Wills Wonderful World of Digital Music Videohttp://animexeter.blogspot.com/ revised slides (YouTube version) for 19 Feb 2011 Animated Exeter
New CanvasTerm used for early computer animation at previous eventduring Animated Exeter. Greg Kurcewicz also curated "ABeautiful Virus Inside the Machine" about Lillian Schwartz.Could beVisual MusicExpanded CinemaTags - Beautiful Virus Machine New Canvas
Lillian Schwartz - A BEAUTIFIUL VIRUS INSIDETHE MACHINE:http://www.lumen.org.uk Shown in 2002Films:NEWTONIAN I, 1978, 4 mins, 16mm, colourNEWTONIAN II, 1978, 5 mins 30 secs, 16mm, colourMUTATIONS, 1974, 7 mins 30 secs, 16mm, colourPIXILLATION, 1970, 4 mins, 16mm, colourGOOGLEPLEX, 1972, 5 mins 30 secs, 16mm, colour & b/wRITUEL, 1979, 30 mins, 16mm, colourUFO’S, 1971, 3 mins, 16mm, colour continues
Virus continuedMETAMORPHOSIS, 1974, 8 mins 15 secs, 16mm, colour &b/wPICTURES FROM A GALLERY, 1976, 7 mins, 16mm, colourTHE ARTIST AND THE COMPUTER, 1976, 10 mins, 16mm,colourL’OISEAU, 1977, 4 mins, 16mm, colourALAE, 1975, 5 mins, 16mm, colourAPOTHEOSIS, 1973, 4 mins 30 secs, 16mm, colourPAPILLIONS, 1974, 4 mins, 16mm, colourINNOCENCE, 1973, 2 mins 30 secs, 16mm, colourENIGMA, 1972, 4 mins 20 secs, 16mm, colour & b/w
New Canvas1.Poemfield # 2 Stan Vanderbeek and Kenneth Knowlton 1966USA 6 min
2.Cibernetik 5.3 John Stehura1965-69 USA 16mm Colour 8min
6.Olympiad Lillian Schwartz 1971USA 2:35 minMusic: Max Mathews7.Two Space Larry Cuba 1979USA 8 min
Center For Visual MusicOn Curating Recent Digital Abstract Visual MusicBy Jack Ox and Cindy KeeferNew York Digital Salon & Abstract VisualMusicShow in 2005 some video onlineTag : visual music
_grau | Robert Seidel | HDhttp://2minds.de/grau.9.0.html
www.centerforvisualmusic.orgOnline store forDVDs and anarchive with theworlds largestcollection ofresources onvisual music,includinghistorical work onfilm and newcontemporarydigital work.
Expanded CinemaBook by GeneYoungblood, 1970Summary in WikipediaColour plates and book as PDFdownloadPart FourCYBERNETIC CINEMA ANDCOMPUTER FILMStag expanded cinema
So "New Canvas" still useful term. to describewhat was shown previously during AnimatedExeterGreg Kurcewicz website has text and video-http://www.kurcewicz.co.ukExtract follows fromThe Cinematic ExperienceOn Feb 13th, showing of Overstimulationhttp://www.kurcewicz.co.uk/project/overstimulation/
We do not really need a new technology.We have enough of it, even too much ofit, and only a few artists artist aredeploying it critically. In VJ-ing and much“live, digital” cinema I see just softwareand rarely communication. I am notimpressed with software, in the sameway that I am not simply impressed withmediums of cds, mini discs or even vinylrecords.
Digital technology opens up a whole new archive ofmaterial for artists but it is a leveller of images.Whereas we might all have many differencesculturally, and many different cultural reference points,we do have one thing in common: our nervoussystem. To get into a situation where we arequestioning our perception is in fact a greatcommonality, one that is achieved in manyexperimental films. To return our view to the real worldis a breakthrough for us at this moment in time. To re-discover the act of looking and a space for looking atsomething is a crucial and political act to undertake forartists.
demosceneSundown demoparty closed in 2010 buthttp://www.scene.org/There is a book in PDF form for download, but not free...http://www.demoscenebook.com/Discussion on copyright etc. later depending on timings.
@partySpecial notice to all the readers:We do not want to be a videogame.We dont want to be an art movie either.We are just kickin it DEMOSTYLE.-- from Re-recycle by FairlightJune 17-19, 2011,at Friendly Crossways Hostel and Retreat Center
the demoscenes artistic and technicalantecedents can be traced back as far as the1930s if not further.Although their work may nothave directly exerted an influence on thedemoscene from the beginning, the work ofanimators like Oskar Fischinger,Mary EllenBute, and John Whitney laid the foundation forthe aesthetic sensibility expressed in manydemos.http://www.atparty-demoscene.net/
Suggested additional resourcesPages at Center for Visual MusicOskar FischingerMary Ellen ButeThere is additional information, not in the Wikipedia pagessuggested by @party
Section on demoscene includesTesla by Sunflower
Digital Music VideoExamples of digital video made for music.
This one will be shown as DVDThe title is EUCLIDEANmusic Steve Jolliffe,animation Paul Gillard
Layered video,mixing animation and performance. Whatpossibilities?Discussion could continue duringVibraphonicMeanwhile, from Breakpoint
Kinetic Animation, work shown6 Weeks in June , Stuart Hilton UK 19983 Ways to Go, Sarah Cox UK 1997Magnetic Movie, Semiconductor UK 2007Silence Moves, Shay Hamias UK 2002Virus, Robert Proch Poland 2008Battements Solaires, Patrick Bokanowski France2007Stressed, Karen Kelly UK 1995Flying Fur, George Griffin USA 1981Clocks, Kirsten Winter Germany 1995Sunset Strip, Kayla Parker UK 1996Triangle, Erica Russell UK 1994Programmed by Jayne Pilling
Landings at SpacexAnimate ProjectsWithout You (2008) by Tal Rosnerhttp://www.spacex.co.uk/pl98.html
http://www.twitchrecordings.com/Mix tapes / videotag VJ(Beatz and Bobz not yet confirmed for Phoenix)
Large Scale ProjectionExeter Cathedral previous eveningAfternoon Meeting at Thistle Hotel
Continues....Part Two - Issues arisingvideo for local TV / YouTube, Vimeo etc.creative commons / rightssound recordingdemoscene - mobile, cloud ?Exeter Cathedral,Busk / open mikeAnimation / editApple, Adobe. Open SourcePolandAnalog 2 Digital