In class on 9/20 we broke up into partners to conduct interviews with each other.
Each student was asked to generate 5-8 questions to ask a fellow artist partner about their current work. The answers were recorded by the interviewer and then given back to the interviewees.
The interviewees become aware of their spoken word when placed in a direct question interview format.
Please add your comments below to the following questions –
What was the most helpful aspect of the interview process?
What did you discover about your spoken reactions after reviewing them in a written format?
How did this exercise impact your writing after the experiment? Did you apply this to your midterm artist statement? Have you been developing your thesis structure via this experience?
Share any other related reactions from the experience here in the comments section below.
Submit your 1 paragraph Midterm Artist Statement in the comments section below.
Remix Fairness, A Closer Look.
My friend and colleague Michael Branson Smith shared this great piece with our CT101 class this past week – Its very timely and speaks to artists of all kinds – “Andy Baio is a software developer for Kickstarter writes and speaks about his experience being sued by a photographer and is forced to settle and pay thousands of dollars. This is despite the fact he believes the law is on his side and so does his pro-bono counsel the EFF.”
Questions to address in the comments section below ::
- What did think about the presentation?
2. How has this presentation solidified or changed your point of view or awareness on the subject of remix and reuse culture?
3. How does this information effect the way you may or may not promote yourself as an artist on the web?
( Make sure that you read Andy’s blog post here as well -> writes <- )