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Remix Appreciation Itc09

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  • 1. Remix Culture Appreciation A.K.A. ART APPRECIATION MICHAEL AMICK DEAN OF ACADEMIC AND TECHNOLOGIES CENTRAL LAKES COLLEGE, BRAINERD/STAPLES, MN
  • 2. What is a Remix/Mashup? Web 1.0 1990’s Web 2.0 2000’s Characteristics: Web 3.0 2010 + Created by Dion Hinchcliffe, used with permission CC
  • 3.  Price Drive 1.  Mashed Maps Remix/Mashup  Speed Trap In web development, a  Mashup awards mashup is a Web application that combines data from more than one source into a single integrated tool. The term Mashup implies easy, fast integration, frequently done by access to open APIs and data sources to produce results that were not the original goal of the data owners. From wikipedia
  • 4. 2. Remix/  Music Mash Mashups  Birthday GreetingBackup A digital remix/  Galvanize the Empire mashup is a digital media file containing  300 Patriots any or all of text, graphics, audio, video and animation drawn from pre- existing sources, to create a new derivative work or application.
  • 5.  The Future of Ideas, 2002  Free Culture, 2003 Copyright Issues  Remix Culture, 2008 All three by Lawrence Lessig  Copyright’s Paradox, 2008 Netanel Suggestions:  Allow creative consumption  Reduce duration and narrow entitlements of copyright.  Plans for reform still benefit copyright holder.
  • 6. Mona Lisa?
  • 7. Dali 1954
  • 8. Pop Art Warhol
  • 9. “The Heart of all new ideas Myth of lies in Originality borrowing, adding, combi ning or modifying of old ones. Do it by accident and people call you lucky. Do it by design and they’ll call you creative. MicaehlLeBoeuf, in Imagineering
  • 10. Rodin The Kiss 1886…remixed to
  • 11. Brancusi The Kiss 1908
  • 12. Egyption Columns 1290B.C. Remix to…
  • 13. Greek Corinthian Column 334 B.C. Remix to..
  • 14. Roman Colosseum, 70 a.d. The vast majority of surviving Greek sculptures are copies made by Roman “remixers”
  • 15. The Renaissance =Rebirth =Remix Raphael, School of Athens, 1509-11
  • 16.  Creativity values existing From knowledge. Since new ideas Launching the Imagination are often derived from old ideas it is foolish to ignore or Art and Design Textbook by Mary dismiss the past. Although Stewart, 2002 p. 4-2 creativity loves change and new possibilities.
  • 17. From Launching the Imagination Seeing the similarity among seemingly disparate parts has often sparked a creative breakthrough.
  • 18. Under threat of lawsuit in 1998 from Titan Sports inc the artist stopped using image. And Remixed
  • 19. John Carpenter’s They Live 1988 starring All Star Wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper
  • 20. Will Kill for Gas Dan Reetz 2002
  • 21.  Boom De Yada Educational value of making a Re mix
  • 22. • Remix released February 2, 2008 The Power of • 26 million views by Feb. Remix 23, 08 Jan. 8 2008 Barak • Webby award winner Obama gives concession speech after losing the • The Obama campaign had no New Hampshire involvement in the production. Primary. Hip hop artist Wil.i.am • Criticized by some for being over-the- (Blackeyed peas) top and worshipful. creates a remix using the speech/video with music. • Yes We Can
  • 23. Google maps
  • 24. It’s a New Day
  • 25. http://obamiconme.pastemagazine.com/
  • 26. Creative  This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Commons United States License. To view a copy of this license, visit You are free to use these slides. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc- sa/3.0/us/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA.