Barry Jones
Since 2003
jonesb@apsu.edu
Works in Clarksville, Tennessee United States of America

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BIO
I am a 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 ] and run Terminal (www.terminalapsu.org)
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EVENT

TERMINALapsu.org Announces Launch of "Infinite Glitch" by Ben Baker-Smith


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

Location:
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 bitsynthesis.com, and is a contributing writer for vagueterrain.net and the Backstar company blog  (backstar.com/blog). He has done freelance web design for Statewide Software (statewidesoftware.com) 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 (Rubygems.org/gems/upflickr/), a Ruby gem that makes it easier to upload and organize images on flickr using the Ruby programming language.


EVENT

TERMINALapsu.org Announces Launch of New Work by Michael Demers


Dates:
Mon Nov 15, 2010 00:00 - Sun Nov 14, 2010

TERMINALapsu.org announces the launch of"The Sky is Falling (A Day in the Life)" by Michael Demers

TERMINALapsu.org has awarded four artists with small stipends to aid in the creation of new internet based artworks. This is the first year of an annual award process.

This year we are pleased to announce the four artists selected are Jody Zellen, Michael Demers, Benjamin Baker-Smith, and Scott Kildall. Their proposals were selected from scores of entries.

On November 15, "The Sky is Falling (A Daqy in the Life) " by Michael Demers will launch.

"This work consists of captured Sony PlayStation3 video from Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, edited to reflect the seamless passing of game time and "real" time. One minute of "real" time equals approximately 30 minutes of game time. The resulting 24 two-minute videos record the passing of one game day.

References to playable characters, AI characters, and accompanying sound effects have been edited from the video in an effort to focus on the notion of a virtual space with the possibility of non-virtual habitation, defined in part by the passing of game time during the observers "real" time. The health meter, magic meter, stamina meter, weapon and magic selections and the game compass have been unedited as a digital referent in the hyperreal environment of the game engine.

The footage was captured using the Haupauge HD PVR, and edited on a MacBook Pro using Final Cut Pro. The 24 html pages were built in Adobe Dreamweaver, and use javascript to call a specific page (and the embedded video) based upon the users local time (ex: If someone is viewing the page at 3:40pm local time, video15, containing footage from 3:00 to 3:59pm game time, will be played). An additional piece of javascript tells the browser to refresh itself every two minutes, to ensure that subsequent videos will load appropriately."

http://www.Terminalapsu.org

TERMINALapsu.org is a space sponsored by Austin Peay State University’s Department of Art and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts to showcase and examine Internet and new media art.


EVENT

Lines of Life by Jody Zellen


Dates:
Mon Oct 25, 2010 00:00 - Mon Oct 25, 2010

Terminal is pleased to announce the launch of Lines of Life by Jody Zellen.
http://TERMINALapsu.org

"I am interested in drawing and how a computer algorithm traces an image turning it into a line drawing. In the "Lines of Life" I will begin with a grid of images that are computer traces of news imagery, that when rolled over display the source image. From this grid will be 72 different clickable squares each that takes you down a different life line. The subject for the pathways is the perils of war, as war imagery has predominated in the media over the last year. An integral part of this project will be a series of Flash animations that utilize clips of soldier's videos of the Iraq war uploaded to You Tube. The film footage is not credited as it is meant to fill in the background becoming the live action behind the line drawings and be the motivation for the movements within."

Jody Zellen is a Los Angeles based artist who works in many media simultaneously making net art, photographs, installations, public art and artists books. She employs media-generated representations as raw material for aesthetic and social investigations. Recent projects include "The Unemployed" a interactive data visualization at Cerritos College (Los Angles, 2009), a site specific interactive installation entitled "The Blackest Spot" at Fringe Exhibitions (Los Angles, 2008). Other interactive installations include "Trigger" (Pace University, NY, 2005) and "Disembodied Voices" (Los Angles, 2004). Zellen's interactive website "Ghost City" begun in 1997 is an ever changing meditation on the urban environment. "Crowds and Power" was the October 2002 portal for the Whitney Museum's artport. Other recent net art projects include "Without A Trace" (a 2009 turbulence.org commission), urbanfragments.net, allthenewsthatfittoprint.net, talking-walls.com and disembodiedvoices.com.

For documentation of these and other projects please visit www.jodyzellen.com

http://www.TERMINALapsu.org 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.


EVENT

Terminal Project Awards


Dates:
Thu Aug 19, 2010 00:00 - Thu Aug 19, 2010

TERMINALapsu.org has awarded four artists with stipends to aid in the creation of new internet based artworks. This is the first year of an annual award process.

This year we are pleased to announce the four artists selected are Jody Zellen, Michael Demers, Benjamin Baker-Smith, and Scott Kildall.

Please visit http://www.TERMINALapsu.org for more information.


OPPORTUNITY

Terminal - Call for Proposals for Internet Based Art Works


Deadline:
Tue Jun 15, 2010 00:00

During the 2010 - 2011 academic year, Terminal will award four - $500 stipends to assist in the creation of new internet based art works.

Awards will be made once a year with a submission deadline of June 15.
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: jonesb@apsu.edu include

Artist or Artists full name
Address
E-mail address
Short bio
Links to on-line projects
Proposed project title and description

This information may be included in the text of the e-mail or as an attachment

Jurors:
Jodi Gresham, Director of the Space for New Media at Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN

Jessica Westbrook, Assistant Professor and Director of Technology, Contemporary Practices, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Barry Jones, Associate Professor and Director of Terminal at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN