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Smweed and I were chatting about the end of the world and the ocean, as you do, and wanted to make a collaboration. (I'm a bit nervous--my first collab!)
So, welcome to the collab for The Last Radio Station in the World.
We'd like to build this world, add text, characters, voices, images, music, anything that can be tied together to the theme of The Last Radio Station in the World. Who is listening for it? What might it play? What do people do in the silence? How do they respond to the sudden…Read More
The clouds are a vulnerable, wet grey that would come away if he touched them, like the sloughing skin of half-cured paint. The man l...
Help me, Obi-wan RECorders! (ETA: I went ahead and made a collab: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/430130) I'm looking for illustrations (or any kind of RECords, really) that capture the idea of art as perpetual motion machine. You see, I'm teaching a university-level intro lit course in the fall based on this theme, in an attempt to get students to see that they are active participants in art, not just passive consumers, and that as readers (or viewers or listeners...) we don't do autopsies on dead things but rather have conversations with living, breathing, growing entities. There's no better example to hold up for them than this place. I'm even going to have them remix each other's work as an assignment. So, I would love to be able to show them some RECords that illustrate this idea, including, say, video of people talking about what this place and the notion of the perpetual motion machine mean to them, and, for the visual learners, to have some graphics that pop. (Who knows? Maybe hitRECord will get some new RECorders out of this class!). So, does anybody want to play?
(Of course, I'm now going away until mid-Aug (2011) with no internet access, and no way to heart you all like you deserve, so maybe this is a bad time to ask, but I wanted to throw the idea out there, in any case.)