Inspired by the recent project in NMD104… It’s an interesting concept.

http://www.gizmag.com/throwable-ball-camera-captures-panoramic-images/20168/

I’m not sure how the other occupy movements handle decision making, but in Occupy Oakland they have formed a set of guidelines how actions are voted upon at their daily General Assembly meeting which have had roughly 1,000 to 3,000 each night. So far I am surprised at how organized these assemblies have been. Its not an easy thing to get a group of thousands to gather and collectively speak and vote on certain topics. Below are the working guidelines the general assembly uses to vote and pass proposals.

Occupy Oakland General Assembly

Committees needed for the functioning of the GA:

  • ·Facilitators Working Group (FWG): Responsible for finding facilitators for our GA, responsible for refining our decision making process and structure, and organizing the structure of the agenda for the GA; it does not determine the content of the agenda. FWG will also help hold ongoing facilitation trainings twice a week through the Raheim Brown Free School.

(FWG will have an open meeting every day at noon, under the trees in the small plaza near the flower shop– the first half hour will be reserved for concerns and suggestions)

  • ·Coordinating Committee (CoCo)*: CoCo gathers the content of the agenda of the GA. It is responsible for taking proposals, concerns, and announcements from committees and other groups in Occupy Oakland to the FWG. (please see below under “decision making process” for further details on this.) CoCo is independent of the FWG.

*this committee needs to be formed and does not exist yet

Proposed agenda for GAs:

  • ·Welcome & Opener
  • ·Agenda Overview, overview of process and hand signals
  • ·Committee announcements
  • ·Action announcements
  • ·Proposals from committees
  • ·Proposals from other groups, caucuses, affinity groups, etc.
  • ·General announcements (open)
  • ·Forum

Decision Making Process (Proposals)

The below decision making process is a modified consensus process, which means it strives for full consensus (100% agreement) by allowing ample time to discuss everyone’s questions and concerns and make amendments, but will accept less than 100% consensus if after addressing questions and concerns, consensus cannot be reached. (see the step by step process below for details.)

Only Occupy Oakland committees or groups (which we define as 3 or more people who are a part of Occupy Oakland) may make proposals to the General Assembly. The proposal made to the assembly must have 100% consensuswithin that  group or committee and must have 3 members attending the GA to present the proposal (all three or more people must speak). The proposal must be written down or said aloud to the proposal note-taker at the GA(there is a proposal box at the info tent). If it becomes apparent that the group giving a proposal needs to gather more information or take more into consideration, the coordinating committee may have them bring their proposal back for later.

*Note: In order for the GA to make a decision on a proposal, at least 50 people should be present (this may be amended as the occupation goes on).

Step by step of decision making process:

1. proposal: written and presented as thoroughly as possible

2. stack: clarifying questions*, pros and cons, suggested amendments (with full explanation)

3. test for consensus; 90% passes proposal

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  • ·if  90% approval is not reached, consider friendly amendments and repeat steps 1-3 and try for 80% approval to pass proposal

*clarifying questions can be immediately addressed by those giving the proposal

note:  facilitator may use tools such as a straw poll, group break out discussions, according to their discretion

GA Facilitation Roles (these will be rotating):

-Co-facilitators: core facilitation, announcing agenda items

-Coordinating Committee presenters: gives brief summaries of subcommittee      announcements

-Participant advocators: addresses points-of-process concerns and factual responses        from crowd, counts during tests for consensus, directs people to stage to speak, answers            questions about decision making process

-Note-taker: takes notes of announcements and decisions made during assembly, gets       notes to the web committee

-proposal note-taker: takes down new proposals for the current GA or a later agenda

-Time-keeper: holds up visual reminders of time available for speakers and            announcements

Most recently, they general Assembly passed a vote on Wednesday for a city-wide strike on November 2nd.

Francis Ford Coppola may be best known for directing blockbusters like The Godfather and Apocalypse Now, but he’s giving over control of his latest flick to a digital DJ.

While Coppola’s remixable film may sound outlandish to some, in new media circles it’s almost old hat. Mike Figgis remixed his 2000 film Timecode–already unusual for its four screens of the same footage shot in one take with no editing–live at the 2006 Zero One festival curated by Steve Dietz. And a self-remixing film has been the subject of a number of U-Me capstones.

Timecode (2000) Four cameras. One take. No edits. Real time. http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0220100

Compare Twixt:

Coppola turned members of the Hall H crowd into test subjects for his wild idea to turn movies into live entertainment. Accompanied onstage by musician Dan Deacon and actor Val Kilmer, Coppola used a touchpad to select scenes from Twixt on the fly as Deacon tweaked the soundtrack.

Coppola said Twixt was conceived as a way to inject a live feel into cinema.

“What I’d love to do is go on tour,” he said, “like a month before the film opened, and go to all the cities myself, with my collaborators, with live music and actually perform the film for each audience uniquely for them — a different version for each audience. That’s what opera was like.”

Twixt centers on a horror writer who stumbles onto strange goings-on, and maybe vampires, in a small town. During one segment screened Saturday, the writer, played by Val Kilmer, brainstorms alone in his hotel room. Coppola and his tech crew spliced together different mixes of the montage, during which Kilmer assumed various personas.

“Theoretically, I could push the Shuffle button,” Coppola said.

http://feeds.wired.com/~r/wired/index/~3/uSwOEiYQREI/

Save the Date and Call for Submissions PechaKucha Night Bangor Vol. 2 Friday, August 19th Brick Church, 126 Union Street, Bangor

PechaKucha Night Bangor Vol. 2 is slated for Friday night, August 19th. George Kinghorn, Director and Curator of the University of Maine Museum of Art, will emcee the event. A cash bar and munchies will be provided. 8 people will surprise the audience with presentations about their creative work and ideas.

SUBMISSIONS: Please send a 1-paragraph bio, title and description of your presentation, 3 to 5 sample images and your phone and email contact info to pechakucha [DOT] bangor [AT] gmail [DOT] com. Submissions are due July 22nd .

People of all creative expressions, designers, writers, architects, artists, sculptors, dancers, photographers, academics, athletes, farmers, filmmakers, entrepreneurs, and more are encouraged to submit their work to present at PechaKucha Night Vol. 2. More information about the submission process is available at http://www.pecha-kucha.org/night/bangor-meand by emailing pechakucha [DOT] bangor [AT] gmail [DOT] com.

PechaKucha Night Bangor is a presentation event for creative people to showcase their work, accomplishments and ideas to the community. PechaKucha Night started in 2003 in Japan and has spread to hundreds of cities around the world. The event concept is to keep presentations concise, interest up and ideas flowing. The 20×20 PechaKucha format allows each presenter to narrate a slideshow of 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds. Each event has 8 presenters representing a wide array of creative disciplines.

A documentary Film

For many of us our parents encourage us to attend college and get a higher education so that we can have a choice of what we would like for ourselves in life an not just have to settle for what we can get. When i first when to college I was filled with the idea when I got out I’d have a leg up on the rest of the world, that I’d have to beat employers off with a stick and choosing a my career would be like choosing which gift to first unwrap at christmas; exciting, somewhat expected, and always with careful and thoughtful deliberation. A year out of school and I quickly found out that was not the case at all. Instead of exploring new areas and growing into adult hood I found myself back in my old room and in many ways back into adolescence. Now don’t get me wrong I would not change my college experience for anything, not only was I expose to classes of people I wouldn’t normally interact with and create strong bonds and important relationships, college helped me view the world beyond myself, brought my attitude and intelligence to a higher level, and help form me into a daring, risk taking, creative person. Still I wish my income could reflect those four years that help me grow so much.  Though I understand that times are tough and I am not the only person with such ‘after college shock’ and what’s helping me get through this difficult time for our nation is in fact my background in higher education.  I’m realizing that to be an adult is to tackle responsibilities that may not make you happy  while still pursuing that thing that motivates you.

The link above is a link to my blog for a documentary film I’m working on about this very subject. Titled: Overqualified At first this film was going to be a broad documentary about what it means to be a college graduate in todays economy but as things evolved it has become more to focus about a certain individual named Rachel. Rachel graduated top of her class in both high school and college, she is driven, smart, articulate and struggling, like may of us are.  I won’t go into more detail because that is what the blog is for. If you have the time check it out, give me some feed back and hey if you feel like supporting a local filmmaker and fellow black bear, donate a dollar or two.

Two foes… Drivers cracked and brought together for great justice!

Just in case you were wondering…

Researchers are sure that they can put lab-grown meat on the menu — if they can just get cultured muscle cells to bulk up.

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What do a 15th century mural, performance art documentation photo, and Google Maps screengrab have in common? Continue reading »

Sometimes less is more, even in Augmented Reality. These two examples of “diminished reality” are like Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill acting on real-time video. Imagine if Harry Houdini had gotten ahold of this, or Pravda.

http://tech.slashdot.org/story/10/10/13/0525245/Erasing-Objects-From-Video-In-Real-Time?from=rss

Smoothly interpolating away objects in still pictures is impressive enough, but reader geoffbrecker writes with a stunning demonstration from Germany’s Technical University of Ilmenau of on-the-fly erasure of selected objects in video. Quoting: “The effect is achieved by an image synthesizer that reduces the image quality, removes the object, and then increases the image quality back up. This all happens within 40 milliseconds, fast enough that the viewer doesn’t notice any delay.”

Here’s the “ordinary” AR version:

http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2010/10/augmented-reality-the-incredible-world-of-diminished-reality/

Hello,
My name is Dennis St. Pierre, I am an MFA student in the Intermedia Program here at the University of Maine.

I am announcing a new light hearted, humorous and informative voice opposed to the Tea Party Movement. Everything is explained below in a press release I wrote.

We are still adding content on a daily basis to our site, especially the intelligence, (aren’t we all) and there are lot’s of products that are not in our online store yet.

Hopefully everything will be completed soon. None the less, it is time to announce.

So please visit our site, purchase goods in our effort to stand up to the Tea Baggers and fight for our country while at the same time raising money and awareness for important causes. Help us go viral and spread the call.
Any advice, feedback, links to great information and content you think would be appropriate to add to our site, would be greatly appreciated.

I hope life finds you all well. I wish you all great happiness.

Dennis St.Pierre

Hello Everyone,
I am Dennis St. Pierre, an ordinary worker, a student, an artist and most important a citizen! I am a Perturbed Passionate Patriotic Pacifist (say that 4 x fast) who is tired of the high jacking of our Democratic Republic by the Tea Party and feel it’s time to do something about it. So I and some Friends, have created the NOT TEA (yes naughty) Party. We have decided to fight back using humor, intelligence and common sense.

Like most of you, we have little time to go to meetings and assemblies, coffee party’s etc. We are so busy just staying afloat. But that doesn’t mean we have nothing to say and the time to speak up is passing us by.

By not voicing our opposition, by remaining silent and complacent, we are allowing a possible takeover of our government and ultimately our country. This is the work of the ultra wealthy and the extremely misinformed in the guise of “Patriots”, who call themselves the “Tea Party”.

It is through simple acts of defiance that we can defeat this opposition. We all know the power of marketing; we all know how powerful a few words can be. We all can defeat this rhetoric filled and misinformed group and take our country back.

How? We fight back without malice, but instead armed with humor, common sense and strong intelligence as our weapons, We take simple actions like that of wearing a T-shirt, placing a bumper sticker on our car, placing a sign on our lawn to be our voice when we don’t feel like direct confrontation. We take time to gain knowledge by reading and debate. Suddenly, you gain strength, armed with the knowledge of being one of many. Suddenly you feel strong enough to stand up and confront the bullies directly.

We believe as Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. believed that it is through many little acts of non violence and intelligent defiance that true power prevails. These acts include the use of Humor, Knowledge and Good Will.

That being said; we are attempting to give you the means to defeat this takeover. We have created a website www.notteacompany.com or www.notteaparty.com . It is being updated constantly with News, A Library, Links, Cartoons, Humorous Videos, a place to exchange knowledge, as well as a Mercantile where you can buy products to voice your displeasure of the Tea Party. Products with humorous double entendre rally cries! “I’m NOT TEA”, “Sooooo NOT TEA”, “NOT TEA & NICE”, “It’s Nice 2 B Naugh-Tea” and many others that support the “NOT TEA PARTY” idea. We will soon have “Wicked Not Tea Coffee” as well. 15% of all profits go to NON PROFITS.

So, I hope you will go to our website and our store and become part of a “Wicked Not Tea Party”. So laugh, be informed and perform acts of Good Will all while being NOT TEA!!!

Sincerely,

Dennis St. Pierre
The NOT TEA COMPANY

For more info please contact me via email at [email protected]

“Remember…… try to be good and if that’s impossible, Be reeeaaalllly bad and tell me how good it was!!!! :-)

“Imagine” john lennon

Thoreau’s simple economic calculus shows we sometimes get less out of technology than we put in.

http://feeds.wired.com/~r/wired/index/~3/lbgq5LWy2d4/ via Byline Henry David Thoreau ['s ] distillation of a year living in relative seclusion offers deep insights not just into the natural world and humanity’s place in it, but how that relationship was being impacted — and degraded — by the Industrial Revolution. It remains to this day a trenchant criticism of the excesses of technology….

A railroad ran along Walden Pond about one-third of a mile from Thoreau’s cabin, and he could hear the rattle of the trains. But he thought a trip by rail was a bad bargain:

One says to me, “I wonder that you do not lay up money; you love to travel; you might take the cars and go to Fitchburg today and see the country.” But I am wiser than that. I have learned that the swiftest traveller is he that goes afoot. I say to my friend, Suppose we try who will get there first. The distance is thirty miles; the fare ninety cents. That is almost a day’s wages. I remember when wages were sixty cents a day for laborers on this very road. Well, I start now on foot, and get there before night; I have travelled at that rate by the week together. You will in the meanwhile have earned your fare, and arrive there some time tomorrow, or possibly this evening, if you are lucky enough to get a job in season. Instead of going to Fitchburg, you will be working here the greater part of the day. And so, if the railroad reached round the world, I think that I should keep ahead of you.

Another DIY AR toolkit. I wonder if it comes with that sophisticated European accent built-in–it does vaguely sound computer-generated.

http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2010/07/augmented-reality-hoppala/ via Byline

*I do hope! they! get rid of! that exclamation point! soon.

“HOPPALA! Augmentation provides an easy way for non-technical creatives to start experimenting with augmented reality and Layar. Create your own augmented reality experiences with just some mouse clicks and publish your work at Layar, the world‘s largest augmented reality platform.

“HOPPALA! Augmentation comes with a full screen map interface to place and edit augments all around the world. Upload your images and icons, audio, video and 3D multimedia content with just some mouse clicks and add it to your personalized inventory in the cloud. HOPPALA! Augmentation even does the hosting for you. It simply runs in your browser, there’s no software installation required and no coding needed at all.

“HOPPALA! Augmentation is your perfect Layar companion. It offers a fullservice solution for producing augmented reality experiences and easily integrates with the Layar open platform. Create and maintain your content at HOPPALA! Augmentation and publish cross-platform at Layar. Layar is available for iPhone and Android smartphones with more than 2 mio. installations worldwide and preinstallations on 1 in 3 AR capable smartphones sold worldwide this year.

“Try HOPPALA! Augmentation for free and learn more about HOPPALA! Augmentation in our video tutorial.”

(((At least they didn’t name the enterprise “H0pp0la.” The thing I like best about Hoppola! (besides the fact that it makes AR accessible to bone-lazy dilettantes), is that it resembles an augmented reality system for building augmented realities. With “no software installation required and with no coding needed at all,” it may be a mere matter of time before we can augment reality by snapping our fingers at it.)))

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Another DIY AR toolkit. I wonder if it comes with that sophisticated European accent built-in–it does vaguely sound computer-generated.

http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2010/07/augmented-reality-hoppala/ via Byline

*I do hope! they! get rid of! that exclamation point! soon.

“HOPPALA! Augmentation provides an easy way for non-technical creatives to start experimenting with augmented reality and Layar. Create your own augmented reality experiences with just some mouse clicks and publish your work at Layar, the world‘s largest augmented reality platform.

“HOPPALA! Augmentation comes with a full screen map interface to place and edit augments all around the world. Upload your images and icons, audio, video and 3D multimedia content with just some mouse clicks and add it to your personalized inventory in the cloud. HOPPALA! Augmentation even does the hosting for you. It simply runs in your browser, there’s no software installation required and no coding needed at all.

“HOPPALA! Augmentation is your perfect Layar companion. It offers a fullservice solution for producing augmented reality experiences and easily integrates with the Layar open platform. Create and maintain your content at HOPPALA! Augmentation and publish cross-platform at Layar. Layar is available for iPhone and Android smartphones with more than 2 mio. installations worldwide and preinstallations on 1 in 3 AR capable smartphones sold worldwide this year.

“Try HOPPALA! Augmentation for free and learn more about HOPPALA! Augmentation in our video tutorial.”

(((At least they didn’t name the enterprise “H0pp0la.” The thing I like best about Hoppola! (besides the fact that it makes AR accessible to bone-lazy dilettantes), is that it resembles an augmented reality system for building augmented realities. With “no software installation required and with no coding needed at all,” it may be a mere matter of time before we can augment reality by snapping our fingers at it.)))

Call for Applications Interactive Screen 1.0 Beautiful Lives Program dates: August 16, 2010 – August 20, 2010 Guest Curator: Daniel Canty Now in its 15th installment at The Banff Centre, Interactive Screen is the Banff New Media Institute’s (BNMI) flagship new media event. This year, Interactive Screen 1.0: Beautiful Lives will look at the way new media intersects with our aspirations and ambitions, individual or collective, convergent or contradictory, for the betterment of life. Participants invariably come away from the event with fresh ideas and alliances, a refined set of skills, and a renewed faith in the power of new media.

Interactive Screen 1.! 0 Scholarship Intensive New media makers interested in developing a creative project or reflective essay related to this year’s theme are encouraged to apply to the Interactive Screen Scholarship Intensive. Scholarships are available for up to 10 Canadian and international applicants and include focused mentorship and public presentation opportunities, a travel stipend of up to $550, and full financial support for program tuition, meals, and shared accommodations on The Banff Centre campus. Participants arrive two days before the start of the main Interactive Screen program. Application deadline is July 13.

BNMI Co-production Lab: Self-directed Co-productions The Banff New Media Institute invites artists, producers, content creators, and researchers working with form, content, and themes that connect with the field of new media to submit project proposals for Self-directed Co-production residencies. We provide the time and space for focused work in a retreat setting. Design your own residency. Projects in all stages, from experimentation to production, are welcome.

For more Information please contact: 1-403-762-6100 arts_info [AT] banffcentre [DOT] ca www.banffcentre.ca/bnmi

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Call for Applications Interactive Screen 1.0 Beautiful Lives Program dates: August 16, 2010 – August 20, 2010 Guest Curator: Daniel Canty Now in its 15th installment at The Banff Centre, Interactive Screen is the Banff New Media Institute’s (BNMI) flagship new media event. This year, Interactive Screen 1.0: Beautiful Lives will look at the way new media intersects with our aspirations and ambitions, individual or collective, convergent or contradictory, for the betterment of life. Participants invariably come away from the event with fresh ideas and alliances, a refined set of skills, and a renewed faith in the power of new media.

Interactive Screen 1.! 0 Scholarship Intensive New media makers interested in developing a creative project or reflective essay related to this year’s theme are encouraged to apply to the Interactive Screen Scholarship Intensive. Scholarships are available for up to 10 Canadian and international applicants and include focused mentorship and public presentation opportunities, a travel stipend of up to $550, and full financial support for program tuition, meals, and shared accommodations on The Banff Centre campus. Participants arrive two days before the start of the main Interactive Screen program. Application deadline is July 13.

BNMI Co-production Lab: Self-directed Co-productions The Banff New Media Institute invites artists, producers, content creators, and researchers working with form, content, and themes that connect with the field of new media to submit project proposals for Self-directed Co-production residencies. We provide the time and space for focused work in a retreat setting. Design your own residency. Projects in all stages, from experimentation to production, are welcome.

For more Information please contact: 1-403-762-6100 arts_info [AT] banffcentre [DOT] ca www.banffcentre.ca/bnmi

Viewers from a range of disciplines will get a lot out of this 30-minute interview with writer and digital humanist Cheryl Ball.   Describing issues and concerns for new media education, Cheryl offers concrete solutions and examples from her work at Illinois State University and beyond.

Writers Talk: Cheryl Ball
CherylBall_WritersTalk_OhioChannel

(The UMaine community will recognize Cheryl; interview segments with her  were featured preminantly in Magic, a Without Borders installation put together by Still Water‘s John Bell, Vanessa Vobis, and Craig Dietrich.)

For the last year, when I log into FirstClass1, I get a box prompting me to change my password. Unfortunately, the application doesn’t accept my old password. The fix? Ignore it; hitting cancel closes the box and I’m on my way.

Turns out this chagrin to system admins might not be so bad afterall. From a recent Microsoft Research2 study described by the Boston Globe:

… redoing [passwords] is not an effective preventive step against online infiltration unless the cyber attacker (or evil colleague) who steals your sign-in sequence waits to employ it until after you’ve switched to a new one, Herley wrote. That’s about as likely as a crook lifting a house key and then waiting until the lock is changed before sticking it in the door.

Important to note, the study’s primary consideration is the collective amount of time it takes employees to routinely change their passwords:

“A lot of advice makes sense only if we think user time has no value,” [Cormac Herley] said.

I’ll continue clicking cancel more than I type in a new password, though I would recommend staying on the course of having different passwords across multiple sites.

Footnotes:
1 It would be semantically incorrect to link the FirstClass text above to Dear FirstClass, so I’ll do it here: Dear FirstClass.
2 Resisting the obvious pun…

I am working on building a website for my senior capstone and I need your help.
It is a free website that offers young musicians and professionals to have a place to post their original/non-copyrighted scores of music through educational/instructional videos as well as written score sheets. This site is geared towards having users teaching and helping users learn all things related to the musical instrument. The goal of this site is to have you, the user, provide the content. It is important users on this site come to the aid others, give a sense of a supportive community, so they can learn the art and joy of music. Anyone is allowed to view the videos, score sheets, and add comments. However, you must have a user account in order to upload content.

I am looking for users, who right now, have prior knowledge of music and are able to contribute these instrument educational videos.These videos do not have to be long. Keep the videos to less then 10 minutes. I would like my users to teach how to play an instrument that they feel they are strongest in. You can demonstrate the instrument of your choosing. It can cover the basics of playing that instrument, or it can be more challenging lessons for those users who want to push their talents further. As long as it is relevant to the instrument. You could even show them how to read the music for that instrument, how to keep time, or even how to write music for that instrument. As you can see, the possibilities of what to show users is endless. Also if you don’t have a lot of time just adding 1 video would be extremely helpful and then you can contribute at your own pace. If you need more information I would be happy to help.

MusiciansUniteForFree.com

Web Info:
www.JesseMelanson.com

http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Projectionist/369893803812?ref=ts

Upcoming:
MARCH 25TH -W/HANG TIME 9PM, THE DIME OLD TOWN MAINE

APRIL 1ST – “MAINE CHANNEL FILM FESTIVAL” 7PM, COLLINS CENTER OF THE ARTS UNIVERSITY OF MAINE

APRIL 3RD – W/BOOTIDDY, THE DIME OLD TOWN MAINE

APRIL 14TH – “CUGR” LARGE CROWD INTERACTION PRESENTATION AND PERFORMANCE WELLS CONFERENCE CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE

APRIL 30TH – RESTLESS GROOVE CD RELEASE PARTY, THE DIME OLD TOWN MAINE

SEPTEMBER 10TH -12TH – DANK FEST, ACTION MAINE MORE INFO SOON

MORE DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

Migrating Forms Festival May 14-23, 2010 Anthology Film Archives, New York

 CALL FOR ENTRIES  LAST CHANCE

Final Deadline: March 15, 2010

Go to http://migratingforms.org for full guidelines and instructions on how to submit 

 ACCREDITATION  NOW OPEN

Curators, distributors, programmers and writers

Email your name, contact information and affiliation to guests [AT] migratinforms [DOT] org

The 2010 program will be announced in April 

Migrating Forms is an annual festival of new experimental film from around the worldfeatures, shorts, documentaries, essays, film and video art and live performances. The festival focuses on work that often slips through the cracks at festivals that draw a stark distinction between the regular competition and the avant-garde. Formerly known as the New York Underground Film Festival (19932008), Migrating Forms presents work culled from other festivals, biennials, students, established avant-garde filmmakers, microcinemas, and galleries. The diverse body of work is situated in the common context of the cinema.

Last year’s inaugural festival featured new work by Stephanie Barber, Phil Collins, Barry Doupé, Bradley Eros, Kevin Jerome Everson, Jim Finn, Nikolaus Geyrhalter, Michael Gitlin, Barbara Hammer, Susan Hiller, Owen Land, Oliver Laric, Jeanne Liotta, Josephine Meckseper, Pavel Medvedev, Shana Moulton, Pat O’Neil, Lucy Raven, Ben Rivers, Michael Robinson, Amie Siegel, John Smith, Naomi Uman, Erika Vogt, and many more.

mailing address:

Migrating Forms

PO Box 1072 – Cooper Station

New York, NY 10276

info [AT] migratingforms [DOT] org

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