Saturday and Sunday, 30 and 31 July 2011 2:00-6:00 p.m. ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
Masato Tsutsui, one of the leading programmers in the international new media art scene, conducts this two-day intensive workshop on MAX MSP Jitter, a visual programming language for music and multimedia. Participants will be acquainted with the range of possibilities of its usage and develop their programming skills. Participants are required to bring their own laptops for the workshop.
About the Instructor Masato Tsutsui is a Visual Jockey (VJ) and Programmer. Born in Tokyo in 1985, he started working as a VJ after graduating from high school. Masato has since been involved as a visual programmer for various productions in Japan and abroad. His works have been featured at ‘Metamorphose’, ‘SonarSound Tokyo’, ‘Electraglide’, ‘Fuji Rock Festival’ and ‘Big Beach Festival’ among others.
As an independent programmer, Masato specialises in real-time and interactive image of the space production for commercials. He is also engaged as Technical Director at “Super de Luxe”, an alternative art space in Roppongi Hills.