1. NODE08_Paul Prudence_Part 2_Lecture Day

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    Second part of the lecture from Paul Prudence. (dataisnature.com) The lecture is about visualizing music and audio reactive visual feedback systems in VVVV including an audio-visual performance.

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    • The Klamo Report

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      from Iain Brew / Added

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      Live from our last media lecture for this year!

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      • Michael peddling before the lecture

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        from Iain Brew / Added

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        Michael was just sitting at a table before our media lecture today. He looked like he was trying to sell stuff - so he tried :P

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        • Jess and her leather

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          After media, we counted up the amount of leather goods, or dead red cows, she owned :P

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          • Bassam Kurdali interview Zagreb 2010

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            We had a great pleasure to welcome one of Blender's top 3d artis Bassam Kurdali and ask him a couple of questions about his beginnings with 3D, current projects and future plans. This interview is part of a lecture in Zagreb, Croatia in february 2010. A lecture is in three parts where Bassam is talking about new Blender 2.5 and his current project Tube (links coming soon). Links to the lecture (2hours): Lecture part 1: http://www.vimeo.com/12202895 Lecture part 2: http://www.vimeo.com/12288128 Lecture part 3: http://www.vimeo.com/12109280 This project was organized by BlenderHR community and TOSMI! www.tosmi.org http://tube.freefac.org/ http://www.blenderhr.com/news/ Thanks to: Bassam Kurdali TOSMI klub net kulture MaMa Sinisa Kos

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            • openFrameworks Developer Series :: Memo Akten

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              http://www.memo.tv/ http://studioforcreativeinquiry.org/events/openframeworks-developers-presentation-series http://www.openframeworks.cc/about At the intersection of technology, art and design, Mehmet (aka Memo) Akten’s work focuses on designing, developing and hijacking technology to create emotional and memorable experiences. A visual artist, musician and engineer, he is driven by the urge to make the seemingly impossible, possible; and awaken our childlike instincts to explore and discover new forms of interaction and expression. Also applying similar techniques to traditionally non-interactive media he explores new ways of creating and performing moving images and sound. Founder of The Mega Super Awesome Visuals Company, his work ranges from large-scale immersive interactive installations; live music/dance/theater performances, music videos; to online works and mobile applications. Openframeworks is a c++ library designed to assist the creative process by providing a simple and intuitive framework for experimentation. Memo's lecture was part of the openFrameworks Lecture Series, given at Carnegie Mellon University in January of 2011 and sponsored by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. In association with the first international OpenFrameworks World-Wide Developers Meeting, some of the world’s leading computational artist/developers discussed their pioneering work at the intersection of arts and computer science. During the week, the OpenFrameworks core development team was encamped at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry to advance the next version of OpenFrameworks, a toolkit for new media education and creative coding. Each evening at 5pm, they featured three or four short presentations by members of this team.

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              • Lecture: Artwork (Madrid 2011)

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                One of the original Croydon crew that helped shape the sound of dubstep, Arthur ‘Artwork’ Smith has been making house, techno, UKG and all-round London beats since the mid 90s. He started ur-dubstep Croydon label Big Apple at the shop of the same name, made the influential 'Red EP' in '02 and let the teenage Skream and Benga hang out in his studio where they picked up production skills and honed their banter. Also one third of stadionstep supergroup Magnetic Man, he's now one of the most successful producers to emerge from the UK underground. During the Red Bull Music Academy 2011 he sat down for an extended chat about beats, Rinse and life. Enjoy!

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                • Lecture: DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn (Madrid 2011)

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                  From Warehouse and Muzic Box to Cajmere and Lil Louis, ghetto house and the death of Dance Mania to RP Boo and the creation of the term 'juke': the two mainstays of Chicago's footwork scene take us on journey through the history of that Windy City boom - impromptu back-to-back DJ session included.

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                  • The Reality of Death -Full HD Lecture-

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                    A very powerful reminder about the temporary nature of this worldly life, and the fact that we will enter our graves with only our faith and our good deeds that we did to please God. Given at the Islamic Center of Tennessee [theictn.org]. Speaker: AbdulRahman Chao

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                    • Tony Fry: Futuring, the City & Sustainment - the Remaking of Design

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                      Tony Fry is Professor of Design Futures at Griffith University, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane Australia. He is also an award-winning designer, a theorist, a farmer, and director of a project developing an academy of indigenous-based creative practices in East Timor. The author of nine books, Tony is regarded as one of the most progressive thinkers on design in the world today. On his acclaimed book, Design as Politics, a reviewer commented: “To say it’s ‘timely’ is an understatement. Fry offers us one of the most prescient theses for the design of a different possible future.” With support from the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids and the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. This lecture took place on January 19, 2012 as part of the University of Michigan School of Art & Design's Penny W. Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series. Established with the generous support of alumna Penny W. Stamps, the Speaker Series brings respected emerging and established artists/designers from a broad spectrum of media to the School to conduct a public lecture and engage with students, faculty, and the larger University and Ann Arbor communities. All programs take place on Thursdays at 5:10 pm at the historic Michigan Theater, located at 603 E. Liberty Street in downtown Ann Arbor, and are free of charge and open to the public. For more information, please visit: art-design.umich.edu/stamps

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