RE/Mixed Media Festival Schedule

    • November 10, 2012
      • 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree-Mimosa ReceptionGet to the festival early, mingle with the artists and staff, and enjoy a free mimosa or three.
      • 11:00 am - 12:00 pmKeynote: The Framework of Culture, Remix, and LiteratureEduardo Navas will discuss his research on how the recycling of material, as currently understood in terms of remix, is at play in literary practice in relation to a feedback loop which forms The Framework of Culture.
        Read More
        Lower Stage
      • 12:15 pm - 1:00 pmVideo Screening: Remix in AmericaA screening of the best American videos we've found that utilize remixing technolgies and creative appropriation.
        Films: Mickey Mouse Discovers the Government Cartoon Conspiracy, Little Red Riding Hood, RIP Geocities, Frankie, Radioactive City.
        Lower Stage
      • 1:00 pm - 1:40 pmOpen Session: International RemixDr. Nitin Sawhney and Eduardo Navas will be joined by artists from outside of the US to discuss the state of the global free culture movement, and how copyright laws, remix, and sharing are affecting culture, politics and economics around the world.
        Upper Stage
      • 1:15 pm - 2:00 pmAuthoritarian Idol 2012Maxx Klaxon’s AUTHORITARIAN IDOL 2012 is a multimedia mashup of pop, politics, and performance art, remixing the words and images of presidential candidates and exploring the collision of democracy and media spectacle.
        Read More
        Lower Stage
      • 2:00 pm - 2:40 pmPanel Discussion: Remixing the Fan ExperienceThis panel will discuss how we can incorporate old concepts, like waiting in line at the record store the day of an album’s release, with new technologies, like social networking. We’ll also cover the Kickstarter ideology, whether or not fan funding is a viable option for the majority of artists, and how this alters the artist-fan relationship.
        Read More
        Upper Stage
      • 2:00 pm - 2:50 pmVideo Screening: International RemixThe best videos submitted to us this year from remix artists around the world.
        Films:Glued, Exeunte, Joan in the Rain, Inaudible Fragment, Recycle Reuse Remix, Coffee & Cigarettes: Jack Shows Mega His Tesla Coil, Machinima: Go West.
        Lower Stage
      • 3:00 pm - 3:30 pmWhere Classics and Cartoons CollideComic book artist R. Sikoryak will present a reading and slide show from his book, Masterpiece Comics (Drawn and Quarterly), “Where Classics and Cartoons Collide”. His comics adapt literary classics in the styles of famous cartoons. He will also perform one of his live action paintings.
        Read More
        Upper Stage
      • 3:00 pm - 3:40 pmReVerse Bullets - "Drapetomania!"The debut DVD/CD and live performance ʺDrapetomania!ʺ by ReVerse Bullets is an interweaving audiovisual suite of seven video-songs representative of modern institutions used to control the illusion of existence.
        Read More
        Lower Stage
      • 3:45 pm - 4:30 pmPanel Discussion: "Remix in Literature"Panel Discussion with Jonathan Ames, Eduardo Navas, Ed Champion, and McKenzie Wark A remix in literature can be as simple as an alternative version of a text or as complex as cut-ups, literary collages, or multimedia retellings of literary works. No matter what you call it, remix in literature has a history as long as that of literature itself.
        Read More
        Upper Stage
      • 4:00 pm - 4:50 pmVideo Screening: The Best of MAshRomeThe MAshRome Film Festival is the first Italian festival dedicated entirely to mashup. It’s aim is to discover new filmmakers who, through remix and experimentation with genres and styles, discover new trends of contemporary artistic expression.
        Films:Alice in Popland, The Week - A Remix in Seven Chapters, Cabbagemincer, Retrocognition
        Read More
        Lower Stage
      • 4:45 pm - 5:45 pmShut Up, Emily DickinsonShut Up, Emily Dickinson”, a new play by Tanya O’Debra with original music by Andrew Mauriello, is a serious comedy about loneliness, mental illness and perception.
        Read More
        Upper Stage
      • 5:00 pm - 5:30 pmS.T.D.S.T.D. is a new super-group featuring Cecil Sinclair (S), Jason Trachtenburg (T), and Matt Dallow (D) – a revolutionary, multi-media, educational film-strip, musical comedy extravaganza.
        Read More
        Lower Stage
      • 5:30 pm - 6:15 pmTessa Makes LoveTessa Makes Love is a NYC band fronted by Russian-born, classically trained pianist and singer Tessa Lena who at one time FBI thought was Russian spy. She will be performing an historic collaboration with Ian McDonald of King Crimson & Foreigner.
        Read More
        Lower Stage
      • 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm30,000 KiloHertz of SoundComedians use found audio clips as inspiration to create a montage of improvised scenes. Available on iTunes, it’s radio theater for the 21st century.
        Read More
        Upper Stage
      • 6:30 pm - 7:15 pmAdriano Clemente & Ana Lola Roman: "Proposal Meta-Born-Birth"Starting out as human, to advanced human, to non-human, born from sound into frequency. After the birth occurs, the figure is entrenched in technology, expanding itself with detached enlightenment. But the results of over-progress and modernity are seen in the figure as it detaches itself from reality.
        Read More
        Lower Stage
      • 7:00 pm - 7:45 pmEcstatic CoronaEcstatic Corona is a visual, sound multimedia installation using a remix of field recordings and electronic sounds, spoken words and dance to bring Corona to others as an icon of those places created by various forces to bear more violence, more hatred and perhaps more love than other places do.
        Read More
        Upper Stage
      • 8:00 pm - 9:00 pmSan Francisco Mixtape SocietyThe San Francisco Mixtape Society is an event dedicated to the friendly art of making and exchanging music mixes. Everyone is invited to assemble a mix tape, mix CD or mix USB stick according to the theme. The mixes are traded over the course of the day through a spirited raffle. The best mixtapes, as selected by the audience, win prizes. The event is open to the public and everyone who brings a music mix will leave the event with a mix made by someone else. The theme for the RE/Mixed Media Festival event will be Mix n’ Mash.
        Read More
        Upper Stage
      • 8:00 pm - 8:45 pmArchet-Hip-Hop: The Greek Theatre in RemixThe Greek Theatre Meets Contemporary Arts: theatre, cinema, music, and dance mixed all together on the same stage, to give life to a new language. A remix of Pasolini's Medea with music by Ryuichi Sakamoto and live dancers.
        Read More
        Lower Stage
      • 9:00 pm - 10:00 pmLive DJ Remix Dance Battle / Dance PartyTwo DJ's battle it out for title of Remix Master, as you all get down on it, shake your groove thing, and celebrate the end of RE/Mixed Media 2012 with dancing, drinks, and good times. Sponsored by BBOX Radio, who will be broadcasting the event live to 89 countries.
        Lower Stage

    Ongoing Exhibits:

    • ♡ ♥ Blinking Girls ♥ ♡

      ♡ ♥ Blinking Girls ♥ ♡ 

      Upper Level. A gaming-structure that constructs itself by occupying different spaces, streets, galleries & more. Also, via some specific blinking interactions. The project constructs itself in real-time, according to its environment.

      Read more... 

    • Mark Street - Lightbox Collages

      Mark Street – Lightbox Collages 

      Cafe: These lightbox collages use an array of translucent materials– 35mm film, old filmstrips, hand painted slides, photographs printed as slides. Images are cut and glued in various combinations in an attempt to shadow proto cinematic investigations.

      Read more... 

    • Biutifool Beastard

      Biutifool Beastard 

      Cafe Biutifool Beastard is a Bmx pirate and a visual mash up artist restyling and remixing the works of the Great Masters of history of art.

      Read more... 

    • QR.TV

      QR.TV 

      Upper Level Entering the shrine we stand in front of an iconoclastic totem of cosmic marketisation: an anachronistic stack of five cathode ray tube TV sets, representing the five elements that constitute the classical taxonomy of the cosmos.

      Read more... 

    • A People to Come

      A People to Come 

      Cafe Artistic Performance, Amateur Boxing, and “A People to Come” is a 20-minute documentary that combines original and sourced footage, artwork, art theory, and amateur boxing.

      Read more... 

    • User-generated Content Analysis Series

      User-generated Content Analysis Series 

      Cafe This video series assumes the naïve perspective of a future academic who tries to make sense and contextualize contemporary and historical human practices of cosmetics and fashion, treating YouTube videos or Flickr images as anthropological research data.

      Read more... 

    • Gremlin Warning

      Gremlin Warning 

      Throughout This short audio/visual announcement reminds audiences to turn off their mobile devices in a nontraditional manner. It playfully reframes this tired old plea for public courtesy within a research narrative about “gremlins,” or sonic artifacts produced by electromagnetic activity.

      Read more... 

    • Lambeaux

      Lambeaux 

      the television stream is taken as raw material, a material lacerated by a process of motion capture which extract in real time all the pixel that have changed during the broadcast. Those fragments are captured and recast, in a spatial-temporal way, on a twenty-four images loop.

      Read more... 

  • Sign up for our mailing list.

     

AWSOM Powered