Category Archives: performance visualist

case study: CLANkidz 2011

Back blogging after around a year break with a case study about how we did the visuals at CLANkidz this year.  The break was partly because of getting married and having little time do any VJing and certainly very little … Continue reading

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Summer time

Working mainly in Glasgow, Scotland we have a lot of daylight in the summer months – not necessarily sunshine but daylight.  We also work mainly in traditional church buildings which tend to have been designed to let in as much … Continue reading

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cathedral art projection

I came across this on Create Digital Motion it is a video of ANTIVJ who do artistic projection mapping, light sculpture, outdoor projection, stuff.  This basically means “painting” architecture and objects with projected images. It isn’t something I’ve had time … Continue reading

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ArKaos Grand VJ Performance troubleshooting tip

[update:30June2009 – see also this info added to the ArKaos blog] [I’m still learning lots about ArKaos GrandVJ software, so posting notes, tips, etc. for my own memory and that may be of use to others, however I’m no expert … Continue reading

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Widescreen Experiment

This one is all down to Alan for having the idea, following it through and making it happen, but I’m going to document it and take all the credit 🙂 Basically what we wanted was to fill that space at … Continue reading

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Learning from a concert Visualist

I found this interview with Deborah Johnson who at the time of the interview is performing visuals on tour with Sufjan Stevens. With this blog I want to explore the areas of using visuals within a Christian meeting and as … Continue reading

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