mix n' mash
--- In email@example.com, Jay Dedman <jay@m...> wrote: > screw copyrights. my thoughts exactly! this came up recently as an issue for charlene, when a fellow vb experimentor remixed her video, her thoughts : http://crule.typepad.com/scratch/2004/07/im_saying_its_f.html#c omments and for me as well, my brother and sara explain it in this video: http://publicaddress.typepad.com/hello/2004/07/download_my_g re.html#comments I am so excited that someone would want to remake one of the online posts for their own. This is something i intend to push - its part of what this medium, by nature, allows for. Ultimately, it is a dialog-exchange-mash-up, whatever you want to call it. FYI - a pioneer in this kind playing is Christian Marclay. Among other things, he is known for taking two records literally smashing them into peices, putting them back together and playing the resulting creation. TOMORROW he will be speaking about his work in NYC at Eyebeam 540W 21st . 8-10pm. http://www.eyebeam.org/about/calendar.html > We need so many more examples. > so the question is: > what's the next step? where are we heading? > what are we waiting for? Personally, I would like to see this used by kids asap - they will create the new language. im thinking, ill try to get some of the HS kids i worked with last semester to do one about applying for college this year? any other ideas y'all?