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Brian Murphy of Binghamton, NY, joined us for an artist residency over the week of March 21st. Brian teaches various classes at Broome Community College and Binghamton University, as well as assisting Dave Jones with research and production of Dave’s video image processing tools.

Brian’s focus for his residency was to use our array of video processing tools to process and mix his own video samples for later use. Mixing in prepared videos, some live camera work, the MVIP and other signal processing tools, and software such as Max, Brian transformed his videos into new forms barely recognizable from his source material. This newly processed footage is to be used for work to be shown at the Bret Llewellyn Gallery of Alfred State College in the Fall of 2016.

Brian mixing and processing video samples

Brian mixing and processing video samples

Brian and NYSCC technical specialist Mark Klingensmith conversing in the studio

Brian and NYSCC technical specialist Mark Klingensmith conversing in the studio

MVIP processed video by Brian Murphy

MVIP processed video by Brian Murphy

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