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SATELLITES

The MTF Labs Aveiro Satellites

brought together eight universities or research institutions

around the world to work together on projects around the theme ‘Just Ocean’.

Involving participants from diverse cultures, disciplines and education levels.

The Satellites included participants from

York University in Toronto, Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Arte and Ciencia

Bioscénica in Mexico City, Labatier Cymatics in Rio de Janeiro, London College of

Communication - University of the Arts in London,

MPLab from Liepaja University in Latvia, Raster-Media in Chemnitz and the Sound and

Music Computing group at the University of Porto. 

COLLABORATIVE WORKS

COLLABORATIVE WORKS

York University in Toronto – nD::StudioLab

 

Coordinators: Ilze Briede, Marcus Gordon, and Filiz Eryilmaz

Large-scale collaborative work: large screens, violinist, petri dishes, data reading off the music, keyboards, interacting with biological specimens under microscope, visual coding to create 3D light structures and networks. Crystal formation in microscopic evironments, cymatic experiments with different oceanographic materials

Post-graduate students: Marcus Gordon, Rory Hoy, Kwame Kyei-Boateng, Grace Grothaus, Lucy Laconon, Filiz Eryilmaz, Ilze Briede [Kavi]. Frank Tsonis

Bioscenica, Art+Science Research Group, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico City

 

Coordinator: Minerva H. Trejo

Instructions in 13 steps to create an Ice core: Register your ice buildup over time; use milk and shells; Water – ice sculptures – melting time-lapse – animation; Musical soundtrack related to the dripping and melting; One block suspended by ropes.

Liepaja University Latvia – MPLab

 

Coordinators: Paula Vitola, Rogier Jupijn and Ana Priedola 

Short art film showcasing the research and experimentation as well as the video and musical creativity. Ocean scenes in glass jars.  UV Lab – black light.

University of the Arts London (UAL) – London College of Communication

 

Coordinators: Henrietta Ross and Lucy Orr

Students across all education levels: Charis Ng, Justine Chung, Jieyi Zheng, Nosakphol Thokukiatkul, Nihal Nazeer, Sukriti Khurana, Yuqiao Zheng and Yat Shung Tang

  1. Land-water ”boundary” – Un-terrestrializing 
    1. Made a storyboard of how it would come together
  2. Virtual Exhibition of MTF. VR gallery
    1. Ocean Diaries – collected from over 20 ppl Video collage
    2. Animated Jellyfish illustration
    3. Origins of Life montage video – Yat Shung Kan Kevin – on the development of the earliest life forms in hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the oceans – LUCA genetic code found in all life forms today. Development of eyes, legs, all life came from the sea
    4. Pollution illustration
    5. Black and white photography series
    6. Interactive illustration of coral reef

York University in Toronto – nD::StudioLab

 

Coordinators: Ilze Briede, Marcus Gordon, and Filiz Eryilmaz

Large-scale collaborative work: large screens, violinist, petri dishes, data reading off the music, keyboards, interacting with biological specimens under microscope, visual coding to create 3D light structures and networks. Crystal formation in microscopic evironments, cymatic experiments with different oceanographic materials

Post-graduate students: Marcus Gordon, Rory Hoy, Kwame Kyei-Boateng, Grace Grothaus, Lucy Laconon, Filiz Eryilmaz, Ilze Briede [Kavi]. Frank Tsonis

Bioscenica, Art+Science Research Group, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico City

 

Coordinator: Minerva H. Trejo

Instructions in 13 steps to create an Ice core: Register your ice buildup over time; use milk and shells; Water – ice sculptures – melting time-lapse – animation; Musical soundtrack related to the dripping and melting; One block suspended by ropes.

Liepaja University Latvia – MPLab

 

Coordinators: Paula Vitola, Rogier Jupijn and Ana Priedola 

Short art film showcasing the research and experimentation as well as the video and musical creativity. Ocean scenes in glass jars.  UV Lab – black light.

University of the Arts London (UAL) – London College of Communication

 

Coordinators: Henrietta Ross and Lucy Orr

Students across all education levels: Charis Ng, Justine Chung, Jieyi Zheng, Nosakphol Thokukiatkul, Nihal Nazeer, Sukriti Khurana, Yuqiao Zheng and Yat Shung Tang

  1. Land-water ”boundary” – Un-terrestrializing 
    1. Made a storyboard of how it would come together
  2. Virtual Exhibition of MTF. VR gallery
    1. Ocean Diaries – collected from over 20 ppl Video collage
    2. Animated Jellyfish illustration
    3. Origins of Life montage video – Yat Shung Kan Kevin – on the development of the earliest life forms in hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the oceans – LUCA genetic code found in all life forms today. Development of eyes, legs, all life came from the sea
    4. Pollution illustration
    5. Black and white photography series
    6. Interactive illustration of coral reef

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