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Culture, Art & Industry Convergence Center

Convergence Studio

Located on the fourth and fifth floors of the Culture, Art & Industry Convergence Center, the Convergence Studio hosts conferences, tele-presence, seminars, showcases and media events and is also physically connected to Convergence Hall.

- Offer a cultural opportunity for development into a true global artist through active cultural exchange with contemporary artists through diverse creative works, education, R&D and networking of CultureHub programs (New York and Los Angeles) at Seoul Institute of the Arts.

- Develop and operate competitive content made at the school by connecting the tele-presence program with New York, Los Angeles and SeoulArts.

Telepresence, CultureHub program

- Develop and operate competitive content produced at the school by connecting the tele-presence program with New York, Los Angeles and SeoulArts.

- The Culture, Art & Industry Convergence Center holds a year-end program (example: KOCCA for inviting experts from abroad, Merry SeoulArts Mas)

<CultureHub – Telepresence> reinforces the previous method of global networking class with cross-disciplinary cultural exchange and displays partial contents to the outside for advertisement.

Title Art, Culture & Technology
Cooperation
School of Media, School of Performance
Type
Four modules, four sessions (4x4) Share and release the number one in Session 1 at the Culture, Art & Industry Convergence Center
Period
September to December 2013 (about 15 weeks)
Location
Culture, Art & Industry Convergence Center

Examples of New York artists (each worked for four weeks)

Artists Class contents
1
Tom Lee
School of Media, School of Performance
2
John King &
Benton Bainbridge
Studied latency in data delivery from other cities by composing with interactive audio
3
Chris Burke &
Joseph Bainbridge
Specified the narrative structure and developed performance work through virtual stage
4
James George &
Alexander Porter
Studied new expression methods in video production combining movement and data obtained by a kinetic sensor and color data through a DSLR camera.