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tina 2006 - Ian Andrews - Spectrum Slice

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parts of Ian Andrew's performance and presentation of his video works at Electrofringe 2006, Newcastle, Australia, sunday 01/10/2006

http://www.thisisnotart.org

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tina 2006 - Jasch - Codespace

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part of a performance by Jasch - generative audio and video soundscapes to immerse yourself in

sunday 01/10/2006, Electrofringe 2006, Newcastle, Australia

http://www.jasch.ch/

http://www.thisisnotart.org/

http://www.thisisnotart.org/Members/ben/jasch-codespace/

Codespace integrates realtime drawing and motion-images with electronic sounds that evoke an abstract place where organical and crystalline shapes pulsate and flow. Generative (rule-based) processes or algorithms and realtime action by the artist are applied to basic shapes which in conjuction with finely graded colours comprise a rich palette of textures and shapes. empty dark space is inhabited by fast moving abstract shapes, structures with an architectural quality develop over extended periods of time. The piece evolves from dark and minimalist atmospheres to abstract densities, like a digital painting performed before the viewer's eyes. Memory of the images accumulates, obtaining qualities like a painting or etching. Reduction and concentration of elements helps to maintain the crucial focus, build the tension and give insights into the enigmatic and invisible world built of code.

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tina 2006 - Lloyd Barrett panel - Mise En Scene

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part of Lloyd Barrett's panel session at Electrofringe 2006 in Newcastle, sunday 01/10/2006.

http://www.thisisnotart.org

http://www.thisisnotart.org/Members/ben/lloyd-barrett-mis-en-scene/

Combining schizophonic computer rendered soundscapes with graphical abstractions Mise En Scene is an exploration of film sound - in particular the importance of incidental sound in the creation of effective and diverse virtual environments. Using abstract methods of translating appropriated video and sound Mise En Scene demonstrates the very human ability to make sense out of nonsense when within a set of guidelines and expectations. Mise En Scene ultimately focuses on the creation of scenes from a variety of visual and sonic signifiers, the end result being akin to a strange dream open to interpretation.

tina 2006 - Robin Fox panel 02 - AV, XY & Z

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part of the Robin Fox session at Electrofringe 2006. he demonstrates his laser & music performance and speaks about his process.

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tina 2006 - Robin Fox panel 01 - AV, XY & Z

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part of the Robin Fox session at Electrofringe 2006. he demonstrates his laser & music performance and speaks about his process.

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This is Not Art & Electrofringe festivals 2006 - Electrofringe - Sound Summit - NYWF 2006

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Some documentation of 2006 This is Not Art festival held in Newcastle, Australia, 28/09/2006 - 02/10/2006

This Is Not Art festival http://www.thisisnotart.org/

Sound Summit http://soundsummit.com.au/

Electrofringe http://www.electrofringe.net/

National Young Writers Festival http://www.youngwritersfestival.org/

National Student and Emerging Media Festival http://studentmedia.org.au/

Earthling http://earthling.thisisnotart.org/

Tin Radio http://www.tin.org.au/

Critical Animals http://www.criticalanimals.org/

PHOTOS have been uploaded to http://flickr.com/photos/aliak_com/tags/tina2006/

tina 2006 - record player playing (video clip)

record player playing records after the Nomadology book launch @ this is not art festival, sat 30/09/2006 newcastle, australia

http://www.thisisnotart.org

http://www.thisisnotart.org/Members/http://www.thisisnotart.org/nicolas/...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_Tx53KljoY

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electrofringe notes - thursday 28/09/2006 - moPho workshop - mobile phone video

I tried converting an existing video to 3gp format - here's a shorter 3pg version of the People watching at Saket PVR video :

and also made a new one after taking a few 2 second video clips and some rough edits.

this is the original version :

and this is the .3gp version

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general notes

http://www.graffitiresearchlab.com/

grafitti research lab - led projections onto screens/walls - throw the led devices up and they project onto a wall. they stick to the wall via a magnet

http://www.instructables.com/id/E9D2ZJ3FG0EP286JEJ/

introLED Throwies
Developed by the Graffiti Research Lab a division of the Eyebeam R&D OpenLab, LED Throwies are an inexpensive way to add color to any ferromagnetic surface in your neighborhood. A Throwie consists of a lithium battery, a 10mm diffused LED and a rare-earth magnet taped together. Throw it up high and in quantity to impress your friends and city officials.

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ELECTROFRINGE 2006 – CALL FOR PROPOSALS - DEADLINE WEDNESDAY MAY 31 2006

Electrofringe is now calling for proposals for this year's festival from artists, media makers, curators, researchers, writers, producers, enthusiasts, etc. Part of the 'This Is Not Art' umbrella of Festivals in Newcastle, NSW, this year Electrofringe will occur from 28th September to 2nd October and will feature artists from all over Australia as well as visiting international artists. A heads up, hands-on, all-in festival of experimental, electronic, digital and new media arts and culture. It is dedicated to unearthing emergent forms, highlighting nascent trends and encouraging participants to explore technology and its creative possibilities. The directors for Electrofringe 2006 are Ben Byrne, Cat Jones and Sumugan Sivanesan. Areas for investigation may include (but are not limited to) hybrid performances, media based practices, web, networked & online collaborations, wireless, wearable and locative technologies, sensor based interactions, software art, custom electronics, experimental interfaces, alternative energies, sound, video, installation and more. Read more or visit http://electrofringe.net/ for more information.

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dpwolf, quartz composer and electrofringe workshops

I went to 2005 electrofringe a few weeks ago in Newcastle, Australia. I haven't finished going over my notes or posting some of the links to the artist's projects, but one of the workshops I went to was on Quartz Composer hosted by dpwolf. The software runs on a MAC, which unfortunately I don't have. :( perhaps if we get a project bonus this year I might be able to save up for one so I can try the software (and also max / msp }. anyway, I also came across the name dpwolf on the videoblogging mail list and low and behold it's the same person. he seems to do some work with Adrian Miles, who does some great projects with video and interactive quicktime and media in general. small world. I'd love to do the course Adrian teaches but can't afford to give up work to do it fulltime. due to excessive work commitments, I had to drop the Internet Communication course I was doing at CQU. now that I've finally upgraded my (this) site and moving most of my projects online (so as not to be so dependant on my laptop in case of travelling without it), I'd like to experiment more with blogging, videoblogging, podcasting and digital art and music projects (in addition to listing other people's projects on the site), hence, why the blog posts here have now become more personal. I've been reading about and been across these media for a while but haven't had much time to play myself, so that's the goal for the next year (& hopefully continuing onwards).

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