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Ran Ancor, is an italian Berlin based media artist who is mainly dedicated to light research and video experimentation. He studied epistemology with a minor in computers, then started to work in between art and informatics. He has been trained in classical music and then devoted to the electronic music. During last years he did electronic audiovisual live-set, vjing, light installations, wearable performances and light design. Most significant elements in his video works are immateriality, movement and metamorphosis, visual fluxus, fusion with sound and space. In 2001 he founded eXtraLight Advanced Visuals, focusing on the light as substance through its expression in the form of light performances, visuals and installations. Among the others he has worked and exposed for Goethe Institut, Japan Foundation, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, MACRO, and with Bill Viola, Brian Eno and Aphex Twin. Among his passions there are sailing, practicing Aikido and Zen meditation, traces of which can easily be found in his works.

Selected Festivals and Exhibitions:

Madatac 09, Madrid 2018

Berlin Leuchtet, Lightfestival 2017

Dark Technology Dark Web, Berlin 2017

Transmediale/CTM Vorspiel, Berlin 2017

Behavioural Machines, Berlin 2016

Transmission Art Festival Athens Karlsruhe 2016

Chaos Communication Congress – Hamburg 2015

British HCI Interactions Gallery – 2015

Transmediale/CTM Vorspiel, Berlin 2014

The Apophenia Trap, Berlin 2014

Pictoplasma, Berlin 2013

ADD, Arti digitali, MACRO, Roma 2011

VisualBerlin, Tresor, Berlin, 2010

Berlin Design Week, 2010

Reloaded music festival, Roma 2009

Blu, Tacheles, Berlin, 2009

Live Performers Meeting, Roma 2009

Electrofringe, Newcastle, Australia 2007

Moving Images festival, Vilnius 2007

Robot Festival Odensee, Danmark, 2006

Musica e Scienza, Goethe Institut Rom, 2005

Ibizagraphic, 2004

PEAM 04 electronic artists meeting, 2004

Dream House, Galleria Nazionale di Arte Moderna Roma, 2004

Feedback, Akademie der Kunst, Berlin, 2003

Romaeuropafestival, 2003

Rephlex Braindance Invasion, 2002

Oscillazioni acustico visuali, Labirinth, Roma, 1997

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