Emergents: Room Tone - artist talk by Lilian Leung

Thu. May 13, 2021 at 7:00pm EDT
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Emergents: Room Tone - artist talk by Lilian Leung

Photogrammetry as Creative Archive is an artist talk with Tkaronto/Toronto-based digital artist Lilian Leung. Lilian will discuss their work with photogrammetry, a form of 3D-scanning. Drawing on their recent project Future through Memory: Chinatown VR Storytelling, where they developed community-created, interactive documentation of Toronto’s Chinatowns, Lilian will speak about the potential of photogrammetry as a more widely accessible form of digital artmaking—and as a radical form of community archive. As well Lillian will address their own approach to creative photogrammetry, and the ethical, social, and artistic implications of 3D scanning. They will then share how to make a 3D scan using a computer and basic (phone) camera, provide a walkthrough of the photogrammetry software Agisoft Metashape, and hold a Q+A session for the public.

Curated by Sara Constant.  


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