1. Harvest Moon Studio Demo #1


    from Mark Lindquist / Added

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    Harvest Moon Studio specializes in exhibit media production and interpretive exhibit planning. Our family-owned collaborative studio is located near the banks of the LA River, on the outskirts of Hollywood. Our projects help clients interpret the complexity, nuance, and grandeur of the American experience. Several of the wide-ranging topics we have tackled include the grim devastation of the Civil War; the comeback of the California condor; delicate ecosystems of the otherwise rugged Vasquez Rocks landscape; and epic labor struggles in Michigan’s Copper Country.Founded in 1992 by film director Mark Lindquist and exhibit planner Heather Lindquist, Harvest Moon Studio has contributed to projects stretching from Andersonville, Georgia, to Grand Coulee, Washington. Our work is permanently installed at the LA Zoo, U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Children’s Museum of the Upstate, Roseville Utility Exploration Center, and the Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, Illinois. We count among our talented friends and collaborators Chris Bremer of Element113; Melanie and Daniel Hopkins of nieStudio; VFX artist Johnny Rice; Jen Bressler of Hunt Design; animator Ramiro Olmos; and exhibit designer Krister Olmon.Contact us to help make your ideas shine. Visit us at www.harvestmoonstudio.com

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    • Competitive Release: SMACKDOWN!


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      • Cryolophosaurus


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        Hello! my name is Cryolophosaurus, and this video is about me!! BY: Dionna Maryam Gabriela

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        • Video Remix: Camping in Antarctica


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          A video of a 2010 trip to Antarctica for research.

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          • Video Remix by Alia and Sammy


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            • Red Eyed Sky Walkers: Silver Series


              from Jenny Marketou / Added

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              Networked environment Gateways: Art and Networked Culture exhibition May 12 to September 25, 2011 The work of Jenny Marketou Red Eyed Sky Walkers: Silver Series 2011 is a networked environment created on site and set in the courtyard in front of the Kumu Art Museum in Tallinn, Estonia. The environment which according to the artist touches upon the vital role of the viewer in directly incorporated in the process of the development of her work consists of the fluid, shifting and ephemeral ecology of 49 Silver Mylar reflective meteorological balloons which are attached on the ground by several yards of transparent plastic tethers. As guests at the museum are sitting under the shelter of the balloons they can hear the mesmerizing patterns of the wind as it blows through the Mylar surface when the balloon touches each other creating a real condition for a sharing experience and rest. But aside from the silver balloons the environment features nine wireless network video cameras, which are attached under some of the balloons. The nine cameras survey all the aerial activity between visitors and the environment and aided by the Internet they transmit live streaming video to the gallery space, which is located on the 5th floor of the museum. There through a software specially designed for this project enables the artist to seek audiovisual material and other data from global networks of social media like wikileaks, youtube, tweet, flicker arranged in thematic archives which range from images of our self, video reportage, images which convey enforced and repeated rules and codes in the control of crowds, in political and economic upheavals, in administrative apparatuses and military technology, and this heterogeneous and fluid context of images is simultaneously reassembled, manipulated with the streaming video from the cameras and displayed as a single video projection divided into nine channels. In the spirit of transparency the artist like a contemporary documentarian wants to make us look through the collective gaze of the culture of reality TV, embedded journalism and you tube the uncertain state of images and other universal networks created out of audio, visual and electronic communication which have been normalized and to ask us to critically question the profoundly ambivalent about rhetorics of truth and strategies of authenticity in those images. Jaron Lanier in his text, You Are Not A Gadget, calls for a more humanist approach to the way we participate in network culture. Red Eyed Sky Walkers: Silver Series speak to this desire and reveals the human in the networked interface. Red Eyed Sky Walkers: Silver Series at Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia (European Capital of Culture, 20011) has been commissioned by Kumu Art Museum and sponsored by Goethe Institute for Gateways: Art and Networked Culture exhibition curated by Sabine Himmelsbach from May 12 through September 25, 2011. A catalogue accompanying the exhibition is published edited by Sabine Himmelsbach (color 204 pages and 105 color illustrations)

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              • millions of years ago...


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                a neat little video by Mike and Robert

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                • Coney Island USA - PSA 2011


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                  Coney Island USA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation based in the amusement park area of the Coney Island neighborhood of Brooklyn New York at 1208 Surf Ave. In existence since 1980, Coney Island USA has developed and produces a number of different programs including some of New York City’s best loved summer programming, such as the Mermaid Parade and the Coney Island Circus Sideshow. Coney Island USA also operates the Coney Island Museum and produces Ask the Experts, Burlesque at the Beach, the Coney Island Tattoo and Motorcycle Festival, Creepshow at the Freakshow, and the Coney Island Sideshow School. Coney Island USA also produces the Coney Island Film Society and the Coney Island Film Festival in association with indiefilmpage.com. The distinct mission of Coney Island USA is to operate a multi-arts center offering museum and theater programming, thereby leading the cultural revival of a downtrodden but historic landmark neighborhood. Through an imaginative and innovative approach combining the performing and visual arts, Coney Island USA seeks to revitalize the community from which it takes its name, attracting international recognition and visitors while providing low-cost services to a mass, working class New York City audience, including the young and the old, the art and the family oriented. Coney Island USA interprets the past and experiments with the future of American popular culture and offers a growing panoply of arts events and exhibitions rooted in the traditions of P.T. Barnum, vaudeville and Coney Island itself. Video Shot and edited by Fred Kahl. Vimeo Page maintained by Rob Leddy and Fred Kahl

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                  • Shelby Museum


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                    • Lecture and Libation: A Mad Men Night with George Nelson


                      from The McNay Art Museum / Added

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                      Robert Cox, workplace strategist for Herman Miller, shares interview segments from the Herman Miller archives and explores Nelson’s impact on designers and architects.

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