THE I.D.E.A. SPACE presents A PROJECT BY PATRIZIA HERMINJARD
The (R)EVOLUTION Experiment
How does a digital work evolve through successive generations of collaboration
by a community of participants? (R)evolution is an experiment in which an
original film work is mashed-up creating a new generation of work from which
successive generation can be created. The experiment will culminate with an
installation of selected works exhibited at the Colorado College Edith Kinney
Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center.
Participants may mash-up the original work by adding or subtracting digital
media using open-source or original film/audio material they have created.
Mashed-up videos can reference any theme. Copyrighted materials should not
The dance for films for (r)evolution were created as part of the DA 325 Dance
and Digital Technology class taught by Patrizia Herminjard during block 8 of 2009.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
1. View movie(s) below.
2. Download movie(s) you want to mash-up by clicking on their respective links.
3. Once your mash-up is created upload it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84zWArVHN0Q
by clicking on “Post A Video Response” and then select “Upload a Video”.
In order to post a Video Response, you must have a YouTube account.
The deadline for all video uploads is March 22, 2010 (the first day of Block 7).
Deadline has been extended to Fall, 2010. Check back for more details.
4. Check back here to see your film under the first generation films
section entitled Second Generation Films.
5. Selected films will be presented in the Cornerstone Screening Room on
April 30th at 7:30pm. Visit the final Installation during Block 8, April 19th-
May 17th, 2010 in the Cornerstone Arts Center (main space) featuring selected
Films will be presented in the Fall of 2010. Check back for more details.
Notification of acceptance into the Installation will be sent to your YouTube account inbox.