Hattlerized Motorsaw

Hattlerized Motorsaw
Max Hattler
Sune Petersen
4'30'' cgi colour
2013 | UK | Germany | Denmark
Punto y Raya Festival 2016

Live A/V performance by Max Hattler, Motorsaw (Sune Petersen) and schmid.
Science Friction, Copenhagen, 28 May 2013.


Authors
Max Hattler
Max Hattler

1976 | Germany

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Max Hattler is a London-based moving image artist educated at Goldsmiths and the Royal College of Art. He has had solo exhibitions and retrospectives at Playgrounds Festival, Lumen Eclipse, Media Art Friesland, Image Forum Festival Japan and International Short Film Festival Detmold, among others.

His work has been shown at film festivals and exhibitions worldwide and he has collaborated with music acts such as Basement Jaxx, Julien Mier, Jovanotti, Pixelord, The Egg, and Jemapur.

As an extension of his film and video work – and as an antidote to it – Max performs live audiovisual works at festivals and in art spaces, including the Museum of Image and Sound in Sao Paulo, Electrovisiones Mexico City, the European Media Art Festival, Cimatics Festival, Donaufestival Krems, Filmfest Dresden, SuperDeluxe Tokyo, The Big Chill Festival and London's Institute of Contemporary Arts.

He teaches in London at Goldsmiths and Chelsea, and is studying towards a Doctorate in Fine Art at the University of East London.


Lives in Hong Kong, Hong Kong.   +info

Sune Petersen
Sune Petersen

1974 | Denmark

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Sune Petersen's work life has three facets. Artistic, commercial and educational. His artistic practice mainly evolve around generative video performance and playful performative installations. He has been active in this field since 1997 and has seen and is constantly exploring the technology for new possibilities.

A background in science, having studied both physics and computer engineering, in combination with a creative approach to technology, have opened up for commercial work for instance in museums where he creates interactive installations using complex projections and multiple channels of audio to mediate architecture, the history of Europe, pixels and inventions, prison life, Japanese Cosplay culture and much more. Having been on the forefront in the creative use of technology, Sune has been teaching in different contexts which includes institutions all across Europe and an extensive period at Aalborg University.

He often bases his teaching on insights gathered during his commercial and artistic work in order to draw connections between theory and praksis.


Lives in Copenhagen, Denmark.   +info