A great time was had at the first salon for the Midlands Experimental Moving Image Collective on Friday 30th November, despite the cold!
The webcam that I was hoping to use didn’t work with the Raspberry Pi (something the team are aware of) so I had to use my laptop instead. This didn’t present any problems, but it would’ve been good to show off the Raspberry Pi! 😉 Here’s everything that the webcam capture over the three-hour exhibition:
On Friday 30th November I’ll be taking part in the Midlands Experimental Moving Image Collective’s first salon, entitled Warpaint. It’ll be held at Althorpe Street Studios & Gallery in Leamington Spa [map] from 7pm.
MEMIC Film Salon 1: Warpaint is the launch event of MEMIC (Midlands Experimental Moving Image Collective). Come along for a screening of a program of artists’ film and video accompanied by an exhibition of moving image installation works. Including work by artists from around the Midlands (many of whom will be in attendance), as well as work by a number of international artists.
I’ll be demoing glitch camera/Open Camera that was developed as part of my residency at Databit.me in October. It’s a simple script, running on Raspberry Pi, that glitches images from a webcam automatically: