Re: penquins

From: jarrod whaley. (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Mar 04 2006 - 15:50:36 PST

> The two things I would possibly suggest considering are 1. that I find
> "video" way too amorphous a description and 2. I'm NOT convinced mass
> propagation of certain kinds of Experimental work _will_ lead to
> significantly larger *seriously attentive* audiences.
> Yes I think the audience can and should be expanded (why not ?) but
> sheer numbers of "impressions" as they say in the ad world don't
> correlate to the kind of maker / audience interaction we're talking
> about.
> -Sam
Sure, the term "video" encompasses a lot of things. I'm referring to all
those things, thus I'm comfortable with the term.

As for your second point, I'd say there's only one way to find out.
Transferring work to what is demonstrably a more accessible format is
certainly not going to hurt.

-->jarrod whaley.
filmmaker. videographer.
web designer. educator.

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