Tapecanvas: Analog Video Workshop

Explore real time video generation and processing with 4 separate stations including live cameras, video feedback, synthesizers, circuit bent video processors, modified tv's and DIY video instruments

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Noah Dobbs

Noah Dobbs

Noah Dobbs (tapecanvas) is an experimental video and sound artist. He uses analog electronics to create and shape video in real-time. His work derives from an early interest in circuit bent electronics and uncovering a deeper feature-set within the devices used in his practice. He creates single-channel video works, builds A/V instruments, and has performed alongside members of the region's avant-garde and beyond, creating accompanying visual material that pulls from mostly improvised soundscapes and acts as a bridge between senses. He is the visual part of 'Flavorless' - a live-streamed house music party bringing underground electronic music to Chattanooga, a frequent collaborator with Baby Magic, and recently displayed two new works at "Permanent Vacation" - a group exhibition in NY.