Videologies2 by Dan Chelger

A brand new pack that includes explorations with a recently developed analog video device.

This pack includes a series of experiments made with a new analog equipment based on "The Wobbulator", a device built in 1968 by Nam June Paik. The difference with the original is the portability: this one has been built inside an Atari 2600 Retro Game Console!

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Unique analog video loops impossible to replicate in the digital environment.

Made by Dan Chelger

Filmmaker, Audiovisual Teacher and Visualist.

His artistic ouvre is manly abstract, based on several analog and A/D techniques, using vision mixers, FX processors, hardware video synths, bendings and DYI developments.

For him, the creative process must involve principles like recycling, restoration and re purposing of obsolete technologies. Also he considers that live visual performance must be deeply tactile, just like with music instruments.


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