3. – 5. 4. 2015
Institut umění – Divadelní ústav / Dobeška Theatre
Lecturers: MUDr. Imran Zangi, Jakub Aeldryn, Erik Bartoš

Human Eye and its Function
The sight serves to perception of this world. Thanks to it, we can recognize the light, darkness, colors, shapes and space. It’s the most important sense for man, because we use sight for 80 % of our perception,
That’s why the sight is for the lighting technician or designer maybe more important. But do we understand on what principle does it work?

Video as a Source of Light and its Usage in Theatre
Video, video projector isn’t used only to project pictures on a screen nowadays, but it more often appears as a source of light in theatre. Projections are used to complete the scenography and in dance performances it often replaces the lights or it beams a shot of the camera.
Saturdays topic was live video on Resolume platform and was focused on the creation of visual content, basics of mapping and live work with the video.
Sunday was focused on live scanning and transmission of the picture with the subheading: The Extreme Limits of the Light.
By using simple creative exercises with the camera visual spectrum of light comparing with human eye, we moved beyond the visibility.

Photo by Natália Zajačiková