A Demo and Networking Session with Andrew Norm Wilson
September 16th, 2011
Andrew Norman Wilson will demonstrate how to play a variety of video formats with Quicktime Media Player. The videos themselves, several of which are brand new, will be informative and entertaining. They will highlight the following topics :
-demands for liberation
-being someone and being flexible
-negotiating the commodity sphere
-demands for differentiation and demassification
-anxiety about relationships: between friendship and business
DJ Office Maxx (Benjamin Pearson) will crossfade the audio from the last video into his DJ set. This crossfade will commence the informal networking session, for which Heineken will be available.
Andrew Norman Wilson currently lives and works in Chicago, IL. He holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a B.S. from Syracuse University’s SI Newhouse School of Public Communication. He is a 2011 recipient of the Dedalus Foundation MFA fellowship and the Edward Ryerson Fellowship. He has worked as a curator for Artists’ Television Access in San Francisco, a video editor for Google at their headquarters in Mountain View, a researcher for the labor union UNITE HERE, and a video editor for filmmaker Craig Baldwin. Past exhibitions and presentations include the De Young Museum, The Banff Center, UCLA, UCSD, The Academy of Fine Arts Finland, The Sullivan Galleries at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, threewalls Gallery, and Other Cinema.
Filed under: animation, new media, video