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Interview: Vicki Bennett: People Like Us

DrivingFlyingRisingFalling from Vicki WFMU on Vimeo.

Since 1991 Vicki Bennett has been making CDs, radio, and A/V multimedia under the name People Like Us. Ever since she has been animating and recontextualising found footage collages with an equally witty and dark view of popular culture with a surrealistic edge, both pre-recorded and in a live setting.

Vicki Bennett On the impact of Broadband (2 mins)

Vicki Bennett On the Future of Mashed Media (3 mins)

Scene from Decoder with Genesis P-Orridge

Full interview (21:12)

See also: Codpaste (with Ergo Phizmiz) – 14 one hour podcasts on the thematic elements and process that go into this kind of work. Includes a PDF (30MB) teaching pack.

Modern Remix Culture:

PG from marabales on Vimeo.

Interview: Mara Balestrini

Teaches film-making by and for mobile devices

Doing cool stuff with Pirate Boxes.

Interview with Mara on Neuroscience of Remix (4:00)

Full interview with Mara Balestrini (17:41)

Interview: Julio Alonso (street art blog, cabeza ueca) and Gino Cingolani: “we are a media generation”

El Seminario ¿El Paréntesis de Gutenberg? La conversión digital como proceso civilizatorio.

Video to close GP seminar – Paréntesis de Gutenberg vs Daft Punk – Technologic

Paréntesis de Gutenberg Vs Daft Punk . Technologic from JuLiTo Alonso on Vimeo.

Suecada Scott Pilgrim vs The World

How media shapes how Gino and Julio work and play (2:06)

Full interview with Gino Cingolani and Julio Alonso (34 mins)

Links that are referred to in this conversation: http://www.youtube.com/user/CorridorDigital, http://www.raphkoster.com/, http://www.youtube.com/user/AxxMarquez

Interview: Tony Hirst on data telling stories


Image via IBM History Flow visualization of entry for “Islam” on Wikipedia

Tony’s suggested links for #ds106
Tony’s blog posts tagged with “digital storytelling”
Tony’s courseblog, Visual Gadgets

Data tells stories, 1 (3:46)
Data tells stories, 2 (1:41)
Tony’s assignment ideas (4:00)

Also discussed: Using Gephi to visualise your Facebook network, Visualising F1 Telemetry data, Visualising code check-ins – animations, How to create a time-lapse video of a Wikipedia page (or any website)

Full interview with Tony Hirst (30 mins)

See also, Ewan McIntosh, Data Reveals Stories, Part Two: Words, Part Three: Boxes, Part Four: Images, Part Five: Maps, Part Six: Graphs: Since 2010 we’ve never had so much publicly available data about the way our lives are run, the environment, our geography, our history… But most of us don’t know how to tap into the PDFs, tables, geocodes and charts to dig out the meaningful stories hidden in there. Learning how is one of the key new literacy skills our youngsters will need if they are to be fully participative members of society.

See also The Wilderness Downtown – example of open data ‘customizing’ an aesthetic experience

Is “mashup” still a valid concept?

Bruce Sterling: Bruce Sterling on Mashups

Is “valid” even a useful question to ask in terms of media form?

See also:

Free Music Archive Remix Contestexamples

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