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Soluble Fish



A blog/vlog exploring the poetics of net cinema.



Last Build Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2015 19:00:09 PST

 



Second Thoughts

Thu, 12 Jun 2014 19:38:55 PDT

In my recent projects and with my students in Advanced Multimedia,  I have been experimenting with the excellent skrollr plugin for creating HTML5 web apps, or self-contained but networked “books” for multiple devices.  I like the way vertical scroll animations facilitate a kind of cinematic reading. The duration of a “dissolve”,  for example, can be left to the reader’s navigation speed, as...

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Motions (a video simulation of a web book)

Sun, 09 Feb 2014 00:01:19 PST

Motions takes human trafficking and contemporary slavery as its focus. Human trafficking is an accelerating form of crime and is a world-wide problem. It is one of the darker outcomes of globalization, the breakdown of the nation-state, and increasing ease of travel. Static and moving, variable and sequential, the piece presents programmed text, image and...

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Fingerbend (video simulation of a web book)

Sat, 08 Feb 2014 22:57:23 PST

Fingerbend written, designed and coded by Will Luers An insomniac writer moves to a small coastal town to investigate the work and disappearance of a cult web artist. Like the subject of his research, he can leave nothing outside the narrative: lists, blog entries, mobile photos, loops, and draft sketches of stories. This multimedia fiction,...

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Hypnagogia

Sat, 08 Feb 2014 21:51:10 PST

by Will Luers (video) and Roger Dean (sound) 2013 | 6min Hypnagogia is a state between wakefulness and sleep, in which dream-like impressions may cross the mind. The video was constructed specifically for the live performance by austraLYSIS (an ensemble of trumpet, piano, and live electronics) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music on November 30th...

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FOS @ EFF PDX

Sun, 28 Apr 2013 11:30:45 PDT

Film of Sound, my collaboration with sound artist Roger Dean and poet Hazel Smith will play at the Experimental Film Festival Portland 2013, a small, but enthusiastic fest in my hometown. The screening night is Friday May 24th at the Clinton Street Theater. Film of Sound 10 minute, single channel video Artists: Roger Dean, Will Luers...

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Parataxis

Sat, 14 Apr 2012 18:43:07 PDT

The reason to read Autoportrait is to savor the shocking precision—a guillotine’s—of its rapid cuts between unlike ideas, and to savor the actual information offered about the textures and peculiarities of a specific consciousness. The Prince of Parataxis – by Wayne Koesenbaum “Parataxis” : the juxtaposition of two or more sentences without a conjunction. “I came. I...

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Film of Sound

Mon, 06 Feb 2012 18:05:46 PST

Having forgotten and then remembered why I once started blogging, I am now going to make a sincere effort to keep my own record of things going on. One of the things going on is that I have a new video work that is out and about, currently awaiting replies from various venues. Film of...

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astoria, or

Sun, 04 Sep 2011 20:59:00 PDT




Database Narrative Archive, call for papers, thoughts and media

Wed, 17 Aug 2011 17:40:00 PDT

The Database Narrative Archive symposium, held last May in Montréal, is culminating in an innovative journal of media and text that will be published on the Scalar platform, a multimedia authoring/publishing platform. We are distributing far and wide to academics and non-academics who are interested in, well, database, narratives and archives – however these meet...

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Lava Beds National Monument

Tue, 05 Jul 2011 12:01:08 PDT