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remixthebook by Mark Amerika

remixthebook by Mark Amerika, University of Minnesota Press, September 2011:

A model of contemporary remixing and a groundbreaking reflection on digital media

Digital technology has transformed contemporary culture. New social media, hyperlinks, and cut-and-paste techniques have changed the way we write. E-books, which allow us to carry entire libraries with us, are bringing new browsing and reading habits. Digital editing and other on-the-fly postproduction processes have altered how we make music, films, and visual art. A key rhetorical trope employed in all aspects of digital media is the remix, the creation of innovative new works of visual, literary, and performance art through the mashup.

In remixthebook, Mark Amerika explores the mashup as a defining cultural activity in the digital age. Continue reading


Jun 21, 14:49
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Daisy Chain: An Anarchic Performance Event [us Chicago + online]

Daisy Chain: An Anarchic Performance Event :: May 13, 2011; 6:00 – 10:00 pm :: Antena, 1765 S. Laflin, Chicago, Illinois :: Call for Proposals — Deadline: April 30.

Daisy Chain is an interconnected series of performances that will be featured at Antena Gallery while simultaneously occurring across the Internet. Performances should incorporate one or more other performances in the series via projection, monitor, laptop or audio in the performance space. This will require an active Internet connection during the performance as well as two computers or devices that can access Ustream.com. Continue reading


Apr 17, 13:00
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UrbanRemix: Call for Participation [us NYC]

UrbanRemix is a collaborative and locative sound project developed by Jason Freeman, Carl DiSalvo, Michael Nitsche, and many of our students at Georgia Tech. Our goal in developing UrbanRemix was to design a platform and series of events that would enable participants to develop and express the acoustic identity of their communities, and enable participants to explore and experience the soundscapes of the city in a novel fashion.

The UrbanRemix platform consists of a mobile phone system and web interface for recording, browsing, and mixing audio. It allows users to document and explore the obvious, neglected, private or public, even secret sounds of the urban environment. Continue reading


Apr 11, 16:15
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Video Vortex Reader II: Moving Images Beyond YouTube

Video Vortex Reader II: moving images beyond YouTube; Geert Lovink and Rachel Somers Miles (eds), Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2011. ISBN: 978-90-78146-12-4, paperback, 378 pages.

Video Vortex Reader II is the Institute of Network Cultures’ second collection of texts that critically explore the rapidly changing landscape of online video and its use. With the success of YouTube (’2 billion views per day’) and the rise of other online video sharing platforms, the moving image has become expansively more popular on the Web, significantly contributing to the culture and ecology of the internet and our everyday lives. In response, the Video Vortex project continues to examine critical issues that are emerging around the production and distribution of online video content. Continue reading


Mar 30, 11:57
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Holiday! A Relaxed Augmented Reality Workshop [it Carrara]

Babel Fiche

Babel Fiche is a crowd-sourced film that collects and remixes amateur video footage. During 2011 we are gathering and selecting contemporary clips which describe everyday life around the Earth. These movie fragments will be printed on colour microfiche – a photographic medium capable of lasting 500 years and simply requiring light and a lens to expand its contents. This analogue throwback might even outlast our current reliance on fragile digital storage.

Babel Fiche is an imaginary media for future anthropologists. It asks which behaviours, objects, traditions and conflicts we want to communicate to a future world. Today’s human cultures, physique and technology will inevitably develop out of all recognition. So how might a future species translate our current times? Continue reading


Mar 19, 15:50
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Reblogged VJ Um Amel Remixes A Revolution

VJ Um Amel Remixes A Revolution by Dylan Schenker, posted on March 1, 2011 on the Creators Project (Thanks to Franck Ancel):

What the World Tweeted on #Egypt the day Mubarak Resigned from VJ Um Amel on Vimeo.

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Mar 2, 14:05
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REFF – Remix The World! Reinvent Reality!

REFF – Remix The World! Reinvent Reality! Art is Open Source :: until March 2011 :: Furtherfield Gallery (formerly HTTP), Unit A2, Arena Business Centre, 71 Ashfield Rd, London N4 1NY.

In a world where individuals and communities are connected via real-time technologies in a state of mutual hyper-presence, what does it mean that our interactions can be traced and viewed by people unknown to us? Can we claim these effects to consciously produce new realities and create new adventures beyond given structures and stories? Can we remix our realities?

REFF – Remix The World! Reinvent Reality! offers tools and strategies to explore different ways of ‘being’ with others physically and virtually to intervene in the world. Let’s see what we can do…” Furtherfield. Continue reading


Feb 27, 17:36
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Remix Cinema Workshop [uk Oxford]

Remix Cinema Workshop :: March 24-25, 2011 :: Oxford Internet Institute (University of Oxford, UK) :: Call for Presentations & Papers — Abstracts Deadline: January 7, 2011.

In August 2010, the remix movie Star Wars Uncut was the first user-generated production to win an Emmy Award. Other online platforms such as wreckamovie.com enable online communities to form for independent and open source filmmaking, harnessing distributed forms of collaborative co-creation rather than relying on traditional organisational structures. Cloud-based editing suites have begun appearing: Stroome.com was launched in April 2010 by USC
Annenberg with the tag-line “mix it up. mash it out.” Continue reading


Nov 21, 17:56
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The Possibilities and Limitations of Open Content

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