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

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BIO
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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EVENT

From Red Paint Hill by Phillip Andrew Lewis


Dates:
Mon Mar 02, 2009 00:00 - Tue Mar 03, 2009

The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, the Department of Art, and Terminal at Austin Peay State University are pleased to announce the launch of From Red Paint Hill by Phillip Andrew Lewis.

http://terminalapsu.org/fromredpainthill/index.html

From Red Paint Hill is the first work commissioned by Terminal.

From Red Paint Hill
Project Statement
Phillip Andrew Lewis

"In 1768 the famous historical American surveyor, Thomas Hutchins, identified Red Paint Hill as the navigational landmark and point of beginning for the North Tennessee land now known as Clarksville. At the confluence of the Cumberland and Red Rivers, the city began its development within the geometric forms outlined in this survey. Along these plotted lines, roads and passageways were formed. As the city grew beyond these original plots, the grid quickly broke down.

Using this historic city design, current field recordings retrace the original grid lines with the sounds found along these boundaries. This sonic survey becomes a new connection to the origins of the city."

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

http://terminalapsu.org


EVENT

Searching for a New(er) Digital Literature


Dates:
Fri Jan 16, 2009 00:00 - Fri Jan 16, 2009

Location:
United States of America

Searching for a New(er) Digital Literature" is an exhibition of twelve multimedia works that offer readers representative examples of the newest digital poetry and fiction on the web. These works, created by international writers and artists and curated by webyarns.com's Alan Bigelow, are online at http://www.terminalapsu.org. The exhibition can also be seen offline at Austin Peay State University's
Gallery 108. The exhibition begins January 15, 2009.


EVENT

Micro


Dates:
Wed Dec 10, 2008 00:00 - Wed Dec 10, 2008

Micro

[ fladry + jones ] & jason.sloan

December 10, 2008 is International Human Rights Day.

Robb Fladry, Barry Jones, and Jason Sloan are going to mark the day with a half hour, on-line audio and video performance. Each artist will be in their respective studios ( Fladry = Tampa, FL, Jones = Clarksville, TN, Sloan = Baltimore, MD ) and will interact at http://terminalapsu.org/micro/ at 9 pm central.

The performance will utilize video, images and sounds found on the internet, as well as live twitter (www.twitter.com) posts.

The performance is sponsored by Terminal, The Department of Art and The Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts at Austin Peay State University.


OPPORTUNITY

Terminal First Annual Short Video Festival


Deadline:
Sun Mar 01, 2009 00:00

Location:
United States of America

Call for Video: Terminal’s First Annual Short Video Festival

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 First 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 jonesb@apsu.edu

Deadline
March 1, 2009

Screening
April 17, 2009