Active members include: Idea Cyclone (Jeremy Owen Turner, Canada), Slizello (Liz Solo, Canada), NamJunePaik Man (Joseph Delappe, USA), Argon Flux (Patrick Lichty, USA), The Underliner (Ben Unterman, Canada), Pyegirl (Pyewacket Kazyanenko, Australia), and Kai Steamer (Colombia).
There are many other members worldwide (visit our Facebook group for more details - http://www.facebook.com/groups/344213862275316).
Performing Pauline Oliveros/Free Noyse’s “Hello Vancouver” with the Avatar Orchestra Metaverse and Real Life players. This performance was part of a series of demonstrations at the New Music Network in Montreal.
Roles 4 Women Theatre Company is proud to present the first show of its inaugural season - Liz Solo‘s multi-reality performance piece “InWorld”, live at the LSPU Hall Second Space,Thursday November 24 to Sunday November 27 at 8:30 PM.
A stand up comedienne has given up “the life” and taken to gaming full time. She now lives alone with her puppets and spends her days reliving old comedy routines and leveling her Frost Mage. Merging large-scale projection with live action, video and sound, InWorld is a multi-dimensional exploration of online media culture.
Been having some fun today with IO Graphica – a cool little program I found on the Internet that follows your daily mouse movements and turns them into modern art. It was created by Moscow designer Anatoly Zenkof. You can download the program free Here.
I thought it would be interesting to compare the images generated based on what tasks I was doing. The program is making the images across my two computer screens.
Here is the IOGraphica image of me doing administrative tasks and web updating:Here is the image generated by playing World of Warcraft:
Recently, in solidarity with OWS, I met up with associates in Blue Mars Lite to find and occupy Wall Street virtually. The event was organized by my friends Jeremy O. Turner and Jacquelene Drinkall.
Blue Mars Lite uses Google Street View as its interface. So your avatar can walk around the streets of the world. The group met up at a NYC landmark and then started trying to find our way to Wall Street. There was so much traffic, though, that things got confusing and we were lost for a little while.Luckily we found the Wall Street bus! We occupied that for awhile on the way.