Micro Project #1: Experiment in Social Broadcasting

By: Randall Packer |

The Facebook Live Video Wall Our first micro-project explores social broadcasting as the organization of distributed media flows, spaces, locations, images, and sound aggregated in the immediacy and simultaneity of the broadcast. As an in-class assignment, each student will broadcast via Facebook LIve to the OSS Facebook Group Page and their feeds will be aggregated in… Read more »

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Micro-Project #2: Tele-Stroll

By: Randall Packer |

Tele-Stroll: a walk, talk and sharing of two spaces in two disparate locations This project is intended as an exercise in strong social broadcasting coordination, or what we can call “co-broadcasting,” in which two broadcasters occupy both halves of a split screen in Facebook Live. In Tele-Stroll, pairs of artist-broadcasters will work with synchronized coordination to initiate collective… Read more »

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Final Project – On Location Performance

By: Randall Packer |

On Location Performance is our class final project inspired by the work of Blast Theory, the UK-based performance group that creates interactive performances that engage the public in site-specific locations. With Singapore as our stage, the public as participatory viewers, our mobile video devices in hand, student groups will create performance works that blur the… Read more »

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