The tragic intimate Sundance winning story of 3 young boys living in desperate poverty in a poor Missouri town. Stores closed, people moved away, farms sold. The story of Rich Hill could be told in hundreds of towns across America. Amongst the squalor and shattered dreams the camera achieves a relationship with the boys that is startling in its unabashed honesty and crafted quality.
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The meaning of life is a compelling existential question that is central to philosophy. In the piece "Remediating The Populist Meaning of Life" I explore the transcoding of the data set used to enable representation of Wikipedia's webpage definition of the meaning of life using visualisation and auralization of the data behind the web page.
The transcoded HTML and binary code is used as raw material to visualise and auralize a re-contextralized representation of the data set as media art.
Wikipedia through Google has become the first port of call for people seeking information as a populous choice of people using the internet to obtain information.
I love a good Bush Doof. This was taken when I was invited to a party in the Forest (not telling where). Generous, kind intelligent people, amazing vibe, spectacular surroundings and incredible line up of quality talented DJ's. They set up a little community with an amazing PA, stage and lighting rig, then tear it down like it was never there. I shot this footage with my Canon 7d with a Sigma 18-125 zoom. A mixture of time lapse and video. I wrote this track "Bush Doof" for the footage.