VJ Theory
Since 2007
Works in Falmouth, Colorado United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

BIO
VJ Theory, the philosophy and theory of Vjing and realtime interaction.
VJ Theory is a community of visual artists and performers which addresses the need for participants to reflect on and discus their practice.
The website is aimed at practitioners interested in the theoretical development within these practices.
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OPPORTUNITY

Third and last VJam Theories text: Interactors, audiences and participators


Deadline:
Sun Sep 09, 2007 08:43

Third and last VJam Theories text: Interactors, audiences and participators
The third Small Project by VJ Theory

http://third-vjam-theory.blogspot.com

This is the third and last blog of this Small Project. The theme for this month is Interactors, audiences and participators.
It is open and will be running until the end of September.
We would like to invite you to join the blog as a visitor by commenting on each post. Comments require registration.
Any media supported by the blog is allowed. You should reference, in your comments, all information including your own work as rigorously as possible.

About VJam Theory:
This Small Project aims at extending the discussions, started with the Let's Chat sessions, in time and depth. Instead of a chat room, where conversations happen in the moment and at a quick pace, this time we are using blogs to let the discussion flow more reflectively.
For this project, a group of our collaborators, by posting to the blog as a single user, will build three collective texts. Any visitor to the blog can participate by commenting on each post. Comments are moderated and require registration.

Themes and links to each text produced so far:

July: The performer
http://www.vjtheory.net/vjamtheories/theperformer.htm

August: Performance
http://www.vjtheory.net/vjamtheories/performence.htm

Link to the current blog / text in construction:

September: Interactors, audiences and participators
http://third-vjam-theory.blogspot.com

Each blog will be active for a month, from July to September. At the end of the project, three collective texts will be made by distinct groups of collaborative writers. The blogs will be closed and the resultant texts (main body and comments) compiled and available online at the VJ Theory website. We are also looking at ways to publish the finished texts elsewhere.

Best regards,
The editors
Ana and Brendan


OPPORTUNITY

VJam Theory - Our Third Small Project : Second blog/August - Performance


Deadline:
Thu Aug 09, 2007 13:11

Second blog/August - Performance:
http://second-vjam-theory.blogspot.com

VJam Theory - Our Third Small Project

This is the second blog of three, with the theme this month of Performance.It is open and will be running until the end of August.
We would like to invite you to join the blog as a visitor by commenting on each post. Comments require registration.
Any media supported by the blog is allowed. You should reference, in your comments, all information including your own work as rigorously as possible.

About VJam Theory:
This Small Project aims at extending the discussions, started with the Let's Chat sessions, in time and depth. Instead of a chat room, where conversations happen in the moment and at a quick pace, this time we are using blogs to let the discussion flow more reflectively.
For this project, a group of our collaborators, by posting to the blog as a single user, will build three collective texts. Any visitor to the blog can participate by commenting on each post. Comments are moderated and require registration.

Themes and links to each blog:

July: The performer
http://vjam-theory.blogspot.com

August: The performance
http://second-vjam-theory.blogspot.com

September: Interactors, audiences and participators

Each blog will be active for a month, from July to September. At the end of the project, three collective texts will be made by distinct groups of collaborative writers. The blogs will be closed and the resultant texts (main body and comments) compiled and available online at the VJ Theory website. We are also looking at ways to publish the finished texts elsewhere.


OPPORTUNITY

VJam Theory - Our Third Small Project


Deadline:
Mon Jul 02, 2007 10:59

VJam Theory - Our Third Small Project
http://vjam-theory.blogspot.com

This small project aims at extending the discussions, started with the Let’s Chat sessions, in time and depth. Instead of a chat room, where conversations happen in the moment and at a quick pace, this time we are using blogs to let the discussion flow more reflectively.

With these Small Projects we aim at experimenting, with ways of writing as community, using the available tools online. For this project, a group of moderators, by posting to the blog as a single user, build a collective text.

We would like to invite you to join the blog as visitor by commenting on each post. Comments require registration.

Themes for each blog:
July: The performer
August: The performance
September: Interactors, audiences and participators

Any media supported by the blog is allowed. You should reference, in your comments, all information including your own work as rigorously as possible.

At the end of the project, three collective texts will be made by distinct groups of collaborators. The blogs will be closed and the resultant texts (main body and comments) compiled and available online at the VJ Theory website. We are also looking at ways to publish the finished texts elsewhere.


OPPORTUNITY

Let's Chat: about realtime interaction


Deadline:
Wed Apr 04, 2007 00:00

VJ Theory would like to invite you to participate on the discussion/chats we are organizing.
This is a small project to invite our contributors, mailing list and others to participate in the discussion of ideas and theories informed by practice.

For this project, six of our contributors moderate six chats online. Each chat last one hour and has as subject a specific theme within the area of realtime interaction. There is one in the morning (10AM/London) and another one in the evening (7PM/London), from the 4th until the 6th of April.

This is our first experiment in hosting a debate useful for anyone interested in the subject of realtime interaction. We asked a few of the VJ Theory project contributors to moderate conversations online in a chat room.
You are welcome to join and contribute with your ideas to these conversations.

The resultant texts will be available after each chat through vjtheory.net.