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A VJ is a performance artist who creates moving visual art----
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VJ_(video_performance_artist)

NAMAC fosters and fortifies the culture and business of
independent media arts.
http://www.namac.org/
http://www.namac.org/directory-of-organizations

The Media Arts Project cultivates innovative arts and technology in western North Carolina.
http://www.themap.org

Western North Carolina Media Center- Asheville Public Access Television Channel
http://www.urtv.org/

Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center
http://blackmountaincollege.org/

Rather interesting quote:
---"They [Matisse, Picasso, Derain, Herbin, Marchard and L'Hote] do not seek to imitate form, but to create form; not to imitate life, but to find and equivalent to life. By that I mean that they wish to make images which by the clearness of their logical structure, and by their closely-knit unity of texture, shall appeal to our disinterested and contemplative imagination with something of the same vividness as the things of actual life appeal to our practical activities. In fact, they aim not at illusion but at reality. The logical extreme of such a method would undoubtedly be the attempt to give up all resemblance to natural form, and to create a purely abstract language of form--a visual music...."
--Roger Fry, formalist on "Visual Music" "The French Post-Impressionists ,"
(preface to catalog for the Second Post-Impressionist exhibition, 1912),
*Vision and Design*, Pelican Books: 1937, pp. 195-196

HATCH -mentorship, education, inspiration and recognition to the next generation of creative innovators
http://www.hatchasheville.org/about.html

The Wallpaper Project : a television program showcasing the work of independent multi-media artists.
http://www.thewallpaperproject.com

moog 1953 manufacturing theremin kits and, later, modular synthesizer systems.
http://www.moogmusic.com/

Kasumi X is internationally celebrated as one the the leading innovators of a new art form synthesizing film, sound and video in live performance.
http://www.kasumivideoart.com/

We are passionate about good music and the artists who create it
http://www.musicallies.com/

Each full moon we gather from dusk until dawn to celebrate---
http://ashevillefullmoongatherings.org/

Better Ventures is our cultural centrifuge
http://www.betterventures.net/index.html

Located in a 1920s church, Echo Mountain blends vintage and state of the art equipment to create the optimum studio experience.
http://www.echomountain.net/

The iotaCenter is a public benefit arts organization devoted to Abstract Cinema and Visual Music.
http://www.iotacenter.org/

hi-beam an online magazine for experimental cinema
http://www.hi-beam.net/org/showindex.html
http://www.hi-beam.net/cgi-bin/flicker.pl

Documentation and conservation of the media arts heritage http://www.docam.ca/en.html

Remix Theory is an online resource by Eduardo Navas that offers some of his research on Remix.
http://remixtheory.net/

Video Scratching on M-M-Macs by Leander Kahney 07.12.02
http://www.wired.com/gadgets/mac/commentary/cultofmac/2002/07/53807

Tape Projects is a collective of young and emerging artists who champion provocative, temporal, audio-visual works and site-specific performances by our peers in and around Melbourne.
http://www.tapeprojects.org/

Found Sound: The Experimental Instrument Project is a series of musical and sound art events featuring experimental instruments designed and built by Australian artists and musicians.
http://www.foundsoundproject.blogspot.com/

Social media Guide
http://mashable.com/

image bookmarking
http://ffffound.com/

Douglas Rushkoff
http://rushkoff.com/

Frank Nack
http://fnack.wordpress.com/publications/

Marc Davis
http://garage.sims.berkeley.edu/marc.cfm

Charlie Rose
http://www.charlierose.com/

Bill Moyers
http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/index-flash.html
http://www.pbs.org/moyers/moyersonamerica/net/neutrality.html

We Are the Web Issue 13.08 - August 2005 By Kevin Kelly
http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/13.08/tech.html

Save the Internet coalition is more than a million everyday people who have banded together with thousands of non-profit organizations, businesses and bloggers to protect Internet freedom
http://www.savetheinternet.com/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWt0XUocViE

Tim Berners-Lee (M.I.T.), father of the World Wide Web...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jev2Um-4_TQ

Unto us the Machine is Born
Originaly published in Wired-By Kevin Kelly, November 15, 2005
---our questions program the Machine to answer questions.
We think we are merely wasting time when we surf mindlessly or blog an item, but each time we click a link we strengthen a node somewhere in the Web OS, thereby programming the Machine by using it. What will most surprise us is how dependent we will be on what the Machine knows - about us and about what we want to know. We already find it easier to Google something a second or third time rather than remember it ourselves. The more we teach this megacomputer, the more it will assume responsibility for our knowing. It will become our memory. Then it will become our identity.
In 2015 many people, when divorced from the Machine, won't feel like themselves -
as if they'd had a lobotomy.
http://www.kk.org/

A video called Web 2.0 The Machine is Us/ing Us”
The Machine is Us/ing Us takes us from pencil to web 2.0 : created by Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University:
http://nate.koechley.com/blog/2007/02/03/teaching-the-machine/

A rave legend
http://skylab2000.com/bio.php

DJ Mr The Best
http://www.myspace.com/djmrthebest

NIN
http://www.nin.com/

A live remix of the 2008 Presidential debates by Sosolimited
http://www.reconstitution2008.com/

The idea of the project was born when Lorenzo Fonda realized that he was
such a big fan of Blus art that he felt everyone should know about it---
http://www.megunica.org/

See also:
: List of video artists
: Video synthesizer
: Experimental film
: INFERMENTAL
: New media art
: Glitch Art : Interactive film
: Optical feedback
: Video jockey
: VJ (video performance artist)
: Music visualization
: Scratch Video
: Visual Music
: Real-time computer graphics
: Video poetry
: Video sculpture
: Tempography
: Thesis on video

Currently, the internet presents a highly disorganized collage of information.
Many of us are working in an information-soaked world. There is too much of everything. We are subject everywhere to a sensory overload of images, bombarded with information; in magazines and advertisements, on TV, radio, in the cityscape.
The internet is a wonderful communication tool, but day after day we find ourselves constantly dealing with information overload. Today, the internet presents a new challenge, the wide and unregulated distribution of information requires new visual paradigms to organize, simplify and analyze large amounts of data.
New user interface challenges are arising to deal with all that overwhelming quantity of information.
http://marumushi.com/projects/newsmap

The term New Media Art is generally applied to disciplines such as:
: Artistic computer game modification
: Ascii Art
: Bio Art
: Computer art
: Digital art
: Digital poetry
: Tradigital art
: Electronic art
: Evolutionary art
: Generative art
: Glitch Art
: Hacktivism
: Hypertext
: Information art
: Interactive art
: Internet art
: Net art
: Performance art
: Radio art
: Robotic art
: Software art
: Sound art
: Systems art
: Telematic art
: Video art
: Virtual art

List of video art organizations:
* Electronic Arts Intermix, New York, NY
* Videoart.net, New York, NY
* V tape, Toronto, Canada
* Video Data Bank, Chicago, IL.
* The Experimental Television Center, New York
* LA Freewaves is an experimental media art festival in Los Angeles
* Lumen Eclipse - Harvard Square, MA
* LUX, London, England
* n.b.k.Videoforum, Berlin, Germany
* Perpetual art machine, New York
* Raindance Foundation, New York
* Impakt Festival, Utrecht
* Videotage video and new media art Founded in 1986, Hong Kong
* MADATAC Festival, Madrid, Spain

828Noise
Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, your circuit-bending djs, electronic industrial post-punk glam metalheads, your country/western pirate blues, your prog emo raga, your classical jazz crusties, your experimental ska post avant garde funk rockers, your shoe gazing Tibeten throat singers, your math prog incidental orchestrations, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. The ambient sculpture painting architects of performance art. Detonograpers & photographers. Fictitious biographers. Indie filmakers, modern space laminators, interdimensional decorators. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door.------
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/828noise/

Venues for Experimental Film and Video Showcases:
Eastern USA
* Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh, PA)
* Anthology Film Archives (New York City)
* Balagan Experimental Film/Video Series (Boston, Massachusetts)
* Berks (Reading, Pennsylvania)
* Cine Salon (Hanover, New Hampshire)
* Cleveland Cinematheque (Cleveland, Ohio)
* Eyedrum (Atlanta, Georgia)
* Hallwalls (Buffalo, New York)
* Harvard Film Archive (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
* Jefferson Presents (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
* The Kitchen (New York City)
* The Knitting Factory (New York City)
* La Vista Downtown Cinema Club (New York City)
* Light Industry (Brooklyn, New York)
* Mass Art Film Society (Boston, Massachusetts)
* Mass Experiment (Boston, Massachusetts)
* Millennium Film Workshop (New York City)
* Moviate (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
* Museum of Modern Art (New York City)
* Ocularis (Brooklyn, New York)
* Pioneer Theater (New York City)
* Pittsburgh Filmmakers (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
* Pratt Film Series (New York City)
* Prince Music Theater (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
* Robert Beck Memorial Cinema (New York City)
* Rooftop Films (New York City)
* Rutgers Film Co-op (New Jersey)
* SnackOnArt (New York)
* Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, New York)
* Subterranean Cinema (Jacksonville, Florida)
* UnionDocs (Williamsburg, New York)
* Video Lounge (New York City)
* Whitney Museum of American Art (New York City)

Western USA
* 40 Frames (Portland, Oregon)
* 911 Media Arts Center (Seattle, Washington)
* Artists' Television Access (San Francisco, California)
* Art Office (Los Angeles, California)
* Basement Films (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
* Center for Visual Music (Los Angeles, California)
* Charm Bracelet (Portland, Oregon)
* Cinema Project (Portland, Oregon)
* ciné16 (San Jose, California)
* DIVA Center (Eugene, Oregon)
* Echo Park Film Center (Los Angeles)
* Film and Video Center at UC-Irvine (Irvine, California)
* Film Arts Foundation (San Francisco, California)
* filmforum (Los Angeles, California)
* Mustache Cinema (San Francisco, California)
* Northwest Film Center (Portland, Oregon)
* Other Cinema (San Francisco, California)
* Olympia Film Society (Olympia, Washington)
* Pacific Film Archive (Berkeley, California)
* Peripheral Produce/Rodeo Films (Portland, Oregon)
* Redcat (Los Angeles, California)
* San Francisco Cinematheque (San Francisco, California)
* Seattle Independent Film and Video Consortium
* stop-and-pause (Portland, Oregon)
* UCLA Film & Television Archive (Los Angeles, California)
* The Werepad (San Francisco, California)

Central USA
* Bluish Barn (Ann Arbor, Michigan)
* Chicago Filmmakers (Chicago, Illinois)
* Detroit Film Center (Detroit, Michigan)
* First Person Cinema (Boulder, Colorado)
* Heaven Gallery (Chicago, Illinois)
* Starlight Cinema (Madison, Wisconsin)
* Undercinema (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
* University of Wisconsin Cinematheque (Madison, Wisconsin)
* Wexner Center for the Arts (Columbus, Ohio)
* White Light Cinema (Chicago, Illinois)

Southern USA
* Aurora Picture Show (Houston, Texas)
* Blue Screen (Austin, TX)
* Eyedrum (Atlanta, Georgia)
* Flicker Film Festival (Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
* Glitter Films (Raleigh, North Carolina)
* MINI-CINE (Shreveport, Louisiana)
* Video Association of Dallas (Dallas, Texas)
* Zeitgeist Theater Experiments (New Orleans, Lousiana)

Canada
* Blinding Light (Vancouver, British Columbia)
* Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (Calgary, Alberta)
* Cinematheque Ontario (Toronto, Ontario)
* Pacific Cinémathèque (Vancouver, British Columbia)
* Pleasure Dome (Toronto, Ontario)

Europe * Babylon-Mitte (Berlin, Germany)
* The Centre for Contemporary Art (Warsaw, Poland)
* Centre Pompidou (Paris, France)
* Cine Fantom (Moscow, Russia)
* Cinémathèque Française (Paris, France)
* Exploding Cinema (London, England)
* ExplodingCinema (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
* Filmgruppe Chaos (Kiel, Germany)
* Lux Centre for Film, Video and Digital Arts (London, England)
* Nova Cinema (Brussels, Belgium)
* Pompidou Center's Cinema du Musee (Paris)
* Scratch Projections (Paris, France)

South America
* Haciendo Cine (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Asia/Japan
* Diagonal Film Archive (Seoul, South Korea)
* Eiga Arts (Saga City, Kyushu, Japan)
* Image Forum (Tokyo; Japanese only)

Australia
* Experimenta (Melbourne)
* Moving Image Coalition (Melbourne)
* Otherfilm (Brisbane)
* Side On Cafe (Sidney)
http://horsebazaar.com.au/

In 2004 and 2005 a British dance music culture magazine
"DJ Mag" has listed the world top 20 VJs as voted for by its readers.
The 2005 list follows :
1. Hexstatic
2. Addictive TV
3. Eclectic Method
4. The Light Surgeons
5. VJ Anyone
6. VJ Culture
7. Coldcut
8. VJamm Allstars
9. Yeastculture
10. V Squared Labs
11. Shinji Murakoshi
12. D-Fuse
13. Youreye
14. Micha Klein
15. Holly Daggers
16. Punkvert
17. AlexEtJeremy
18. Fritz Fitzke
19. Lovemushroom
20. Inside-Us-All

Other Video Synthesizers:
* Vasulka
* Spectron - Analog-Digital hybrid, Richard Monkhouse - EMS.
* Videokalos Video Synthesizer
* Image Articulator (Vasulka, Schier, Dosch) real time digital data ops by S181 addressing by AMD2901
* Kangaroo Giant Box
* Fluidigeo
* Recollections ( Ed Tannenbaum ) (http://www.et-arts.com/reco.htm)
* Spectre/Spectron (Richard Monkhouse, Electronic Music Studios UK)
* Video Toaster for Amiga Computer
* Edirol CG-8
* Atari Video Music
* Milkymist (http://www.milkymist.org)

columbus ohio art folks more or less info @
www.28windows.org
www.theshelf.org

Asheville NC Press:
The Asheville Citizen-Times
The Mountain Xpress
Rapid River
Asheville Global Report
asheville radio
WNCW 88.7 FM Spindale, NC
WCQS 88.1 FM Asheville, NC
WPVM 103.5 FM Asheville, NC
The Blue Echo UNCA Asheville, NC

Asheville NC River District Organizations:
http://www.riverlink.org/
http://www.riverdistrictartists.com/
http://www.riverartsdistrict.com/
http://www.philmechanicstudios.com/
http://www.cottonmillstudiosnc.com/

links to relevant info for the curious and uninitiated:
http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2009/04/lumenlabs_micrro_demo.html
http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2009/03/the_micro_cnc_from_lumenlab.html?CMP=OTC-0D6B48984890
http://blog.thingiverse.com/
http://replicatorinc.com/blog/
http://blog.ponoko.com/

live asheville video cam
http://www.ashevillelivecam.com/

proper citation
http://www.plagiarism.org/learning_center/how_to_cite_sources.html

30 Unforgettable Movie Opening Sequences tille
http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/12/19/30-unforgettable-movie-title-sequences/

finders:
http://www.foundshit.com/




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URTV
: media/medium_ Ashevilles' own Public Access TV station
: website_ www.urtv.org
: tele_ 828.255.8848







The Progressive Voice of the Mountains
: media/medium_ WPVM is a low-power FM radio station broacasting in Asheville, NC and globally via the Internet : dedicated to increasing citizen access to the media and the public sphere.
: website_ www.wpvm.org
: tele_ 828.258.0085







Go Asheville dotcom
: media/medium_ online directory for the greater Asheville area
: website_ www.goasheville.com
: email_ inform@goasheville.com







The Blue Echo
: media/medium_ UNC Asheville's Internet Radio Station
: website_ www.theblueecho.com
: profile_ www.myspace.com/theblueecho







Bo Bo Gallery
: media/medium_ small club music and dance environment with cutting edge underground art gallery
: website_ www.bobogallery.com
: email_ info@bobogallery.com
: tele_ 828.254.3426







Joli Rouge
: media/medium_ nightclub and lounge
"We're not a goth club. We're a geek club."
: contact_ jolirougebooking@gmail.com
: profile_ www.myspace.com/jolirouge





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