Experiment with 3D scanners, webcams, audio inputs and motion sensors as tools for DIY digital animation. Instead of relying on traditional key frame techniques, class participants will learn how recent advancements in image and motion capture technology have created new opportunities for artists to use the body to animate scenes. Participants will scan their own bodies and/or personal objects as the basis for a final project.

Dates: July 15 & 16, noon – 4:00pm both days
Location: Classroom
Price: $165 [$150 + $15 materials fee]

Pascual Sisto is an artist and filmmaker based in New York. He graduated with a BFA in Film from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, and a MFA in Media Arts from UCLA. He was recently awarded the workspace residency from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and is a current resident at Pioneer Works in Red Hook. He also attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2011 and is a recipient of the 2012 California Community Foundation Emerging Artist Fellowship and the 2011 ARC Durfee Foundation grant. His work has been reviewed in Art of America, Flash Art, Los Angeles Times and Vice Creator’s Project. Recent exhibitions include Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer (Vienna), 5 Car Garage (Los Angeles), Smart Objects (Los Angeles), China Art Objects (Los angeles) and Bitforms (New York).