Medrar for Contemporary Art

4 December 2022 - 6 December 2022

Dates: 4, 5 and 6 December 2022

Timings: 6pm to 9pm

In the framework of our ongoing collaboration with Flyer and VAF for the Fantomas Lab, we invite you to apply to our upcoming Mapping Workshop which will take place in parallel to the Fantomas exhibition. The workshop will be led by the artist duo FLxER, which is made up of Gianluca Del Gobbo and Elisa Antonacci.

It will consist of a theory and practice workshop on the technology and software used for Video Mapping performance. Video content adaptation to irregular and non-flat surfaces and architecture with different softwares, using one or more projectors managed from the same computer. A guide to static and animated content creation according to each participant’s competence.

Video Mapping is a video projection technique that virtually transforms any surface on a screen. It’s a closed territory in which art, architecture and technology converge at new expressive forms

that temporarily changes our spaces and objects’ classical perception.

Video Mapping is a technique that transforms video projection into a single performance, exploiting surfaces’ features and space that host its particularities. Projection’s various techniques will be put into practice (on urban surfaces, on objects, into theatres,

during events, etc.) using MadMapper, the main software for Windows and Mac, with insights on Millumin and Resolume; particular focus will be dedicated to guiding content creation. You will learn to manage video elements for theatrical performance, stage design, video installation and VJ-ing, connecting space to music and video.


  • Participants have to bring their own laptops with installed Resolume Arena (, no previous knowledge is required.
  • Experience with any photos and vector graphic editor (such as Photoshop, Gimp, Illustrator), 3D and animation software is a plus.

To apply please fill the form below:

Workshop Fee: 500 EGP

This alliance was implemented in the framework of the All-Around Culture programme by L’art Rue & MitOst and co-funded by the European Union in Egypt and EUNIC – European Union National Institutes for Culture in Egypt.