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1. Internet Age Media 2016 Opening Titles

  • Published: 2016-04-07T22:10:29+00:00
  • Duration: 122
  • By Device
Internet Age Media 2016 Opening Titles

We created Internet Age Media (IAM) second edition opening titles. From Complexity to Emergence was the festival’s key concept and the brief asked for a random, WTF but empathic video. Our aim was to let the internet speak itself, to create a story reflecting internet reality, feeding from internet sources both in terms of concept and tools. We used what internet had to offer us: on one side a 2015 top 20 hashtag list serving as key concepts to shape a highly random script, narrated by multiple artificial voices; and on the other we invited people to build 3D models through the online 123D App. We designed an evolved hand with two main fingers (due to internet navigation) as the festival’s mascot, representing the user and a guide through the opening titles. Concept, direction, animation and audio Device VO Script Desiré García y Palma Llopis cargocollective.com/desireeypalma IAM: www.internetagemedia.com 123D Catch: www.123dapp.com Big thanks to the 3D model contributors: Lucy Rojas, Cristina Font, Desiré García, Canal180, ≈dne Bjerkeli, Jan Rudolf, s3487192, goldsteina2014, Evgeny Tsarkov, GTP123, Jonathan Jenkins 242, ≈ke Mora Temnerud, Fernando Abba 275, Rasmus Liljeberg, Swe Zin Soe, christophepasiewicz, Mary Neville, zaza5411, grantagamalian, thebestofjosh, I-Feng Lin, Brandon Lindquist, jp 238, Catherine Pan, multiplealdas, Jeronimo Sanchez Peruga, Rafael Colon, Kyle Bartholomew, Richard Miller (182), Glenn Khoo, simon ayton, SAD0MAN, Kevin Casey (231), Leandro Berti, j thesedicks, gabesaur, Sergio Bastos, Janis Stojakins, Marya Clare Predko Brown, Arthur Antunes, Tetusjin Yu _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Visit us: www.devicers.com Follow us: facebook.com/devicers instagram.com/devicers twitter.com/devicers behance.com/device


2. Internet Age Media Weekend 2015

Internet Age Media Weekend 2015

www.internetagemedia.com Internet Age Media Weekend. BCN, march 20-22, 2015. Are you in? More info: www. internetagemedia.com Music: "Glitch" by Jason Shaw


3. Internet Age Media Weekend

  • Published: 2016-04-13T21:37:03+00:00
  • Duration: 157
  • By Tendenciastv
Internet Age Media Weekend

Internet Age Media weekend, aka IAM, es el festival que se celebra en Barcelona y celebra el futuro de internet a través de personas.... El resto de la historia en: http://tendencias.tv/paper-coolhunting/online/internet-age-media-weekend-2/


4. #IAMW16 : Internet Age Media – IAM Weekend 16 | Trailer

#IAMW16 : Internet Age Media – IAM Weekend 16 | Trailer

#IAMW16 : Internet Age Media – IAM Weekend 16 Barcelona. April 7–10, 2016 From Complexity to Emergence Understanding the patterns of stories that are shaping the futures of media, learning and internet culture. Connecting diverse perspectives. 20+ TALKS · 10+WORKSHOPS · ∞ SERENDIPITY Featuring Trend researchers. Purpose-driven investors. Digital Transformation Officers. Learning Innovators. Social entrepreneurs. Activists. Hackers. Urbanists. Designers. Filmmakers. Students. Sci-Fi Writers. Cultural Managers. Niche Publishers. Creative Technologists. Editors. Heads of Brands. Journalists. Curators. Strategists. Scientists. Co-founders. Artists. Internet People. Because in randomness we trust. + internetagemedia.com/weekend Music by Jukedeck


5. We Are Internet – Episode 2: The Evolution of Internet Age Media

We Are Internet – Episode 2: The Evolution of Internet Age Media

We Are Internet A story about how the futures of media are being reinvented by a scenius + internetagemedia.com/we-are-internet


6. IAM - Internet Age Media Weekend.

IAM - Internet Age Media Weekend.

#IAM2015 - Internet Age Media Weekend. BCN, march 20-22, 2015. Are you in? www.internetagemedia.com


7. UAL Futures Talks: #3 Internet Age Media

  • Published: 2015-12-18T13:17:56+00:00
  • Duration: 113
  • By UAL Futures
UAL Futures Talks: #3 Internet Age Media

In December UAL Futures together with IAM - Internet Age Media presented an evening of films and discussion around internet culture and the futures of media. Students and graduates of University of the Arts London enjoyed an exclusive screening of We Are Internet - a video series exploring the human side of Internet Age Media. The screening was followed by a discussion with some of the film's protagonists - influential people behind leading niche publications, agencies, companies and institutions from around the world. Find out more: http://ualfutures.tumblr.com/post/134459754148/do-futures-talks-3-internet-age-media


8. IAM Weekend 2015 - Opening Titles

IAM Weekend 2015 - Opening Titles

Internet Age Media Weekend 2015 Opening titles by Claudia Maté www.internetagemedia.com



10. #IAMTALKS : Ian Durkin - Vimeo

#IAMTALKS : Ian Durkin - Vimeo

"Creating these unconscious cues that set the tone for how you should best experience a park, a website or internet community is a totally great thing" Ian Durkin Associate Curator, Vimeo @vimeo Ian works for Vimeo and enjoys sharing stories about happenings in Northeast USA with photos and videos. He started in 2011 as an intern, then worked as community manager and now is a curator for the amazing and widely followed Vimeo's Staff Picks. This talk was presented at the first Internet Age Media Weekend in Barcelona, on March 20-22, 2015 Watch more talks at internetagemedia.com/talks


11. Alivia

Alivia

Alivia Foley is a painter, illustrator, and tattoo artist from Seattle, Washington. Her use of the internet and social media has helped her to build a base of customers and fans (as well as detractors). In this short documentary, Alivia discusses how she became a tattoo artist, how the internet allowed her to create a business at such a young age and how it continues to shape and influence what she does, and the difference between the way people perceive you by the things you post online and the reality of who you are. The film was photographed by Jeremy Adams, and directed and edited by Stewart Schuster.


12. Adidas Superstar

Adidas Superstar

As part of the Brazilian outspread of Adidas Superstar new global campaign, we were invited to create an experimental video. The idea was to question and deconstruct the old concept of what it is to be a superstar. In the age of Internet, a new kind of superstar arises from a more diffuse and plural context. The new superstar is whoever willing to create something new, to inspire others, to contribute greatly in one or many fields, often giving up fame for freedom. The video also discusses how technology and creativity have freed us, but how social media has distorted the very idea of fame, giving it an even more superficial layer. Meanwhile, brands have become central to culture. Adidas - represented visually by the trefoil and the sneakers - acts as creativity itself. -- Credits: David Galasse (Direction/Graphics) / http://davidgalasse.com Caco Teixeira (Music/Soundfx) / http://sonoplastico.com Lucas Ribeiro (Curation) / Slash/Slash (concept & ep) / http://slashslash.com.br Antonio Vicentini (Animation/ Additional graphics)


13. Headless

  • Published: 2013-11-07T00:08:04+00:00
  • Duration: 75
  • By Jana Moermann
Headless

This artwork is an installation on the subject of consumption in the digital age. Digital media has changed our lives significantly within the past few years. Every day the media "bombard" us with information of all kinds like Social Media, Games, Apps, TV or the Internet. This influence of the media also generates a new way of thinking in the everyday lives of people. "Headless" is to take as a metamorphosis which shows a mutation of thoughts under the influence of the media.


14. #IAMTALKS : Jeff Hamada - Booooooom

#IAMTALKS : Jeff Hamada - Booooooom

"Let the fear of letting fear dictate your life dictate your life." Jeff Hamada Founder at Booooooom.com Vancouver @booooooom Vancouver-based artist Jeff launched Booooooom in 2008 and since then the website has evolve into Canada's highest traffic art blog, and one of the largest on the Internet. Booooooom is an authoritative voice in the new contemporary arts scene, highlighting emerging talents, and launching the careers of many young artists internationally. This talk was presented at the first Internet Age Media Weekend in Barcelona, on March 20-22, 2015 Watch more talks at internetagemedia.com/talks


15. THE CLOUD

  • Published: 2014-11-27T08:53:01+00:00
  • Duration: 1742
  • By Nicolas Ritter
THE CLOUD

„The Cloud“ is a social satirical Shortfilm, focused on the modern urban lifestyle, that is increasingly based on the internet, smart phones, social media and other web based technological innovations of the information age.


16. Life Beyond Our Screens

  • Published: 2017-12-23T18:35:53+00:00
  • Duration: 693
  • By Canal180
Life Beyond Our Screens

Those 7 days spent at 180 Creative Camp in the company of strangers-that-soon-became-dear-friends made us reflect on the never questionable importance of physical meetings. Internet is great, but chatting without typing is way better and sending emotions without the help of emojis is still the best formula. Feauturing Andrés Colmenares (Internet Age Media), Antonia Folguera (Sónar), Chris Unwin (The Creator Class) and Jeff Hamada (Booooooom).


17. Clay Shirky at PICNIC08: Here Comes Everybody

  • Published: 2008-12-16T14:25:54+00:00
  • Duration: 2636
  • By PICNIC
Clay Shirky at PICNIC08: Here Comes Everybody

A revelatory examination of how the spread of new forms of social interaction enabled by technology is changing the way humans form groups and exict within them. Our age's new technologies of social networking are evolving- and causing us to evolve into new groups doing new things in new ways. - Clay Shirky is a leading Internet thinker, the author of Here Comes Everybody, and a sharp analyst of social media developments.


18. #IAMTALKS : Heidi Hackemer - Wolf & Wilhelmine

#IAMTALKS : Heidi Hackemer - Wolf & Wilhelmine

"My hope is that actually the digital age is a human age. Its an age where if we take the time to understand ourselves, we have this amazing raw material to be able to make exactly the life that we want." Heidi Hackemer Founder & Director of Strategy at Wolf & Wilhelmine New York @uberblond As an strategist Heidi has worked both in the US and Europe with brands and companies such as Google Chrome, Chromebook and Google Glass, Axe, LEGO, Sony, National Geographic and the BBC. Three years ago she dropped out the agency and started doing great work while living a great life, founding the nomadic brand shop Wolf & Wilhelmine. In 2013, she was named one of ten Women to Watch in Advertising. This talk was presented at the first Internet Age Media Weekend in Barcelona, on March 20-22, 2015 Watch more talks at www.internetagemedia.com/talks


19. Navigating the Age of Democratized Media conference keynote

Navigating the Age of Democratized Media conference keynote

Eben Moglen gives this keynote at the Feb 25, 2011 Morningside Post Conference on Digital Media, the theme of which was "Navigating the Age of Democratized Media". Eben talks about the FreedomBox, a project to return control of digital communications to individuals and take it away from the corporations that spy on people as a way of life and the governments that use control over communications to stifle political organization and dissent. This project serves as a particular example of his larger theme that the digital networking of each person to each other person through the internet will level the media landscape of the 21st century and make ignorance obsolete, something we could make a technical reality today if not for the "rules against sharing." Video available for download at the Internet Archive: http://www.archive.org/details/EbenMoglenNavigatingAtTheAgeOfDemocratizedMediaConference


20. The Toby Experiment (In The Hole)

  • Published: 2010-09-19T02:02:17+00:00
  • Duration: 231
  • By Gabriel Sunday
The Toby Experiment (In The Hole)

Most Americans between the age of 18-25 spend 75 Hours a week consumed with media, if not more. Toby is 19, a fairly insane artist, obsessed with politics and despises every form of popular media (besides Synechdoche, Banksy and most Harmony Korine films) He loves to rant, and has been heavily involved in the leftist anti- Nazi movement in Sweden. The Experiment: lock Toby in a room for one week. He should not sleep (he usually doesn’t). He can only eat Top Ramen, and consume trash mags, Disney Channel/TMZ/MTV, video games and the Internet. (only gossip sites) Toby is a born “Self-Documentarian”, and rolls a camera on himself most days just for kicks. In the claustrophobic media hole, Toby discovers creating art is the way to be happy while fighting the media overload we all face.