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Zden Hlinka

The Evolution of a VJ

PRESENTED ON FEB 29, 2012
IN TRNAVA @ VOL 3

In this presentation, VJ Zden Hlinka talks about his humble beginnings, how his career progressed, and covers his achievements in the field of VJing over the past two decades. This presentation is in Slovak.

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Art evolution

BY KADEN COWAN
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11 year old Kaden, a student at Yokohama International School in Japan, shows us the evolution of his art work from 2nd Grade to 6th Grade! Brilliant. This presentation shows many things - Kaden's great artistic ability, the eloquence of a 6th grader and that the PechaKucha format allows everyone young and old a like to have a platform to show and share their work. Kaden thanks for stepping to the mic in Tokyo.

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New Music Scene in Vietnam

BY TRI MINH
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The Evolution of Things

BY YAVUZ YILMAZ
@ VOL 4 ON FEB 27, 2014

Yavuz Yılmaz presents a quick review of the evolution of smart things. He discusses the evolution of smartphones, tablets, apps, and wearables, and explains some of his progressive projects. (In German)

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My Life as a VJ

BY MICHELLE VAN MILL
@ VOL 7 ON OCT 01, 2013

Michelle van Mil (known as Vj VeeMee) is specialized in live visual performances and content creation, with experience around 200 shows all throughout The Netherlands and Europe. Solo or with her VeeMee-team she works on a large scale of multiple vj-productions. With great passion we love to rock the screens and stages day in, day out.

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The Music Drive

BY RYAN KENNIHAN
@ VOL 10 ON DEC 02, 2015

What is home? A comparison of music from two particular erras demonstrates a change in usage and meaning of that monoslyabic word. 

Ryan Kennihan is an architect and lecturer. Originally from Chicago, he studied architecture at Cornell University and has been based in Dublin, Ireland since 2002, establishing his practice in 2007. He has taught and lectured widely and is currently a lecturer in the Thesis year at the Dublin School of Architecture at DIT.

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Coworking: The Evolution of Business

BY TIFFANIE MARK
@ VOL 16 ON FEB 18, 2016

What is coworking, and how could it evolve in the future? Tiffanie Mark will exhibit how true collaboration can be used to facilitate the evolution of business. How we can, in fact, build ourselves through building community, and how this could apply to you!

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LPM an imaginative journey

BY ANTONIO ROSCIANO
@ VOL 7 ON APR 21, 2016

Antonio Rosciano is an event and art producer. Antonio has started VJ since 2001 and has performed various festivals in Italy and Europe. From 2006 he started his career as producer for Festivals. He began helping the organization of Live Performers Meeting (LPM) in Rome, for which he is still in the board of directors. Recently Antonio has been the main organizer of the second edition of the HCMC International Dance Festival 2014 and the creator of KaleidoSoup first international meeting and playground for VJs and visual art performers held in Vietnam 2015.

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The Evolution of a Mythological Creature

BY TANAKA NGWARA
@ VOL 1 ON MAY 19, 2016

Tanaka Ngwara discusses the evolution of mystical creatures.

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Koto Music: A Lesson In Cultural Transformation

BY JEAN-MARC LEPAIN
@ VOL 10 ON APR 01, 2017

In the past, Japanese music faced a dilemma to adapt itself to a new modern taste and was heading towards a future of being perished. Jean-Marc Lepain talks about the challenge faced by Koto music, its evolution and reinvention, and how Koto music beat all odds.