Archive for the 'remix/mashup' Category

Data-mining your childhood

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015
Posted by: Alison Humphrey

Inspired by our discussion today… The Wilderness Downtown takes the address of the place where you grew up and sources images from Google Maps and Street View to tailor an HTML5 music video of Arcade Fire’s “We Used to Wait” to “your own” childhood memories. Here’s a behind-the-scenes video:
And here’s the actual interactive site, which requires the [...]

Tomorrow morning: Database Cinema event

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
Posted by: Louis St-Amour

FYI all, there is a lecture on Database Cinema tomorrow in Nat Taylor Cinema. I was reminded of this in my New Media: The Database course and thought I’d invite people here. ;-)
Thursday, Feb. 2 @ 9:30am-12:30pm in Nat Taylor Cinema (N R102)Lee Knuttila, the course director, will conduct a short lecture and screen the [...]

what are your favourite diy practices?

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009
Posted by: Caitlin

hi everyone
i thought it would be great tomorrow if you could all come ready to talk about favourite diy practices, groups … any new and interesting distribution models + how any of this has affected your own work.
and take a look at this article posted to rhizome last week – “After the Amateur: [...]

Space Invaders meets Foucault

Saturday, April 7th, 2007
Posted by: Erin

Here’s an intersting twist on a couple of very different classics. It’s a fun game, but Foucault seems to win every time! Hmmmm….
“A playable on-line re-creation of the ATARI classic, ‘Space Invaders’ where instead of fending off pixelly alien invaders, you must defend yourself against paragraphs of philosophical text taken from Michel Foucault’s essay, [...]

swarm of angels

Thursday, March 8th, 2007
Posted by: Caitlin

“A groundbreaking project to create a £1 million film and give it away to over 1 million people using the Internet and a global community of members”

addictive tv 2 — eye of the pilot

Tuesday, February 20th, 2007
Posted by: Caitlin

this is a really lovely project.
‘Dans l’Oeil du Pilote’ ['The Eye of the Pilot'] is the live cinema performance project by UK audiovisual group Addictive TV featuring French guitarist Alejandro de Valera. Taking the form of an aerial travelogue, the project remixes the incredible 8mm colour archive of French airline pilot Raymond Lamy, filmed [...]

addictive tv – remix culture

Tuesday, February 20th, 2007
Posted by: Caitlin

Fusing electronic music and the moving image, Mixmasters brings together some of the most innovative DJs, VJs, audiovisual artists, music producers and motion graphics artists from around the world to create a stunning collection of audiovisual mixes.
Although working in an area with a rich but relatively little-known history, today’s audiovisual artists perhaps owe as much [...]