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<nettime-ann> Jeremy Bailey Interview on the Netbehaviour email list.
marc garrett on Mon, 22 Sep 2008 23:42:47 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime-ann> Jeremy Bailey Interview on the Netbehaviour email list.

Jeremy Bailey Interview on the Netbehaviour email list
Thursday 11th - 18th Sept 08.

Join Marc Garrett and other Netbehaviourists in a dynamic discussion 
with artist Jeremy Bailey by subscribing to the mailing list 

As the opening of "The Jeremy Bailey Show" at the HTTP Gallery 
(http://www.http.uk.net) draws nearer, Jeremy Bailey will be joining the 
Netbehaviour email list to discuss his work with Marc Garrett & other 
subscribers to Netbehaviour.

The discussion will touch on Jeremy's influences and ideas about 
networked performance art, video art, software art, collaborative art, 
GUI design with reference to his artworks:-

Terraform Dance Party: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNO0l4ppgIY

VideoPaint 3.0: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIideREWJxw

SOS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLcwu3cm7y0

We will also be discussing 'WarMail', Jeremy's latest artwork which 
incorporates live, audience participation; commissioned specially for 
the exhibition and to be performed on the opening night.

"WarMail is a sort of email/war/expression hybrid interface. The premise 
goes something like this...
In the future with intergalactic war occupying such immense space (and 
birthrates at record lows) it will be impossible to both administrate 
and defend our interests across solar systems while also having time to 
get together socially, this software is the probable solution to this 
inevitable social/production/military readiness crisis. The program 
allows a group or individual to type out an email by firing missiles at 
abstract rotating pyramid clusters hovering above a blue planet 
(apparently habitable). Each hit also registers a musical note which you 
can use to compose and playback music(culture is a valuable part of any 
civilization). Herein the group's collective voice and choreography 
control the movements and actions of the spacecraft. The group's actions 
are also tracked and aided by a red avatar named "skullBot" visible at 
center." Jeremy Bailey.

HTTP Gallery - http://http.uk.net
Netbehaviour - http://netbehaviour.org
Furtherfield - http://furtherfield.org
Jeremy Bailey - http://www.jeremybailey.net
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