Audiovisual artist and producer Roly Skender will be imparting his wisdom in Mandurah this month.
In the early 2000's Skender helped pioneer audiovisual performance in Australia and by 2013 he began producing projection mapping works on buildings and in natural environments.
His work explores the connection between sound and vision, often mixing technology-driven presentation with more traditional art practices including movement/dance, illustration, vocal performance and music.
The creative Western Australian will be holding workshops at Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah, to share his work and teach the art of ‘projectioneering’ on April 14 and 15.
His current practice incorporates a mixture of sound and video design, 3D animation, creative coding, performance and interactivity to create large-scale artworks.
Workshop participants will get to look at projection mapping and interactivity using Touch Designer software, and will learn practical skills of using projectors as a tool for presenting art.
Workshop bookings can be made by calling Contemporary Art Spaces Mandurah on 9550 3989 or by visiting artspacesmandurah.com.au.