FLxER - PERFORMING VIDEO NETWORK AND SOFTWARE



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Lecture
FLxER was born in 2001 as a response to the need to combine the expressive arts of a collective of digital artist together. The idea was created by Gianluca Del Gobbo by Flyer communication and Alberto Bordonaro by Bluecheese.

From the virtual to the real, from the video screen to the tv, from the club to the theatre, to the event evenings, FLxER takes on an itinerant and international character in a few years, becoming the protagonist of evenings and events in the name of VIDEO, LIVE and PERFORMANCE, and today it is a free software to mix vector graphics, audio, video, text and interactive media.

The most important result is the idea of sharing knowledge that develops not only with software, still one of the very few still free, but above all with the community of artists born around this important social value which has given life to regular meetings since 2004, co-productions and many festivals and events united by both the research in the performative video and the concept of sharing knowledge with which FLxER was born.

Events

FLxER Audio Visual Performing Art Project
  • 21.05.18 | May 21 - 27, Rome


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  • Duration: 120 min.
  • Type: Lecture
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INFO

Registered by
18 May 2006
Birthday
9 October 1970

Locations
  • Italy Roma

Websites
www.flxer.net

ABOUT ME

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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