DIY Micro Video Transmitter Workshop
(Designed by Tetsuo Kogawa – http://anarchy.translocal.jp/)
Tetsuo Kogawa’s micro video transmitter design is a bizarre device. It is essentially a very basic and extremely unstable analog video transmitter capable of transmitting any signal to a TV up to ranges of about 20 meters. Though it use for practical transmission purposes is limited, its true potential lies in the instabilities and idiosyncrasies of each one built. The resulting transmitted video becomes malleable and is able to be distorted and warped by tuning and bending the transmitter allowing for a wide range of abstract video processing and generation.
The build itself is very simple and can be accomplished by anyone on any skill level. The supplied kits come with all the components needed and everyone will walk away with their own transmitter.
Kyle Evans (MFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago)
~~~~~~Booking / Cost / Dates / Location
Workshop cost is £25 which includes all materials which participants keep
To book a place please email
Limited to 15 participants
12 midday – 5pm, Monday 17th September, 2012
Unit 73a, Regent Studios, 8 Andrew’s Road, London, E8 4QN