#HYPERLINK - Tate Modern – 26th April 2013
Alex May manipulating elements during his 75 minute ‘Painting With Light’ live video mapping and painting art performance in the South Tank at Tate Modern, London.
Video Mapping Software: Painting With Light
Painting With Light is a free software application developed by Alex May that aims to provide artists with a real-time, hands-on approach to video mapping
It was launched on 12th September 2012 as part of Brighton Digital Festival and is available for download now on Windows, Mac OSX, and Ubuntu Linux.
Music Videos (2013)
Video was directed/filmed/edited by Alex and uses his free video mapping software Painting With Light.
- “My Robot Companion: Living in the Uncanny Valley” - Game Horizon 2013, The Sage, Newcastle (9th May)
- “My ‘New’ Robot Companion” - Computer Science Colloquium, University of Hertfordshire (15th May)
- We Live in a Robot House - Hertfordshire University (13th-17th May)
- Painting With Light as part of Vase Curate – #HYPERLINK in The South Tank, Tate Modern (26th April)
- “Shadows of Light“ as part of Vase Curate – #HYPERLINK in The South Tank, Tate Modern (26th April)
- “The Art and Science of Linen” as part of Gone Viral at Marion Art Gallery, Rockefeller Arts Center at State University of New York (SUNY), Freedonia, NY, USA (8th March – 7th April)
- “Alan Turing Sound and Visuals Portrait” at Kinetica Art Fair, London (28th February to 3rd March)
- Business Daily – BBC World Service – interviewed about “My Robot Companion” (transmission date TBC)
- MA Interactive Digital Media, Session Lecturer at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication
- “Video Street Art”, State University of New York (SUNY), Freedonia, NY, USA (8th March)
- MA Digital Media Art, Part time Lecturer at University of Brighton
- Mapping Bacteria Workshop – Fluxmedia, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (8th February)
- Painting With Light – Carousel, Brighton (11th January)
- AudioBoxBaby features inside Computer Music Magazine Special 58 and is on the cover disk (20th February)