Screen South & Hi3 Network’s 360 Capture & Showcase

360° Video Capture & Showcase

with Studio Radar co-founder and 360° expert Manuel Vason


Wednesday 5th April
Monday 24th April
10:00 - 17:00

Tuesday 2nd May
Brewery Tap, Folkestone


Screen South's Digital Hub
Mill Bay
CT20 1JG

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Click here to apply for the 360° Video Capture and Showcase.

Deadline for Application:
27th March 2023

With the guidance of 360° expert Manuel Vason of Studio Radar, individuals will participate in a hands-on workshop to learn how to use the kit, before going to shoot independently and then receiving 1-2-1 assistance with the final delivery – all within the month of April.  


Got an idea or concept you would love to capture through the prism of 360°? Whether it’s a research area, product/service, destination, experience, narrative, or artistic piece – the only constraints are your imagination, a quick-fire turnaround, and a max. 3 minute 15 second runtime.  

The videos will make up a final showcase on Tuesday 2nd May at the Brewery Tap in Folkestone.

Vason gained his technical proficiency assisting some of the most established commercial photographers of his generation. While working professionally and contributing to magazines such as Vogue, ID, Dazed & Confused and The Sunday Times, in 2003, he completed an MA on Fine Art at the Central Saint Martins in London. By shifting his focus from fashion to performance art, Vason was exposed to a critical perspective that questioned the authoritative power of photography and its fabricated objectivity. As a consequence, he shaped a unique art practice that takes in consideration the limits of the medium as resource for the exploration of a more ethical and sensitive approach to art documentation. In 2019, Vason completed a PhD by Publication that examined the complex relationship between live art and photography and how his unprecedented art practice contributed to existing knowledge. In 2020, he co-founded StudioRadar with the intention to pursue his greatest passion: to experience, document and radiate contemporary art.