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ReVu Video Editor App Launch Party
Thu 10 March 2016, 18:30 – 21:30 GMT
Amazing inspirational speakers!
Performance by electronic artist Scanner!
Conversation, drinks, ideas!
Adam Hoyle, JP Altier, Simon Kentish, Founders of Software Optics, makers of the ReVu video editor app. | Ghislaine Boddington, Founder & Creative Director, body>data>space | Elliot Grove, Founding Director, Raindance | Robin Rimbaud, the internationally acclaimed electronic artist known as Scanner
ReVu video editor app lets you:
Zoom, pan, trim to make an awesome video with your iPhone or iPad. *Also fixes fisheye distortion of GoPro footage.
Available March 2016 from the Apple App Store.
To sign up for the beta test of ReVu, visit: http://www.softwareoptics.com
View the ReVu demo video here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/_xwxRSOeUwA
Please be aware that we will be filming the event for live Periscope streaming and for YouTube.
Scanner (British artist Robin Rimbaud) traverses the experimental terrain between sound and space connecting a bewilderingly diverse array of genres. Since 1991 he has been intensely active in sonic art, producing concerts, installations and recordings, the albums Mass Observation (1994), Delivery (1997), and The Garden is Full of Metal (1998) hailed by critics as innovative and inspirational works of contemporary electronic music. He scored the hit musical comedy Kirikou & Karaba (2007), designed the sound for the new Philips Wake-Up Light (2009), and campaigns for Nike (2011), Chanel (2012), and The Financial Times (2014). More recently Scanner designed the campaign for Sprint phones in cinemas across America, reaching 2.5 billion spectators, scored The Big Dance in Trafalgar Square for 1000 dancers and the re-opening of the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Committed to working with cutting edge practitioners he collaborated with Bryan Ferry, Wayne MacGregor, Mike Kelley, Michael Nyman, Steve McQueen, Laurie Anderson and Hussein Chalayan, amongst others.
Ghislaine Boddington, Co-founder and Creative Director of body>data>space and Women Shift Digital, is an artist, dramaturg, curator and thought leader specialising in body responsive technologies, Ghislaine is recognised as an international pioneer advocating the use of the entire body as a digital interaction canvas for over 25 years. She has created live telepresence links between thousands of participants/audiences across the world for educational, performing arts and creative industries usage using her work to examine the representation of our physical selves and our identities in virtual environments. A co-creator and director of many art works exploring the hyper enhancement of our human senses through the digital and a lead director of international multi-partner projects, she co-curates Nesta’s FutureFest and is a Reader at University of Greenwich.
Elliot Grove, Founding Director, Raindance & Raindance Film Festival and the British Independent Film Awards, who despite being unable to watch TV or films until his late teens due to the constraints of his Amish background, was curious about art and film. He worked first as a scenic artist (painting backgrounds) and started Raindance as a thought experiment: Could you make a movie with no training, no experience or no money. When British filmmakers like Christopher Nolan started making zero budget films, Elliot started Raindance Film Festival, as well as the British Independent Film Awards to showcase their work.
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