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== Open House | Divided Estates - Hiroshima MOCA, Japan ==
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== Play it Again! Use it Together! ==
  
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[[Open_House_Divided_Estates|Open House | Divided Estates]] will be shown at [http://www.hiroshima-moca.jp/main_e/ Hiroshima MOCA] in late 2014 as part of a video art programme curated by Yukie Kamiya.
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We're currently developing a project for exhibition at Victoria Gallery and Museum.  
  
''More info coming soon.''
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More soon ...
 
 
== Auditory Learning (working title) ==
 
 
 
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We're currently working on a film project with support from [http://www.miriad.mmu.ac.uk/ MIRIAD] and developed with support from [http://flamin.filmlondon.org.uk/showcase/assets/showcase_items/auditory_learning_working_title FLAMIN and Arts Council England]
 
 
 
Building on the pilot project [http://vimeo.com/11923601 The Brilliant and the Dark], Auditory Learning transposes tactics borrowed from commercial music video production and musical cinema to reanimate out-of-copyright music recordings (1920s to 1940s jazz, blues, folk, and music hall). Through re-enactment, lip-synching, and choreography, the film weaves together musical vignettes excavated from public domain recordings.
 
 
 
This hauntological experiment explores the politics of the beginnings of the recording industry at a time when emerging models of peer-to-peer distribution and collaborative production are urgently problematizing established notions around the authorship, ownership and distribution of culture.
 
 
 
The project will announce the release of newly copyright-expired work into the public domain and will be copyleft licensed – so, like its public domain sources remains free for distribution and reuse in the future.
 

Latest revision as of 14:58, 9 January 2018

Play it Again! Use it Together!

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We're currently developing a project for exhibition at Victoria Gallery and Museum.

More soon ...