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WORKSHOP - CGI WITH AREA OF WORK

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WORKSHOP - CGI WITH AREA OF WORK

avec Area Of Work

Ce workshop est une introduction aux logiciels de création 3D qui permettent de réaliser des images aux qualités photographiques qui ne sont pas des photographies.

Metaphotography - Workshop de RV

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Metaphotography - Workshop de RV

avec Robin Bervini, Milo Keller

Pendant cet atelier de cinq jours encadré par Milo Keller et Robin Bervini, les participant·e·s ont travaillé en groupes pour créer des environnements suggestifs inspirés de photographies de référence. L'objectif était d'amener les spectateurs et spectatrices dans un univers parallèle à observer depuis un point de repère statique. Les étudiant·e·s ont appris les bases de la création d'environnements avec Unreal Engine 4 en faisant face à des complications techniques afin de faire fonctionner leurs projets sur le casque autonome Meta Quest 2.

Workshop de Materialized Photography

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Workshop de Materialized Photography

avec Mazaccio & Drowilal, MAP

Durant cet atelier d'une semaine, les étudiant·e·s ont été confrontés chaque matin à un défi sculptural et, l'après-midi, ils ont continué à développer leurs projets semestriels avec les conseils du duo d'artistes Mazaccio & Drowilal.

Workshop de Automated Photography

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Workshop de Automated Photography

avec Marco De Mutiis

Dans cet atelier intensif d'une semaine, le curateur digital Marco de Mutiis a demandé aux étudiant·e·s de créer un projet photographique à l'aide d'un processus de ludification ou autrement automatisé.

Book making workshop

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Book making workshop

avec Nicolas Polli

Exquisite Corpse expérience de RV

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Exquisite Corpse expérience de RV

avec Milo Keller

A l'occasion de la Biennale dell' immagine Chiasso, les étudiant·e·s de 2e année en Master Photographie proposent, du 17 au 19 septembre, «Exquisite Corpse» – une série de projets en Réalité Virtuelle (VR) dans le Palestra CPC. Direction artistique: Milo Keller Assistants: Florian Amoser Robin Bervini Etudiant·e·s: Emma Bedos Alexey Chernikov Mahalia “Taje” Giotto Clemens Fischer Nikolai Frerichs Hikaru Hori Augustin Lignier Sophie Schreurs Alisa Strub Yang Su

VR Workshop

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VR Workshop

avec Milo Keller, Robin Bervini

Atelier d'introduction à la réalité virtuelle animé par Milo Keller avec l'assistance technique de Florian Amoser et Robin Bervini. Pendant cette introduction de 5 jours, les étudiants ont appris à utiliser Unreal Engine 4 pour prototyper et tester leurs scènes en temps réel. En travaillant en binôme, chacun d'entre eux a commencé à développer un module d'une expérience VR globale qui sera présentée à la Biennale dell'immagine 2021 à Chiasso.

Model Behaviour, Version 2

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Model Behaviour, Version 2

avec Simone Niquille

L'atelier s'inspire du portrait traditionnel mais s'en écarte intentionnellement, permettant une exploration critique des constructions culturelles et numériques du "soi" et de la "famille" à travers l'objectif des filtres neuronaux, en mettant l'accent sur la production quotidienne plutôt que sur la qualité, l'édition étant reportée à un stade ultérieur de la préparation de la présentation.

Iconic

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Iconic

avec Lauren Huret, MAP

In this workshop, first and second year students had group discussions around what makes an image iconic and developed group and individual projects. The workshop was tutored by Lauren Huret

Book making workshop

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Book making workshop

avec Nicolas Polli

The workshop is a complement to the Photobook semester project during which the first year students, tutored by graphic designer Nicolas Polli, learned to think of the photobook as an object. Each student developed their sequence and made creative choices that led to the production of a dummy.

Metaphysical Content

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Metaphysical Content

avec Area Of Work

A one week transversal CGI workshop tutored by Area of Work to the first year Master Photography students in November 2020. Tutors: Area of Work Students: Emma Bedos, Alexey Chernikov, Mattia Dagani Rio, Thomas Dreux (HEAD Geneva), Clemens Fischer, Nikolai Frerichs, Mahalia Giotto, Hikaru Hori, Joanne Joho (HEAD Geneva), Augustin Lignier, Yshao Lin, Sophie Schreurs, Alisa Strub and Renée Verhoeven. Assistants: Florian Amoser, Robin Bervini, Thomas Le Provost. Digital architecture: Florian Amoser Virtual walkthrough: Robin Bervini Soundtrack:  Hatari  - MSH03X

Still Life Photography

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Still Life Photography

avec MAP, Charles Negre

During this practical workshop tutored by Charles Negres, the students have been introduced to studio lighting for still life photography and realized images on topics connected to climate.

Still Life Photography

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Still Life Photography

avec MAP, Charles Negre

The students created still life compositions developing a consistent body of images. Tutored by Charles Negres.

Guardare l’utopia

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Guardare l’utopia

avec Milo Keller, MAP

L'utopie est invisible, seuls les utopistes peuvent la voir. Une classe de 12 étudiants du Master en photographie de l'ECAL/Université d'art et de design de Lausanne, en résidence à la Casa Corti à Pellio, Val d'Intelvi (Italie), a élaboré les concepts d'utopie et de communauté. Identifiant le malaise d'une génération piégée dans les réseaux sociaux, confuse entre la réalité et la sphère virtuelle, et ayant besoin d'établir de nouvelles valeurs, le groupe a développé une série de stratégies différentes : séances de méditation matinales, promenades au Monte Generoso, repas partagés et discussions pour produire des photographies et des vidéos qui, tout en s'éloignant progressivement de la réalité, atteignent des dimensions imaginaires qui oscillent entre utopie et dystopie, figuration et abstraction. Curateur Milo Keller Assistants Florian Amoser Calum Douglas Graphic Design Nicolas Polli biennaleimmagine.ch https://casacorti.org/

WORKSHOP - CGI WITH AREA OF WORK

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WORKSHOP - CGI WITH AREA OF WORK

avec Area Of Work

Ce workshop est une introduction aux logiciels de création 3D qui permettent de réaliser des images aux qualités photographiques qui ne sont pas des photographies.

Dominic Hawgood workshop

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Dominic Hawgood workshop

We are living in a feedback loop between digital technologies and our perception of the world, and what surrounds are multitudes of constructed realities. Light fields, 3d scanning, and photogrammetry are advancing the potential of computational realism, drawing upon scientific principles, theories and techniques prior to the advent of photography. It was Leonardo da Vinci who originally conceived of the Plenoptic Function, and Michael Faraday who theorised light to have a field. What has had to happen is for technology to catch up, and the result is the rapid metamorphosing of lens-based media, and an explosion of a new kind of realism.

Copy and paste

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Copy and paste

avec MAP, Taiyo Onorato

Mirage Club

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Mirage Club

avec Golgotha, MAP

Les images de synthèse (CGI) sont partout. Plus réelles que la réalité, les images créées par les logiciels 3D sont principalement utilisées dans les secteurs de la publicité et du divertissement. Le photoréalisme de ces visuels photographiques brouille les frontières entre le réel et le virtuel. Guidés par le studio Golgotha, les étudiants du Master Photographie de l’ECAL ont exploré les avantages et inconvénients potentiels de ces processus particuliers en recherchant leurs pouvoirs illusoires. Lors de Paris Photo, une installation immersive guidera les visiteurs dans un espace labyrinthique, traduction physique de la complexité de notre relation aux médias photographiques. https://vimeo.com/302879066

Global Market

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Global Market

What does a global city look like? Over the course of one week, thirteen students of the newly-launched Master in Photography program at ECAL/ University of Art and Design of Lausanne, Switzerland were invited by Lorenzo Vitturi  to explore London. The city’s diversity makes it unique as a global capital of the arts, economics, scientific and technological research and developments. 37% of the city’s inhabitants were born outsidethe UK, the highest foreign-born population of any city in the world with over 300 languages spoken.  London is the contemporary Babel.  Each student was assigned a different area of London in orderto engage with, observe and discover the diversity and specificities of various different cultures, contexts and realities. The work presented here is the result of three intensive days of shooting, one night of editing, one day of printing, endingwith a performative presentation during Offprint at Tate Modern, where the images are combined and sequenced in order to reveal a new vision of London.  During Offprint, our thirteen students transform into merchants,lowering their prices as the evening approaches to aid in a successful sale, advising their customers not to combine still-lifes with portraits, or not to place studio-lighting next to natural light etc.

3DDD

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3DDD

avec Golgotha, MAP

In our actual socio-cultural context where boundaries between reality and vir-tuality are blending, where connexions between virtual networks, art and beauty are influencing our everyday behaviours, where photography and CGI (Computer Generated Imagery) never been doing so perfectly together through the infinite possibilities they offer now, it is now time to experiment and make our creativity travel through them. How a virtual shape can become real, and virtual again, and real again? When does the process stops?

Virtual Excavations

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Virtual Excavations

This workshop focuses on different uses of ‘installation’ in its broadest sense and its relationship to photographic practice.  The starting point for this installation will be to explore the virtual world of interior architectural design. Each student will be given a “room” to create where they will extract objects/surfaces/motifs from the virtual domestic space and give it a physical presence. The imagery that students draw from might be their own constructed virtual objects, or found online virtual domestic interiors.

SuperStudio

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SuperStudio

avec MAP, Thomas Traum

In CG you have total control over all aspects of the image, making it the photographer's perfect studio. In CG, space is even bigger than the studio, its infinite. The students were invited to dream of images that wouldn't be otherwise possible to make during a one week workshop with Thomas Traum.The students utilised different techniques such photogrammetry, found 3D models and their own photography to build their own dream images. This was presented as a group show in the photographic studio at ECAL. Accompanying the exhibition was a video of the virtual exhibition in the very same space.

Image Archives

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Image Archives

avec Joe Hamilton, MAP

Image Archives Description: In this workshop, students will dive into the depths of online image archives and explore the potential for using found imagery as a material. Aesthetic, material, and political concerns surrounding images archives will be discussed. Students will get hands-on experience searching for images online, building their own image archives and exploring possible outcomes towards a final presentation. The workshop will conclude with an exhibition of final artworks. Objectives: Explore and discuss the world of image archives available online. Experiment with—and think critically about—methods of collecting, issues of ownership, techniques of manipulation, material and presentation. Create and exhibit an artwork that makes use of these learnings.

Workshop in Berlin

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Workshop in Berlin

To celebrate the launch of a new master’s degree in photography at ECAL in 2016, the first year students worked together with Taiyo Onorato and Milo Keller (Head of Photography at ECAL) in Berlin for one week to produce a book about the city’s architecture in turmoil. Using the wide streets of Berlin as a blank canvas, the students were encouraged to interpret rather than document the spaces of the vast metropolis and build their own story of its distinctive character. The picturesdepict the shift that Berlin has undergone in the past, from the perspective of unexpected encounters, vacant spaces, countless construction sites and shared revelations. The book was printed and bound at Helmut Newton Foundation during the C/O Berlin Book Days, 29.9 – 2.10.2016. Participants: Johannes Bauer, Vilhelm Björndahl, Senta Simond, Nicolas Toulotte, Laura Zoccarato, Marc Asekhame, Calum Douglas, Bastien Gomez, Karla Hiraldo Voleau, Yuliya Khan, Stéphane Mocan, Eunwook Nam, Shin Young Park, Robert Swierczynski, Maria Tasula, Justinas Vilutis, Maria Grazia Grasso The book has been produced in collaboration with C/O Berlin for the Book Days 2016.

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