onedotzero: 23–27 November, BFI London [Events]

Photographed by James Medcraft

This november onedotzero will once again take over British Film Institute (BFI) and showcase the diverse array of the very latest in visual creativity, via five days of expertly curated compilation screenings, feature films, exhibitions and installations, live audio-visual performances, bar events, education projects, presentations and panel discussions.

Like last year, Creative Applications Network has once again joined forces with onedotzero and this year we are celebrating 10 years of Processing and trying to discover what the new type of ʻfimmakerʼ may be. Opensource, the Processing project encompasses a development environment and an online community promoting software literacy within visual arts. A specially curated highlights package of past and present works in motion in association with will be shown. In addition, we’ll be hosting a Q&A session. Karsten Schmidt will also be running a 2-day workshop titled “Joys of Processing”.

We would love you to join us. See here for information and tickets.

BFI Southbank, throughout 23 – 27 November 2011. London.

What else is going on at onedotzero:

Projection Mapping: Trick or Treat? panel
In association with AV:IN: 3D projection mapping is more than a recent trend across arts, entertainment and advertising; emerging as a must have stunt for brands and events worldwide. Is this a trendy trick or are there deeper creative values to this medium. We pull together a panel of top practitioners to debate its future.

Sound and Vision talk
In association with AV:IN: A panel and showcase exploring the idea of visual sound – traversing the experimental terrain between sound, space, image and form in new media, performance and art installation. Invited guests will be chaired by electronic musician/artist Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner, one of the boldest audio innovators of our time.

new british talent 11
A captivating showcase of fresh work by the UKʼs brightest sparks and styles in animation and indie filmmaking today. From students and recent graduates, to independent studio upstarts this selection spans genres, from comedy to documentary, live-action and animation, from Britainʼs finest crop of new talent!

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Festival identity by UVA

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