[NetBehaviour] Nowhere to Run
marc.garrett2 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 28 10:02:06 CEST 2020
Thanks for sharing this - I visited, and it looks rich and the legs
wiggling add humour -- however, i will look go back later today and
expl;ore it all properly, after writing :-)
On Mon, 27 Apr 2020 at 10:57, Danielle Imara via NetBehaviour
<netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> I was very happy to see my looped lockdown video series Nowhere to Run published by Live Art Club Online alongside some fascinating work on the lockdown/isolation theme. I shared a small taste of this work with you, and now here it is in context with itself and other items.
> Someone here on netbehaviour said they liked the bath legs best. How do people navigate searching for past posts on here? Past comments remembered but not who made them? And of course not the exact wording, which would help in a search. Do I just let it go because it doesn't matter who says what as it's all just information? Anyway, I wanted to say, that the Live Art Club online seems to have felt the same as whoever said they liked the bath legs better, because they posted them twice.
> On some devices all the videos can run simultaneously and to see all the lockdown legs wiggling simultaneously it a source of great satisfaction to me.
> I hope this sounds intriguing not simply bizarre. Here is the link: https://liveart.club/April
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