Human Gest

Corporate Event // Pescara
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When: 29.05.10 - 8 years ago
Type: Corporate
  • Saturday 29 May 2010
    21:00 02:00
    Human Gest Pescara Italy

For the opening of the new headquarter in Pescara, Human Gest, a company specialized in training and human resources, assigns FLV - Flyer Live Visuals to enrich the presentation ceremony of the new structure to the employees.

FLV - Flyer Live Visuals suggests an unconventional live-video performance to entertain participants in an interactive manner in order to increase the cohesion of the working group through a funny situation.

The performance proposed is Luma2Solator by the datch video-performers Pips:Lab.

The video installation is based on the principle of long exposure photography. Each guest receives a mini torch to draw light routes in the air, positioning the front of a screen. A camera takes the scene and on the same screen is delayed image taken from camera, with the particularity that the strong light sources are persistent in the video projection, returning the dynamic image of the person surrounded by bright paths. Every two minutes the camera snaps a photo of the person posing the last hired and the track lights over the two minutes preceding the shooting; the result is a photo that immortalizes the subject with its luminous track.

In parallel, to complete the offer with a musical entertainment, takes place a djset by Hugo Sanchez, eclectic musician, composer and selector, active for years on the music scene in Rome, highly prized for the versatility that characterizes his show.


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18 May 2006
9 October 1970

  • Italy Roma



Very interested in any kind of avant-garde, costume, music, art and experimentation, it is updated on all sorts of innovation in technology and communications.

In 1996 he founded and coordinates the various activities dealing Flyer Communication Srl well as the managerial tasks and strategic development of all applications Flash Flyer.

In 1999 he founded Shockart.net that quickly becomes a point of reference for the Web Art and especially for the productions in Shockwave Flash, features exhibitions in Rome, Valencia, San Francisco, New York.

In 2001 he created a AV mixer FLxER based on Flash tecnology, that is presented in the most varied occasions, it is used to mix vector graphics, audio, video, text and interactive media, in live performance.

From 2002 to 2005 taught at the IED as teacher in the Master in Web Design and Strategy, and in 2006 taught "Flash" in the course of Graphics for three years.

He has also edited several interventions in the Faculty of Engineering, University of Sannio, Department of Linguistic Practices and Text Analysis at the University of Bari, in the Faculty of Humanities, University of Tor Vergata, University of Perugia , at the Biennale of Young Artists of Athens (2003), the Flash Forward in San Francisco and New York, the Center for Studies in Szentendre (Budapest), at Sonar in Barcelona, the RESFEST of Rome, the Biennial of Valencia, the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Bergamo, the Galleria d'Arte Moderna in Rome, at the Faculty of Architecture of Wisdom.

In 2004 he won the prize Bardi IBM Web award with the site of the Photograpy International Festival of Rome in the same year he started writing for Next Exit magazine and others on the Web.

In 2006, Achille Bonito Oliva gives the ABO Silver, an award for having outstanding accomplishments of Web Art, as one of the protagonists of international contemporary art.

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