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FOUR WORKSHOPS NEW MEDIA - Brussels
Calendar Event: June 5, 2004
INFO DAY FOUR WORKSHOPS NEW MEDIA
Vzw CARGO asbl and iMAL invite you at the info day of the Four Workshops
New Media on
Saturday the 5th of June from 14h till 17h
in the office of iMal in Centre Dansaert, Aalststraat 7, 1000 Brussels
The info day introduces candidate-participants into the four workshops
new media, organised by CARGO with the support of VAF, Vlaams
The workshops present a special context of methods, tools and practices,
which stimulate making media in networked environments (web, tools,
interactive installations, modules, game-structures en weblog/cam
community platforms). Treated subjects are multimedia, video, audio, web
(all-in), wireless computing and communication, surveillance. Each
workshop takes 5 days during the month September in Oostende (Belgium).
More info about the workshops and mentors on www.cargoweb.org/forum
Registration on www.becoming.be/workshopform.php
- Presentation and demo of the new webtool www.becoming.be by Dominique
Callewaert (also online from the 5th of June).
- Explanatory remarks on the general intent of the four workshops.
- Introduction into the four workshops by the mentors (Nicolas Malevé,
Stefaan Decostere, Bart Goossens, Jeroen Peys, Yves Bernard en Jensen
- Discussion with the mentors; questions, suggestions and remarks.
Description of the 4 workshops:
WORKSHOP 1 : OPEN CONTENT
What we hope to find with www.becoming.be, is not just new prototypes
for making media online, but essentially a tool, with which we can
contribute better and more actively and creatively to already existing
systems, around which fellowships are being formed. Open content is
essentially about creation and close communication, in environments of
Your mentor : Nicolas Malevé.
Please try this context : www.becoming.be
WORKSHOP 2 : MEDIACREATION IN NETWORK CONTEXT
We think that the strength of having an audiovisual work on the Web does
not come out of a well designed and accessible presentation of the final
(eventually streamed) result, but out of online prototypes, that offer
entries for visitors to get into the ways and procedures that finally
resulted in the final work.
More mentors : Stefaan Decostere, Bart Goossens and Jeroen Peys.
Invest this context : mEYEtime, as site and as surveillance (game)
WORKSHOP 3 : NARRATIVE STRUCTURES IN RICH INTERACTIVE ENVIRONMENTS
The latest technological tools (sms/gsm, wireless
computing/communication) point to the development of new types of
interactions in an enhanced media and network environment. This is the
context for the development of innovative playgrounds which explore new
patterns for sharing content, for exchanging experiences and practices,
and for interacting together. What type of scenarios, how to create
dynamic interactions triggering "interesting" behaviors and exchanges,
how to design system of rules for these specific worlds embedded in the
Your mentor : Yves Bernard.
Develop this context : mEYEtime, extended with interactive modules.
WORKSHOP 4 : ENHANCED TV
Imagine a world where there are two kinds of media power : one comes
through media concentration, where any message gets authority simply by
being broadcast on network television; the other comes through
grass-roots intermediaries, where a message gains visibility only if it
is deemed relevant to loose network of diverse publics. Broadcasting
will place issues on the national agenda; bloggers will reframe those
issues for different publics.
Your mentor : Jensen Dehaes.
Challenge the context : local tv, radio, docside CANVAS (with some
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