From: Jason Simon (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Oct 06 2010 - 06:38:36 PDT
> I also found out about the Pat O'Neill discs only now through this list, and
> was thrilled to be able to purchase them. While the difference between owning
> a DVD and attending a screening may be closer than it appears, I am most
> curious about how direct sales DVD distribution through artist managed web
> sites compares to traditional distribution through the non-profits, taking
> into account their services provided versus the labor of daily handling of
> one¹s own material. Can anyone with both experiences speak to this evolution
> in material terms? Has their net income from their own work gone up or down,
> likewise their audience building?
> and by not buying the disc and watching the film anyway you aren't
> consuming it? How exactly?
> On 6 October 2010 10:59, luther blissett <email suppressed> wrote:
>>> >> At 10/2/2010, Aaron F. Ross wrote:
>>> >> <The idea that I can *OWN* a DVD of experimental film from an
>>> >> artist is kind of revolutionary. >
>> > Spoken like a true consumer.
>> > The project is complete.
>> > Long live the revolution!
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