Put together photography, 3D animation and controlled AI and get as a result the video artwork 'the process around success' that creates an "infinite zoom". With this video artwork you get a conceptual introduction to the process around success from astronomer Marc Klein Wolt. How far are you willing to go for success?
Thursday 19 October until Saturday 21 October | Time and location to be announced
The video artwork 'the process around success' conceptually shows the perseverance and passion of Marc Klein Wolt and his team. By setting up a radio telescope on the shadow side of the moon, Marc wants to portray the last unbreakable piece of the Big Bang. The fact that this adventure has been going on for 20 years is central to the video artwork. The disbelief from his colleagues within astronomy, the initially unfeasible scale of the project and the perseverance and passion required to make his project a possible success. 'The process around success' zooms in on this story in a bittersweet way and gets the viewer thinking about success.
Over Justin Bentvelsen
Justin Bentvelsen is a director and animator. He combines these two disciplines to create video artworks in which both form and execution are central. With specifically this video artwork, he introduces viewers not only to Marc Klein Wolt, but also to his process around success. Perseverance and passion also require sacrifice and can make you reflect on the question: how far are you willing to go for success?
Radboud Art & Science Festival
This event is part of Radboud Art & Science. On 19, 20 and 21 October, immerse yourself in the world of art and science on the university campus.
Let yourself be transported to the past through music, film, and dance. Walk past photo exhibitions, light installations and visual art that give you a unique perspective of the campus. There will also be live concerts, performances, and interactive performances in unexpected places. In doing so, we delve into the university's heritage, history and day-to-day operations, and explore the stories of students, researchers and other staff.
Entrance to Radboud Art & Science is free and everyone is welcome. Will you be there?