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KaleidoSoup aims to be the biggest international meeting of VJs and visual performers in South-East Asia. This first edition will be held in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), on November 27 and 28, 2015.
Its organizers call KaleidoSoup the 1st Visual Art Playground in South-East Asia.
The open call of KaleidoSoup is addressed first to vj communities and groups of South-East Asia as occasion to compact and fraternize, but all the visual performers of the Globe are invited to join the feast and share their passion for AV performances of all kind.
KaleidoSoup is open to all visual art performers and VJs, from amateurs to professionals. Submissions will be now collected till October 31, starting from this web page: https://flxer.net/LAV/events/kaleidosoup/participate/
Visual performers are usually the most innovative professionals of the creative industry, and they are invited to gather from the South-East Asia regions (and beyond) to take part in KaleidoSoup in order to share tricks, solutions, insights, projects, knowledge, wrapped up in performances to show and shine.
This meeting is designed to celebrate innovative forms of performances and is an unmissable occasion for artists and creatives to get inspiration and learn something new.
All the VJs and visual artists who will have applied for KaleidoSoup will be welcomed in the meeting space on a friday 27 and saturday 28 afternoon (from 1 to 8pm) where they can share and exchange knowledge and tricks, enjoy showcases, hold talks and present on-going projects.
On saturday night, right after the meeting space will be closed, from 9pm till late the VJ Arena will be operative and its large screens will be turned on showcasing several AV performances and some indoor 3D video mapping.
Soon after, a VJ Clash will blow minds and eyes away on the beats of the best electronic music producer in Saigon.
The reference model comes from Europe and this meeting is supported by an international organization of VJs, the LPM, with its new media artists that started from Western Europe; nowadays, extending its network to all the Globe and including a large number of VJ communities.
KaleidoSoup is produced by L.A.V. a collective of visual and sound artists based in Ho Chi Minh City, well-founded by Antonio Rosciano (vj paki), Daniel Long (DDL) and Tung Le (Crazy Monkey) and completed by Julien Noyer and Nhan Do (Solid Machine).