1. Good jam on the train with Fats White.

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    from Gonzalo Borges Added 168 0 1

    Video on the train, where we met this great artist called Fats White without knowing it and thank to the good vibes energy gave us a good jam on the train with we that night, a great concert from my Earth Brother. Much love and peace for you Fats! Video en el tren, donde nos encontramos con este gran artista llamado Fats White, sin conocerlo, y gracias a la buena onda nos dio una buena jam en el tren esa noche, un gran concierto de mi hermano de la Tierra. Mucho amor y paz para ti Fats! SWEET AS BRO!

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    • What I Believe. Mesu Kasumai’s 8-bit videoclip

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      by VjVISUALOOP: http://www.vjvisualoop.tv/ What I Believe is the recording of a live vj-set for the song Zoe by the American musician Mesu Kasumai. This video is made with images coming from three different sources: films, videogames and geometric shapes. These last ones are made by the author by computer animation. The video features VjVISUALOOP’s low resolution, aliased images, abstract geometries and repeated patterns.

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      • Self inflicting

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        from hessel stuut Added 62 0 0

        (2009) Installation experiment, the steel wire causes feedback noise when touching the audioconnector, the sound generated moves the speakers and the wire is pulled away from the connector. http://www.hesselstuut.nl

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        • Julius Von Bismarck - The Influencers 2009 (7)

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          from The Influencers festival Added

          Part 7 of 7 More at http://theinfluencers.org/julius-von-bismarck The Influencers 2009

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          • Lost in The Open: Mushon Zer-Aviv (il) on Open Web and Free Culture

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            from transmediale Added 153 0 0

            transmediale 2011 Panel: Lost in The Open? Navigating the Open Web and Free Culture / 02.02.2011 11:00 ‘Free’ and ‘open’ – it sounds so idealistic and limitless. The so-called Open Culture has produced many alternative approaches in dealing with knowledge and information, but, on the other hand, the utopias of free access constantly breed confusion. How free is ‘free’, actually? Can a social community preserve its openness long term? And how sustainable can systems that are freely available to anyone at anytime really be? This discussion focuses on the future agenda of the Free Culture movement and provides guidance for all those who are confused by too much ‘freedom’.

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            • Boom, Tree

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              from hessel stuut Added 67 0 0

              Documentation of a videoprojection by Hessel Stuut on a castle in Chanze, France.

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              • Goodbye Paradise john breed

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                from john breed Added 578 1 0

                goodbye paradise 2010 john breed silverd-plated skeletons 350x220x110cm more info www.johnbreed.nl

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                • Julius Von Bismarck - The Influencers 2009 (6)

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                  from The Influencers festival Added

                  Part 6 of 7 More at http://theinfluencers.org/julius-von-bismarck The Influencers 2009

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                  • I feel blue

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                    from hessel stuut Added 140 0 0

                    What do you do when you feel blue, a short video by Hessel Stuut http://www.hesselstuut.nl

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                    • Lost in The Open: Henrik Moltke (dk) on Open Web and Free Culture

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                      from transmediale Added 60 0 0

                      transmediale 2011 Panel: Lost in The Open? Navigating the Open Web and Free Culture / 02.02.2011 11:00 ‘Free’ and ‘open’ – it sounds so idealistic and limitless. The so-called Open Culture has produced many alternative approaches in dealing with knowledge and information, but, on the other hand, the utopias of free access constantly breed confusion. How free is ‘free’, actually? Can a social community preserve its openness long term? And how sustainable can systems that are freely available to anyone at anytime really be? This discussion focuses on the future agenda of the Free Culture movement and provides guidance for all those who are confused by too much ‘freedom’.

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