In this talk, Christian “Mio” Loclair and Marta Soto will lead through an exciting journey from urban street art to new media design and creative technologies. What does GPU coding and street dance have in common? Is there an invisible bond among every discipline? To review the benefits of interdisciplinary research and its characteristic poetry, they will study how very different field can enrich each other in abstraction and on concrete examples. Furthermore, the use of cutting edge technology and its benefits for visual communication will be critically analyzed and discussed. Let's headspin deep into invisible storytelling to rethink digital poetry.
Rethink digital poetry
Waltz Binaire is a creative studio, for human motion in digital design. The poetic collision of human desire and cutting-edge technology illustrate our present age with digital harmony and voltaic friction. Exploring the aesthetics of this encounter, is the journey of Waltz Binaire. They envision, design and implement new artistic perspectives towards human identity and innovative technology. To enrich the perception of digital phenomena and to communicate new ideas, is why they moonwalk on motherboards.
Christian “Mio” Loclair, creative director at Waltz Binaire, is a media artist and choreographer from Berlin, Germany. He explores the harmonic friction of human bodies, movement and nature colliding with digital aesthetics. Using cutting edge technology in interactive installations, audio-visual experiences, visual narratives and dance performances, he continuously illuminates the beauty and drama of human identity. He is publishing his work on mobile applications, digital projections and theater stages around the world for independent and commissioned projects.
Marta Soto is an interdisciplinary designer, researching at the intersection of technology and interactive experiences. Based in Berlin, she works at the design studio Waltz Binaire. Her projects range from computer vision to GPU based analysis and real time shading. She studied industrial engineering, and has a background in architecture. Marta is interested in technology, fine arts and songs in minor for piano and accordion.