1. animal puzzler

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    from amy dronen / Added

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    trying to fit the pieces into the puzzle - all animals say 'moo' and nothing else

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    • animal puzzlers 2

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      more of the same...

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      • Обновление сервера ARIS (x5) — Freya

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        Игровой сервер Aris (x5) — http://l2-freestyle.com

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        • Ashy

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          • attention deficit

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            • AVATAR (promotional video clip)

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              AVATAR Video, audio and performance: Freya Bjorg Olafson Lighting Design: Hugh Conacher Costume: Norma Lachance Canadian Premiere October 15 ~ 18th, 2009 co-presentation between Winnipeg's Contemporary Dancers, nuna (now) and Freya Olafson The AVATAR series explores methods of creating, validating and disseminating one’s identity through the use of technology and the Internet. The work is inspired by the mantra “I post therefore I am”, whereby Internet users legitimize their existence by documenting their lives and uploading this media to personal webpages and blogs. Through AVATAR I am facilitating an inquiry into our desire to share and publicize our lives. This series in progress has manifested in 11″x14″ paintings / drawings, a performance, installation, videos and a collaboration with new media artist Pierre Andrieux. In Fall 2009 Winnipeg will be host to the premiere of a solo performance as part of the AVATAR series investigating the themes of virtuality, identity and technology. To date excerpts of this developing body of work have been performed at InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Center (Toronto), Studio 303 (Montreal), PAF ~ Performing Arts Forum (France) and Kling&Bang Galleri (Iceland).

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              • AVATAR (summary video)

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                For Presenters and Promoters. * not for promotional use. AVATAR Video, audio and performance: Freya Bjorg Olafson Lighting Design: Hugh Conacher Duration: 60 minutes AVATAR explores methods of creating, validating and disseminating one’s identity through the use of technology and the Internet. The work is inspired by the mantra “I post therefore I am”, whereby Internet power users legitimize their existence by documenting their lives and uploading this media to personal webpages and blogs. AVATAR facilitates an inquiry into what encourages us to share and publicize our lives. Nothing is hidden as the work develops, Freya moves intimately through software, opening and closing files on her personal computer and interacting with the built-in camera. The performance inherently becomes a duet with technology as in AVATAR Freya makes use of live video feeds and projections to magnify, manipulate and effectively broadcast persona and image. Since it’s premiere in 2009 as part of Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers season, AVATAR has toured to North Carolina, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, North Dakota, Iceland as well as Quito, Manta and Guayaquil in Ecuador. Recently AVATAR received the “Buddies in Bad Times Vanguard Award for Risk and Innovation” at the 2010 Summerworks Theatre Festival in Toronto. In 2012-2013, AVATAR looks forward to presentation in 4 cities in Atlantic Canada as well as Calgary, Alberta as part of the High Performance Rodeo. History and Funders: The AVATAR series began at Studio 303 (Montreal) during a workshop lead by 2boys.tv (video/performance duo, Montreal) in May 2008. Since then the series benefited from significant time at PAF~Performing Arts Forum (St.Erme-Outre-et-Ramecourt, France), SIM – The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists (Reykjavik, Iceland) and at The Barn with Tedd Robinson of 10 Gates Dancing Inc (Ontario). The work was developed with funding from the Winnipeg Arts Council, Manitoba Arts Council, The Canada Council for the Arts and Video Pool Media Arts Center. Brief Biography: Freya Björg Olafson is an interdisciplinary artist who works with video, audio, painting and performance. Her creations have been presented and exhibited nationally as well as internationally at festivals and galleries such as the South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art (North-Carolina), the Plug In Institute for Contemporary Art (Winnipeg), InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Center (Toronto), Dance: made in canada biennial (Toronto), Winnipeg Art Gallery, Núna (now) Festival (Winnipeg, Toronto, Iceland), OchoYmedio / Alas de la Danza (Quito, Guayaquil, Manta / Ecuador), O.K. Centrum (Linz, Austria), Kling&Bang Galleri (Reykjavik,Iceland), MONA- Museum of New Art ( Detroit) and Tangente Laboratoires Des Movements Contemporains (Montreal).

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                • 2B

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                  2 B Audio, video, performance: Freya Bjorg Olafson Duration: 3:45 mins format available: Beta, Mini DV, DVD (NTSC or PAL) Completed February 2011 2 B is part of my AVATAR series exploring methods of creating, validating and disseminating one’s identity through the use of technology and the Internet. The series is inspired by the mantra “I post therefore I am”, whereby Internet users legitimize their existence by documenting their lives and uploading this media to personal webpages and blogs. The work in this series facilitates an inquiry into our desire to share and publicize our lives. 2 B was created using a screen capture of free customizable online games. The work questions virtual presence. The AVATAR series began at Studio 303 (Montreal) during a workshop lead by 2boys.tv (video/performance duo, Montreal) in May 2008. Since then the series benefited from significant time at PAF~Performing Arts Forum (St.Erme-Outre-et-Ramecourt, France), SIM – The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists (Reykjavik, Iceland) and at The Barn with Tedd Robinson of 10 Gates Dancing Inc (Ontario). The development of this series is generously supported by the Canada Council for The Arts, Manitoba Arts Council, The Winnipeg Arts Council and Video Pool Media Arts Center. To date excerpts of this body of work have been exhibited / performed at InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Center (Toronto), Plug In Institute for Contemporary Art (Winnipeg), Studio 303 (Montreal), PAF ~ Performing Arts Forum (France) and Kling&Bang Galleri (Iceland).

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                  • Been Caught Dancing

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                    from amy dronen / Added

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                    Who doesn't like Lou Rawls...just a little...

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                    • Beer: The History of Winning

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                      from Haberdashery, Inc. / Added

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                      We had 3 hours to go before the Charlotte Cutters meeting and edit off contest. The rules stated that the video had to be 30 seconds and feature beer, bananas, dogs or a few other options. We went with beer and took home third place. Not bad for an afternoon of work. Music: Dirty Art Club - One Thousand Guns and Roses - November Rain The Sword - Freya

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