From: Adam Trowbridge (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jan 23 2007 - 22:19:39 PST
I'm preparing a series of video pieces to post on YouTube to see how
There are interesting, disturbing things occurring on YouTube in
terms of personal video diaries. It's as if old usenet fights gained
a face with the web and now they happen in full motion video.
Interactive public access cable? They're entertaining but I'd like to
see some experimental film and work on YouTube, especially work that
is intended to be seen at that scale/resolution.
I had two works on Public Duck (http://publicduck.com/), a "free
video Podcast network" before it stopped updating. I wasn't sure if
anyone was watching it but I received an invitation to submit to a
video show in the Netherlands based on someone viewing a video on
that site so it had some effect.
Follow up to your question: Are people aside from Anders Weberg
( http://www.p2p-art.com/ ) and Matthew Barney (there are several
videos available, not by his choice, I believe) distributing video
work through bit torrents?
On Jan 24, 2007, at 12:32 AM, Jack Sargeant wrote:
thanks for the link.
i've just been watching them. i like the idea of making short pieces
with constraints on editing etc and using them as part of a blog...
just out of interest is anybody here using youtube and so on to
'screen' their work?
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