Presentations

4 07 2008

 

Short presentations of the Art Camp participants (this is a possible structure – a subject to change):

 

Session 1

Kanno So / Japan

Andrej Boleslavsky / Slovak Republic

Kai Hong Cheok / Singapore

Gina Haraszti / Hungary 

Bin Wang / China/Singapore

 

Session 2

Kian Peng Ong / Singapore

Varvara Guljajeva / Estonia 

Luong Tu Dung / Vietnam

Onellyantie Chuah / Indonesia/Singapore

 

Session 3

Helena Doyle / Ireland

Muhammad Hidayat Sembiring / Indonesia

James Hartill / United Kingdom 

Fiona Ling / Singapore

Jeroen Stout / The Netherlands

 

Session 4

Jihoi Lee / South Korea

Eduardo Gimenez-Cassina / Spain 

Taviphut Praengoen / Thailand

Tobias Leingruber / Germany

“Monkee” Hoi Ieng Lei / China/Macau

 

 

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19 responses

5 07 2008
Dung Luong

My problem is almost the same. I’m facing difficulty in preparing for my presentation because i still do not know exactly what kind of thing i need to say. If i try to make it from the “About me” to my future project etc… 10 minutes would be too little.

Is there any advice?

Thanks,

Dung, Luong

5 07 2008
tobi

hi varvara, don’t worry too much about this, i’d say show whatever you personally like the most in 10 minutes. i’m looking forward to it 🙂 Tobi

6 07 2008
yvetteliang

Strange, i left a comment here yesterday… nothing presents

Anyway, i have the same problem preparing my presentation. I’m not sure what exactly to put into the content so i can not manage with the time limitation.

What should i mostly focus on?

Any suggestion?

Thanks,

Dung, Luong

6 07 2008
jameshartill

I was wondering the same thing, i suppose it makes sense just to focus on one project in the ten minutes and to decide which is the most relevant.
James

6 07 2008
jeroenstout

A bit used to my schools elevator pitches 10 minutes seemed like a luxery to me 🙂

-Jeroen

6 07 2008
khooet

Hi all, the presentation will be open to the public, and in general for them to understand about your work. So do excite them with good videos/visuals of your work while introducing yourself.

I will discuss with Pavel and the organiser and will let you know the details about the presentation later, just hang on there 🙂

8 07 2008
Bin

I was thinking about this problem as well but i think I am just going to concentrate on my key interests for now, rather than trying to show everything. But I didn’t know it’s going to be a public presentation.

8 07 2008
Damien

Presentation about ourselves?

9 07 2008
thongyhod

Don’t worry,be hapy.But not easy for me surely

9 07 2008
perez

helo my name is perez

9 07 2008
Fiona

Don’t worry thongyhod. Im sure you’ll be fine.

But I have no idea what to present about!

Someone help me!

11 07 2008
thongyhod

– -” haha
thx you

13 07 2008
julian Abraham

Hello All,

i try to calculate it.
1 participant = 10 minutes
20 participant = 200 minutes = 3 hours 20 minutes

plus,

the resource person, observer, organizer, etc.

i think we have to fast, but effective.

hehehe.

and for Varvara
we still have 6 day to tell us about all of your work and project.
don’t worry.

and i put comment in machinima.

take look please,

see you all.

16 07 2008
Helena

Hey everyone, this is my first message. I’m really excited about goign to Singnapore but quite scared about the presentation, I’m not sure of the practical requirements what formats stuff has to be on or what facilities are there. Also a bit scared ‘cos i didn’t know it was going to be a public thing! I think ten minutes is a long time to keep an audience capivated, so looks like an interesting but hopefully not that stressful challenge! Can i do a powerpoint presentation and have separate video clips shown? My stuff isn’t on the net so i can’t use links. Any help would be much appreciated as I’m flying on Friday and have to know what to bring. Can’t wait to meet you all!

Helena

16 07 2008
Azizah@ASEF

Dear all,

First of all please don’t be too stressful about this presentation. I know that there’s been question about the content, time, format etc…but actually if you read again your comment, you have almost got the main idea about how to make your own presentation.

Just to summarise:

– show whatever you personally like the most in 10 minutes (Toby)
– it makes sense just to focus on one project in the ten minutes and to decide which is the most relevant (James)
– the presentation will be open to the public, and in general for them to understand about your work. So do excite them with good videos/visuals of your work while introducing yourself (Eng Tat)
– i think I am just going to concentrate on my key interests for now, rather than trying to show everything (Bin)
– we still have 6 day to tell us about all of your work and project. don’t worry. (Togar alias Julian Abraham alias…)
– I think ten minutes is a long time to keep an audience capivated, so looks like an interesting but hopefully not that stressful challenge! (Helena)

My advice, excite us with your visual images (photo, videos) of your past, current or future project while explaining with your own words dont read to much…(with the projector on, the room should be bit dark anyway and you probably cannot see the audience).

The powerpoint is not compulsory…it’s just one of tools that you can use. If email is too heavy for you to send us the presentation or you need more time to prepare it, then you can submit the CD/DVD (images/video) to us during the registration on Monday 21st July at the Gallery Hotel (2pm-6pm…those who arrived later can of course submit it during breakfast just before the opening on 22nd). The idea is to let the organiser consolidate all presentations so that we make sure technically everything will work during the D-day. No need to waste time, avoid lot of technical problems and importantly, we can have the archive/trace of your presentation in case we decide to produce a post publication.

For Helena, yes you can do a powerpoint presentation and have separate video clips shown. (please prepare us the DVD/CD of ure video).

Finally, it’s your free to present yourself, your individual/group work. Dont be too scared because you know better than anybody else about your work. It’s about an exchange, just be yourself and let your new friends in the camp know a bit more about you. 🙂

Btw, if some of you need a sample of a ppt presentation just let me know by email and i’ll send it to you very soon.

I hope that my comment is helpful enough for you.

Have a safe trip and looking forward to seeing all of you on Monday!

Cheers,
Azizah

PS: Luong, you may want to ask your camarade “Max” Tan Dat, our 5th art camp alumni from HCMC. He did a great presentation…very personal.

16 07 2008
Fayrus Efenddy (Perez)

Hi guys,

The day’s approaching, and I could sense the excitement among all of you. Unfortunately I am not able to join the art camp, due to unavoidable obligations though the flight ticket has confirmed, even the presentation is ready. Anyway, to evade from feeling more regret, feel care to visit my company’s website at http://axst.tv (Axternal Studio) to view the demo reel, which is suppose to be one of my presentation items for the art camp. All the best, aite!

17 07 2008
sedlak

Dear participants of the Ludic Times,

It is my great pleasure to be in touch with you all. I am Pavel Sedlak, new media art curator, who just arrived to Singapore from Prague as one of the resource persons for the art camp.

With Eng Tat and ASEF organizers we are happy indeed to see your initial blog interactions. We do believe that more are yet to come…

I am writing today to kindly ask you if it would be possible to send us very short (5 lines maximum) summary of your presentations, incl. three keywords which you would choose characterize your work/approach/area the most. Please send these few lines before the weekend. We would appreciate it because we are rereading your biographical notes and are trying to create some panel structure for the introductory session. We believe that the better the framework will be the better all the presentations will be perceived.

Looking forward to receiving your feedback, and wishing you a safe trip.

Pavel Sedlak

17 07 2008
Eduardo

Thank you very much Azizah for solving all our questions… I have been for a great deal of the day trying to upload the presentation as an attachment to an email and it’s just been failing…

Looking forward to meeting you all,
E.

21 07 2008
sedlak

While preparing my presentation i realized that I would like to say so much and 10min is kind of short time.

So. Obviously i cannot tell about all my projects and work.

That’s why i have some questions regarding the content of presentation.

First of all, should i tell something about my self or rather focus on the work done in the past?

Second, my master thesis project concerns empowering at-rist children through mobile media. From the other hand, i am active in video art and photography. on which topic is recommended to focus? i’m asking because i think can stress only on one project because of the time limit.

And finally, is this 10min very strict or the presentation can take a bit longer?

i hope it was not too many questions 😛

best,

varvara

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