About Workshop: Mo-Cap Boogie-Woogie was a three days workshop of tall tales, soft data, hardcore fabrication at Willem de Kooning Academy / Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, Netherlands. There were ten students from Master and Bachelor courses from Maryland Institute College of Art (Baltimore) and Willem de Kooning Academy / Piet Zwart Institute (Rotterdam) working on intensive twelve-hour prototyping session that turns collaborative ideas into the tangible project.
Objective: The goal of this workshop was to facilitate exchange between international students interested in both traditional and emerging ways of making. It aims to teach concrete technical skills as well as meta-skills in collaboration in a shot but intensive time frame with data coming from a motion capture suit.
Result: To conclude with a public presentation of an exciting project made by 10 students using motion capture suit.
Graphic, Motion and Interaction Designer
I am a 25-year-old multidisciplinary graphic designer with six years of experience, currently pursuing MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore. My work in various fields particularly industrial projects has helped me develop knowledge of communications and strategic design.
Ever since I was a student I have been fascinated by the ability to design technology to add dynamism to tangible design. I approach design as a multidisciplinary practice, specializing in graphic design including branding, design coding, advertising, UI/UX, and graphic motion projects. I continue to develop my skill set with Adobe Suite, Processing, Adriano, Cinema 4D, P5js, Invision, and other design software.