"Video Cross Processing" was the title for a workshop teached by No-Domain at The Comunicar Design/ ESAD in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal. The name it's inspired by the classic 90´s C-41 reverse chemicals process.
During the workshop 25 students shared an exciting experience playing with a lo-fi-video-technique to generate analogue glitches, textures, errors, colors, cathode distortions, graphics patterns and a bunch of plastic expressions found through analogue screens from tube and flats tv to mobiles phones. See more;
The game was starting from a single letter (like c,r,o,s,s...) and then captured from a screen through another screen through a screen, screenscreenscreen, etc.
4 hours workshop session using old televisions, minidv cams, phone and digital cameras, scanners and other material such as acetato, plastic, water bottles, paper, etc.
X-Pross Images & Voices: Workshop participants.
Direction, Post & Sound: No-Domain.
See another previous entry of No-Domain here.