Created in collaboration with Gaudeamus during the pandemic of 2020, Screen Dive is an interactive website and virtual playground showcasing an exciting collection of collaborations and artistic researches. In 2021, Screen Dive makes a new step, supported by Stimuleringsfonds, evolving and becoming a network of international collaborations between composers, hackers, creative coders and visual artists alike. Working closely with Gaudeamus Muziekweek, Screen Dive provides lab support for new interactions, and experiments.
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Now expanded with 4 brand new commissions:
- Eleni-Ira Panourgia – Web-canvas
- Richard Hughes – EDO SYNTH
- Umut Eldem – Brief Gaze of the Infinite Maze
- Daniel Treystman & Amos Peled – ++ | v++ | z++ | s++
Additionally this year, Screen Dive will not only take place online, but will step outside of the digital realm into the physical world as well. During the entire festival, several gaming stations will be present in TivoliVredenburg where you can play all the Screen Dive games in a social setting, and you can see the installation refract me, deflect you by Ruben Kotkamp. The performance Liberation Through Hearing can be experienced during the Gaudeamus Saturday Night and on Thursday 9 September from 16:30 to 18:30 there will be an online workshop by Amy Brandon about her Screen Dive piece Boundary.
Image © Brief Gaze of the Infinite Maze by Umut Eldem