The workshop will seek, through a general review of the most representative in the field of graphic experimentation in the field of design, provide students with the necessary references to expand their creative horizons. Reason and intuition will be used to conceptualize a specific message (image-text relationship) and the search for resources will be practiced for the creation of an accurate graphic. 

On a practical level, the workshop focuses on non-digital expression processes (illustration, drawing, painting, photography, clipping, collage, etc.) until a unique and effective result is applied to the poster or flyer. The objective is to extol the analogous processes with respect to the digital ones in order to develop personalized and consistent proposals moving away from the generalized and therefore predictable aesthetic.

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The workshop will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from 7 pm to 9:30 pm at Border. It starts on Monday, July 14 and ending on Thursday, August 7. There are 8 sessions of 2 hours and a half which gives a total of 20 hours.


Pd is a graphic programming language used by multimedia creators around the world to develop works mainly associated with computer music and interactive multimedia installations. Being an open source project, it is constantly under development and constantly updated. Pure Data I and II is a 30-hour workshop in which the student will learn the basics of Pd. 

From elementary programming, the use of different types of messages and the first resources to trigger processes. These bases will serve to continue with the subsequent Pd III workshop, oriented towards the creative use of the program in multimedia installations and towards composition. No previous experience is required to enter the workshop,

Pd I and II will be held on Wednesdays from 7 pm to 9:30 pm and on Saturdays from 4 pm to 6:30 pm at Border. There are 12 sessions of 2 hours and a half which gives a total of 30 hours. It begins on Wednesday, July 16 and ends on Saturday, August 23.


The workshop is practical theoretical. It will seek that the student understands the new artistic forms such as Live Cinema from the review given, to the history, aesthetics and culture of vi-jing. Subsequently, work will be done in the process of producing a visual performance. Conception of the idea, development of the same, lifting and capture of image and processing of it from Modul8 which is one of the most intuitive programs that exist. As a final project, students will develop their own VJ set from which three will be chosen, which will be presented live, as a collaboration, in different electronic music events in Mexico City.