In this collaborative, interactive workshop we will journey through the realms of analog video mixing and graphics. Steered by our collective vision, we will use a vintage video mixer, live camera feed, custom Tachyons+ gear, and found footage to create new works of video art that you can use for all of your creative endeavors. We’ll also view and discuss historical video art examples through a feminist, POC, and queer lens. You’ll learn set-up and basics about signal flow, effects, transitions, cameras, and lighting. Bring your own found footage on physical media (VHS, DVD) and bring a flash drive to take home a digital file of your artwork.
Sunday April 21
1815 S. Main St., Los Angeles
$55, limited to 12 participants RSVP to reserve your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Luisa Petrisko is a music and visual artist in Los Angeles. Her art investigates the complexities of the colonized body while encompassing a multitude of experience of time, space, and self. She has been artist-in-residence at the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Echo Park Film Center, Yaddo, and Los Angeles Performance Practice.