A guy called Lance has a huge collection on You Tube of some of his fav dark mood party mixes. He seems to be a prolific DJ, and definitely posts some interesting images of women posed in a fashion, that would have many call them sexist. Some are just art!
Seeing Sound is an informal practice-led symposium exploring multimedia work which foregrounds the relationship between sound and image. It explores areas such as visual music, abstract cinema, experimental animation, audiovisual performance and installation practice through paper sessions, screenings, performances and installations. The organising committee is calling for submissions of papers, fixed media works and performance works and are looking for imaginative proposals for the MediaWall and atrium space of the new Commons building.
Seeing Sound 4 will take place at Bath Spa over the 9th and 10th of April 2016. It represents a move away from the winter months, and a physical move also – although still hosted on our idyllic Newton Park campus, the event will be hosted in our new state-of-the art Commons building. We will make full use of the two-storey Med
iaWall that stands at its centre in a programme which foregrounds video synthesis and expanded cinema.
It has taken over our lives and permeates every moment. It even has its own week.
And it’s the annual occurrence of Internet Week that made us think– have we become addicted to the internet? And if we have, what would happen if 5 digital natives were forced to go cold turkey for a week? Would it be reminiscent of a scene from Trainspotting? Or would they regress to some kind of IRL utopia?
We followed these five internet addicts around for a week. This is the result.