1. Sample-Interview on Dutch TV


    from Matthijs_Vlot Added 26.4K 25 9

    TRANSLATION: (by Piet Nelemans, thanx!): ------------------- I'm pretty sure you've already seen this, because it got almost 2 million views in a few days. It's about this movie, where movie stars sing Lionel Richie's song 'Hello'. This is made by a Dutch guy named Matthijs Vlot. We asked him some questions about his sudden hit, and he answered on his own way. Why did you made this clip? That's a good question. I made this clip. Actually, I really did it with conviction. Because I'm convinced - because of my faith - that excellent movie clips can achieve a better world. However some people will say 'The world won't get any better'. Did you expect this? This is again the good question. Small achievements, big achievements, but the most important is that you think: 'I think it'll be absurd.' Then everything will be fine. Why don't you show your face on tv? That's a difficult one. Well okey, here we go: a very small piece. ("Hello!") Well, that's me. Bye.

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    • [V]ote Auction - CNN - Burden of Proof


      from UBERMORGEN Added 682 5 0

      [V]ote-auction' 27 Min. on CNN "Burden of Proof" 2000, DVD, 00:27:00 UBERMORGEN.COM Bringing democracy and capitalism closer together Voteauction was a Website which offered US citizens to sell their presidential vote to the highest bidder during the Presidential Elections 2000, Al Gore vs. G.W. Bush. The Website was conceived by the student James Baumgartner and then sold to the austrian business-artists Hans Bernhard (founder of etoy) and Lizvlx from UBERMORGEN.COM in Austria and (V)ote-auction Inc. in Sofia/Bulgaria [a subsidiary of the UBERMORGEN.COM group] for a undisclosed sum. Voteauction was UBERMORGEN.COMs feature Media Hacking performance in the year 2000. http://www.vote-auction.net

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      • Fake Up


        from Martin Bricelj Added 230 0 0

        A multidisciplinary urban action dealing with the problem of media constructed reality. A group of media experts, acting under a fake organization AVBIA (www.avbia.org), constucted a fake story about victims of biochemical attacks and spread it to the public through all available media. The project consists of many phases (city light posters on city streets, web page and office of the AVBIA organization, petition, media hacking,...)

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