October 19th, 2019, New Delhi: ArtIllume, a platform introducing and encouraging the amalgamation of art science and technology – Experimental new media arts has presented their introductory seminar on Projection-Mapping & Light as Art at WeWork, 5th Floor, DLF Two Horizon Centre DLF Phase 5, Gurugram, Haryana.
The seminar focused on experimental new media arts, its importance and the new technology revolution in experimental arts. This brought together a diverse group of students, artists, critics, designers, and technology experts under one roof to discuss the current scenario of new media arts and technology in India.
Speakers and Panelists in the seminar included Mr. Hitesh Kumar – Founder & CEO of Artillume, Mr. Siddhartha Das- Founder & Director of Siddhartha Das Studio, Mr. Anthony Lopez – Founder, and Director of Lopez Design, Mr. Veenu Pasricha- founder and director of A.V. Graphix Pvt Ltd, Mr. Himanshu Ghosh founder and creative Head of Knownsense Studios, Mr. Suresh Madaan founder and CTO of Dynamix Media, and Mr. Hemkant Tripathi, Chief Technical Officer of Splat studio.
Speaking about the seminar Mr. Hitesh Kumar, Founder of ArtIllume said “The 21st century has witnessed the explosion of artistic experimentation enabled through technology and people are excited about it. Because of our strong vision of technology and inclusion, we believe that the ArtIllume initiative is going to be a big enabler touching many more lives.”
About ArtIllume: Creative thinkers always desire to give wings to their ideas however either fear of the unfamiliar or the lack of opportunities keeps one from it. Artillume is a convergence zone for fearless artists, designers, programmers, students, and all possible transdisciplinary creative enthusiasts. It is also a collaborative space that incubates new ideas and helps them take shape. They are here to bridge the gap between creative processes and their commercial output. Artillume believes, through collaborations, conferences, art meet-ups, workshops and seminars, various practitioners, students, and emerging artists, get introduced to this extended new media community. This curation and incubation will result in public displays of creativity and will encourage an appreciation for new media art among the general public by bringing them closer to the immersive engagement with installations.