
Tickets and Registration ::

The Motion Graphics Festival will soon be back in town, and from April
1st to 5th, ready with a new wave of artists to awaken those sleeping
synapses. Witness and participate in a convergence of motion, sound
and interactivity, embrace new ideas, celebrated the inquisitive
spirit, and at evening’s approach, dance.

The festival debuts the 2010 schedule with screenings by Lumen
Eclipse, “Psychedelia” and “Somatic Death, Soma Life” at the Brattle
Theater on Thursday 1 April.  We will journey down the road set by
thirteen artists exploring a new mind-manifesting experience –
challenging afresh our perceptions and pointing towards a reawakening
unhindered by the prosthetic body.

Friday night’s Best of 2009 screening by Stash DVD Magazine highlights
36 commercials, music videos, virals, short films, broadcast designs
and game cinematics from top-tier studios across the world. Something
will grab your attention, setting off a chain reaction and igniting a
fresh set of ideas, which may have been lying dormant for years,
uninspired to leave the confines of its stasis.

Saturday night’s performance by Z.E.E. in the 2012 Lounge at Machine
features a completely integrated audio + video live performance music
set.  The visuals are rendered in realtime, seamlessly spread across 3
full-HD resolution projections, achieving a horizontal resolution of
over 4500 pixels at 30 frames per second.  The entire evening
experience brought to you by Zebbler, Vermin Street and MGFest.

Boston may not be the same – but neither will you.

Full Festival Info ::
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