[NetBehaviour] Mobilise/Demobilise video and new UpStage platform, Stuttgart winter film festival

Suzon Fuks suzonfuks at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 11:20:14 UTC 2022


Great! Thank Helen for the info...  I remember last year was great to see
the presentations of some of the festival participants, including the
advancement of UpStage.

I wish all Netbehaviour people peace, love, joy, creativity, health.... I
read you, even though i am not very verbal here :)

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> From: Helen Varley Jamieson <helen at creative-catalyst.com>
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> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] Mobilise/Demobilise video and new UpStage
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> thanks ruth! :)
>
> anyone who is interested to hear more about Mobilise/Demobilise & get a
> hands-on intro to the new UpStage, we are giving a talk & workshop (both
> online) at the stuttgarter filmwinter on sunday 16 january. the talk is
> 11am CET (90m) and the workshop is at 13:00 CET (also 90m). all the
> filmwinter events are free & accessible online (& the programme is
> usually super interesting, so check it out) but you do need to register
> if you want to attend the workshop.
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> talk:
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> https://filmwinter.de/programm/next-moves-upstage-and-mobilisedemobilise-presentation-artist-talk
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> workshop:
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> https://filmwinter.de/programm/upstage-moves-how-use-upstage-live-online-performances
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> it would be great to see some netbehaviourists there.
>
> happy new year everyone,
>
> h : )
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> On 31.12.21 12:23, Ruth Catlow via NetBehaviour wrote:
> > Yes!?
> > This is so inspiring Helen.
> > Upstage is such a crazily ambitious project - allowing social and
> > artistic motivations to shape a collaboration platform. Absolutely
> > love it!
> > I also love the way you use cyberformance to bridge people's actions
> > online and in physical spaces in order to think, feel and act on
> > climate change.
> >
> > Thanks for the creative energy injection.
> >
> > x
> > Ruth
> >
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> > On Wed, Dec 22, 2021 at 9:58 AM Helen Varley Jamieson
> > <helen at creative-catalyst.com <mailto:helen at creative-catalyst.com>>
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> >     dear netbehaviourists,
> >
> >     as we come to the end of another weird and wonderful year, i would
> >     like to share with you the results of my current collaboration,
> >     Mobilise/Demobilise.
> >
> >     we have just released the video documentation from the festival in
> >     october, which also launched the rebuilt UpStage platform. the
> >     video has been edited by suzon fuks :) three cyberformances were
> >     presented at the festival: "go go go" by schaumbad - freies
> >     atelierhas graz; "reMove" by teater interakt (malm?, sweden) and
> >     "repose" by vicki smith & collaborators (aotearoa new zealand).
> >     the video also shows some of the research and development:
> >
> >     https://mobilise-demobilise.eu/ <https://mobilise-demobilise.eu/>
> >
> >     the new UpStage is now live and beautiful; in february we will
> >     restart open walkthroughs - online sessions for interested people
> >     to learn how to use the platform. more info:
> >     https://upstage.org.nz/?event=open-walkthrough-6
> >     <https://upstage.org.nz/?event=open-walkthrough-6>
> >
> >     the project has been a lot of fun so far and has attracted a
> >     really great team of collaborators, including a 50% female
> >     development team :) Mobilise/Demobilise continues throughout 2022,
> >     so there will be more opportunities to see the performances live;
> >     & UpStage is there for other artists to use for their own projects
> >     as well.
> >
> >     wishing you all a peaceful & healthy festive season!
> >
> >     h : )
> >
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> ? and gave him a small painting of mine I had done in Zimbabwe.  Actually
> I gave it to his assistant at the Prime Time gig in Birmingham, after the
> show.
> He reported back to me a couple of minutes later ?Ornette accepted your
> gift?.
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> I was pleased.
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> We ran and danced out of the concert down the steps of the great hall and
> through the parks and streets back to our car.  Inspired by
> the incredible show we had just witnessed.
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> Years before Leonardo was living in a small flat in Paris, just off Rivoli
> in Chatelet.
> He was friends with Dubuffet, it was just after the war, 1949.
> Visiting that quadrant of time and space he met many artists and thinkers
> around the cafes and bars.
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> Dubuffet was linked with Ornette in his mind.
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> He knew Ornette?s musical concepts.
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> L knew that the blues tinged pining of Coleman's post-bebop alto saxophone
> had a visceral cry at its heart - despite his
> obviously superior knowledge of harmony and melody, taking cues from
> Parker and Miles and a host of others -
> he waned to tear up the chart and throw out the chords to improvise
> freely, flowing with his sense, his inner voice
> as in an inspired and energetic conversation among a few individuals,
> incredulous at their enjoyment
> as humans with some kind of syntactic language and a desire to give voice
> to their playful selves.
>
> Something like Dubuffet and his transmogrification of soil, tar and
> varnish, his discarding of the intellectual, art history referencing and
> gallery accepted body of artists.
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> Perhaps a tenuous relationship between painter and musician?  Perhaps not.
>
> L scratched his chin, leafed through the small book of verse and
> lithographs by Michaux, and sipped at his absinth.
>
> link to short film of the drawing today
> https://www.instagram.com/tv/CYSCxdSBfuh/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
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> Thanks,
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