Barry Jones
Since 2003
Works in Clarksville, Tennessee United States of America

My work is about ethics and it asks the oldest of questions: what does it mean to live a good life?
What is our responsibility to each other, to our families, to those with disabilities, to the past? In the
face of tragedy how do we reaffirm that life is good. These are the themes of my work.

I am an associate professor at Austin Peay State University and live in Clarksville, TN with my wife, Jennifer,
and our four children, Marlena, Aidan, Hope and Elliott.

I also work in the audio/ video collaborative Black & Jones and perform in the vj duo [ fladry + jones ].
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Terminal Announces the Launch of "Browser Poems" by xtine burrough

Thu Dec 01, 2011 13:10 - Tue Dec 31, 2019

In Browser Poems, burrough has reinterpreted three classic works of literature from the 20th Century (“O Captain, My Captain”, “On the Road”, and “Waiting for You at the Mystery Spot”) using just two languages (HTML and CSS) in the browser as the primary agent of transformation. In the works, burrough is not interested in writing the foundational text for the poetic experience. Instead, her aim was to design a web user’s experience for the works. The works adhere to the confining graphic formatting rules of current web standards, and include text, hypertext, images, videos, and audio. In the language-image-browser redesign process, the meaning of the poems are affected as follows:

O Captain, My Captain
O BROWSER, MY BROWSER is a browser translation of Walt Whitman’s 1900 poem, “O Captain, My Captain” from Leaves of Grass. In the original poem, the death of a ship’s captain is an allegorical reference to the death of U.S. president Abraham Lincoln. In this reinterpretation, the allegory shifts to the impending death of the web. Here, short clips of YouTube videos (all 24 found by a search on the site using keywords from each line of the poem) provide a background noise, or a context, to interfere with or aid the reading of the poem.

On The Road
In 2007 burrough created hand-made bags for City Lights Bookstore as a public art intervention to celebrate the 50th anniversary year of the publication of On The Road. The original manuscript was notoriously produced on a single scroll of paper (or, many papers taped to each another) before Viking Press published the manuscript in 1957. The complete text is rendered as a continuous page in the browser. However all instances of the word “road” have been replaced with the word “browser.”

Waiting For You at the Mystery Spot
Adrienne Rich’s “Waiting For You at the Mystery Spot” (2000) is part of her 1998-2000 collection, Fox, which earned Rich the 2003 Yale Bollingen Prize for American Poetry. The judges acknowledged her “continuous poetic exploration and awareness of multiple selves.” In this language-image-browser redesign, the “Mystery Spot” (a California alternative tourist destination for gravitational anomaly lovers of all ages) takes on new meaning, or multiple selves, as the location of virtual Easter eggs relating to Rich’s text.

About Terminal
Terminal is a space sponsored by the Department of Art and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts at Austin Peay State University to showcase and examine internet and new media art.


Terminal Awards

Sun Jan 30, 2011 00:00

Terminal Awards

During the 2011 - 2012 academic year, Terminal will award four - $500 stipends to assist in the creation of new internet based art works.

The submission deadline is January 30, 2011

Submissions are open to anyone.

Terminal can provide webspace for completed projects, or the artists may elect to host the project themselves (with Terminal retaining a copy for archiving). We simply ask that Terminal be acknowledged with a link from the project.

In an e-mail to: include
1.Artist or Artists full name
3.E-mail address
4.Short bio ( 100 words max )
5.Links to on-line projects ( 5 urls max )
6.Proposed project title and description ( 500 words max )
This information may be included in the text of the e-mail or as an attachment

Eduardo Navas
Eduardo Navas researches the crossover of art, culture, and media. His production includes art & media projects, critical texts, and curatorial projects. He has presented and lectured about his work and research internationally. Navas collaborates with artists and institutions in various countries to organize events and develop new forms of publication. He has lectured on art and media theory at various colleges and universities in the United States, including Otis College of Art and Design, Penn State University, as well as Eugene Lang College and the Media Studies Graduate Program at the New School, among others.  He is a  Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen, Norway. Navas received his Ph.D. from the Department of Art and Media History, Theory, and Criticism at the University of California in San Diego. He researches the history of Remix in order to understand the principles of remix culture. Selected texts and research projects are available on Remix Theory:

main site:

Jody Zellen
Jody Zellen is an artist, writer, curator, and educator living in Los Angeles,
California. She curated the netart projects for Fringe Exhibitions a
new media gallery in Los Angeles from 2006-2008 and has presented her
netart works in exhibitions and festivals worldwide since 1997. She
has received commissions from Terminals (2010) and Turbulence (2009)
to create online works. To view her projects visit


Terminal 3rd Annual Short Video Festival

Fri Apr 01, 2011 00:00

Clarksville, Tennessee
United States of America

Terminal, the Department of Art, and The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts at Austin Peay State University invite artists to submit short videos for consideration for inclusion in Terminal’s Third Annual Short Video Festival.

Submission Guidelines:

In an e-mail send:

a short resume

a short statement

a link to the video on the web (no more than 5 minutes in length)

Selected artists will be asked to submit their videos as NTSC formatted Hi-Resolution Quicktime and MPEG files.

E-mail submissions to

 April 1, 2011

 April 7, 2011

EVENT Announces the 11 - 12 Terminal Award Winners

Tue Mar 01, 2011 16:22 - Tue Mar 01, 2011

xtine burroughs, Luke Munn, Joel Swanson, and the WRMC Collaborative have
been awarded 2011 - 2012 Terminal Awards. Their proposed projects will
launch during the 11 - 12 academic year.
Thanks to Jody Zellen and Eduardo Navas for their hard work as this year's jurors.
Visit to view the winning proposals.
terminal is a space sponsored by the department of art
and the center of excellence for the creative arts at austin peay
state university to showcase and examine internet and new media art.
The first exhibition was launched on 10.29.07.

EVENT Announces Launch of "Infinite Glitch" by Ben Baker-Smith

Tue Jan 25, 2011 09:14 - Tue Jul 31, 2012

Clarksville, Tennessee
United States of America

TERMINAL is pleased to announce the launch of "Infinite Glitch" by Ben
Baker-Smith. It is the fourth TERMINAL Award project to launch this
academic year.
Every day an incomprehensible number of new digital media files are
uploaded to hosting sites across the internet. Far too many for any one
person to consume. Infinite Glitch is a stream-of-conciousness representation of this overwhelming flood of media, its fractured and degraded sounds and images reflecting how little we as an audience are able to retain from this daily barrage.
Infinite Glitch is an automated system that generates an ever-changing audio/video stream from the constantly increasing mass of media files freely available on the web. Source audio and video files are ripped from a variety of popular media hosting sites, torn apart, and recombined using collage and glitch techniques to create an organic, chaotic flood of sensory input.
Benjamin Baker-Smith is currently employed as a video editor, streaming media expert, and web developer at Backstar Creative Media in Chicago, IL. He maintains a website and active blog at, and is a contributing writer for and the Backstar company blog  ( He has done freelance web design for Statewide Software ( and lectured on basic website creation to students at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is the creator and maintainer of Upflickr (, a Ruby gem that makes it easier to upload and organize images on flickr using the Ruby programming language.