Students in Art2016 / Remix Music Projection Project
You have done a great job on this first project so far, diving in and experimenting with various ways to generate a series of images. Looking at the work you shared in class on Tuesday, I see wonderful use of pattern and repetition and color in response to the symphonic music... Please use the full class time today to generate another wave of images (10 additional remixes) that build on the best of your images, and also mix in some elements from work of your classmates.
Think about creating a series of images that will flow in the performance projections, and also build bridges between your work and the work of others in the class. Listen to the music several more times and remix the images to work with a portion of the music if possible.
In the spirit of RiP! A Remix Manifesto, you may borrow and remix the work of your classmates and integrate it into your next series. SAVE all your new versions in a new folder MusicName_Remix2_yourname to share next week. Next week we will work as a group to begin the process of merging all the images into a timeline for the projection slideshow.
You can access other images by your classmates via the PUBLIC folder (where you uploaded them yesterday) if you are on campus. If you are off campus, You can find links to their image galleries in the email I sent you today.
Fall 2014 Digital Arts / Mixed-Media Studio:
We used to be able to watch this entire documentary film online... but now they are asking for donations. Please try to view full video.
RiP! A Remix Manifesto (it's about 86 minutes)
Take notes on what you find most revealing or surprising about the contemporary practice of remix artists. Does the video raise issues about your own use of digital media... in your artwork or your life? How does the video relate to recent internet blackout/protest and SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) legislation? Do you side with the CopyLEFT or the CopyRIGHT?
Prepare your comments (about 150 words) and have them ready to post to the blog...
on THURSDAY September 25.
Sophronia will follow the 5-7pm exhibit opening of
Signs & Wonders by Jim Klueg and Fatih Benzer
Don't miss both events!
The Sophronia Project is a digital media installation and interactive performance by artist Joellyn Rock, multimedia composer Kathy McTavish, netprov creator Rob Wittig and a gang of collaborators. Electronic music by Tobin Dack. The collaborative project offers both physical and virtual space where participants may spin their own stories of Sophronia. On the walls, the graffiti angel mixes text and digital imagery gleaned from the project database... In a glowing tent, the audience can play along with projected video and digital animations to become part of the carnival... Come see what is illuminated when these two half-cities collide!
THANKS: Sophronia was first presented at Northern Spark 2014 with the support of Northern Lights.mn and the Walker Art Center. Special thanks to the Motion and Media Across Disciplines Lab at University of Minnesota Duluth. Joellyn Rock is a fiscal year 2014 recipient of a Career Development grant from the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council (www.aracouncil.org) which is funded in part by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund, Minnesota State Legislature, and The McKnight Foundation.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1515379808673708/
More info at http://robwit.net/sophronia/
What new thing have you recently noticed in Digital Culture? It could be a trend in social media, a special effect in film making, a behavior with digital devices, a new technology for creativity, a digital work of art you saw in a museum... or on the internet...or on the street. It should be something that ignites your curiosity about how humans and digital media interact...
Please post the short description of what you have recently noticed in Digital Culture... as a comment to this blog entry. In class I will show you how to post to the blog. (I need to approve your posts, so it's best to do it first in class) Tell us what you have noticed and credit your source...write about 200 words including what it is, who made it, and what you think about it. Include the entire URL address at the end of your post. (http...)
Here are some new developments in digital culture and media tools I've noticed recently:
Instagram's Hyperlapse App:
Hyperlapse from Instagram is an app designed to help you capture hyper-fast, ultra-smooth timelapse videos
Nearables are sticker devices that help apps "see" their surroundings via motion and temperature sensors that communicate with nearby devices via Bluetooth...
Drone Tours Over Duluth, MN
A local aerial photography and cinematography company in Duluth, Minnesota has shared a "Duluth Drone Experience" video that goes all around the city of Duluth.