Mattia Parisse and Constantin Jopeck
video filmed in fablab (macroscopic views on digital milling machine, and photogrammetries) - alternative photogrammetry montages, virtual place of Constantin research, guest texts (Pierre Notte, Ursula Le Guin, Louise Michel), digital milling machine chalk sculptures, printed flags, digital embroidery. Archeology of a virtual place, place at different time, on a chalk ground, traces of time still visible, place-board, writing ground, the chalk heart = stick to write. Photogrammetry will allow to establish perimeters - space, order, mix - to bring back to our view the immeasurable dimensions of a porous horizon at the same time unknown and familiar. The sound emerges from the rest revealing the material component of images, alternating with digital sound.
Digital textile machine, digital time machine.. all landscapes (past, future, real, fiction) are linked together.
Italian composer , performer and sound artist. Winner of the XVI Premio Nazionale delle Arti (IT) He creates mixed-music and electroacoustic music compositions, interactive sound installations, audiovisual works and augmented musical instruments. He is interested in the new and unconventional digital sound production techniques as well in the design and self-constructive research of instruments and their relationship with the technological medium.
Is an artist whose practice is research-based and uses film as primary medium. After graduating from the Universities of Rome, Bologna, Strasbourg, Thessaloniki and Nanterre, in Aesthetics and Cinema, European Literature and Postmodern Theater, Constantin Jopeck established himslef as an artist-researcher within the Research Cooperative of the Ecole Supérieure d'Art Clermont Métropole.
In parallel with his artistic practice he founded a residency and a festival “Le dôme” (in France in Centre Region) dedicated to moving image artists. A production residency which has taken, since 2015, the form of a laboratory for production, research and international meetings.