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Animex 2014 – Pipeline: Max Hattler masterclass


12 February 2014 2:00 pm - 12 February 2014 4:00 pm
MaxHattler at KXFS photo by David Parry PA.

For Animex 2014 artist Max Hattler will be sharing his experience of producing digital animated work for different platforms and exhibition spaces. Max is an artist who experiments with the tools and processes of animation to produce abstract artworks across a range of media from mobile applications to installations in public spaces to audiovisual performance. In his performances he uses a custom software visual instrument called the Hattlerizer to play textured geometric shapes in real time. Max produced a short film for Channel 4 with Animate Projects in 2012 for broadcast and online exhibition.

Free. No booking required. Limited places so please arrive early to avoid dissapointment.

Pipeline is an initial series of events following the publication of Accelerate Animation, a report on the practice and professional needs of creative animators – http://accelerateanimation.com. This masterclass is produced by Animate Projects in association with Animex 2014 and mima, supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Links:
http://www.maxhattler.com/
http://accelerateanimation.com
http://animex.tees.ac.uk/

 Max Hattler studied at Goldsmiths and the Royal College of Art in London. He has made over 30 moving image works, including in the last two years three abstract sci-fi films, a water-screen installation, a fulldome film for the Russian Cosmonautics Museum, a campaign film for Amnesty International, and the Kaleidobooth mobile phone application. He has had solo exhibitions at Tenderpixel Gallery (London), Playgrounds Festival (Tilburg), Lumen Eclipse (Massachusetts), Media Art Friesland and Pinakothek der Moderne (Munich). Max is active in the field of audiovisual performance and has performed live around the world, including the Museum of Image and Sound in Sao Paulo, the European Media Art Festival and SuperDeluxe (Tokyo). Max is a Doctorate in Fine Art candidate at University of East London, and teaches at Goldsmiths and University of the Arts London.


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