Digital Catapult has invited Gibson/Martelli to participate in this year’s BEYOND Conference on November 21-22 at the Royal Institution where we will be on a panel titled Advancing Media Production: Exploring the boundaries of technology-enabled live performance.
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Join us for an engaging conversation with a dynamic panel of experts as we delve into the fascinating intersection of technology and live performance. Hosted by Jessica Driscoll of Digital Catapult, our panel features Rob Jeffries director of Target3D alongside the virtual realists Ruth Gibson and Bruno Martelli of Gibson/Martelli and choreographer Alexander Whitley of Alexander Whitley Dance Company. In the age of virtual production, motion capture, and 5 G-enabled experiences, how does this translate to the practicalities of performance? Fresh off the launch of the Advanced Media Production Studios (AMP), the panel will discuss how the technologies made available through AMP will be transformative to artists and performers, share learnings from the UK’s first permanently 5G connected studios, and explore what production looks like when the technologists get involved.
Wednesday 22nd November 13.30 – 14.30
The Royal Institution, 21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS
Here’s a clip of last years conference in Cardiff…