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PAINT figure drawing class!
with Aram Bartholl
Saturday, October 11, 2:00 – 4:00 pm @ EYEBEAM (new location)
FREE!! everybody welcome!!

Join us for the PAINT figure drawing class at EYEBEAM in Sunset Park NYC. We will draw live models on computers with mouse in classic paint! No antialiasing! No layers! Limited undos! Come and show off your mouse drawing skills in good old desktop drawing style. Bring your own laptop and very important bring a MOUSE!! No touch allowed!! Make sure you have paintxp, paintbrush or Gpaint installed on your book.

 

Requirements & Rules:

- bring a laptop (limited desktop computers available onsite)
– bring a mouse
– install paint (classic paint for win7, OSX, linux)
– no layers
– 3 undos
– 48 colors max
– no gradients
– no antialiasing
– mouse only, no touch!
– save as BMP!!

Put away you tablet and show off some true mouse skills at the ‘PAINT figure drawing class’!

Aram Bartholl 2014

 

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DOCUMENTATION!!

Thanks to all the participants for joining the class and proving their mouse skills!! Brilliant works! Lot’s of experimentation and many many mouse clicks. It was such a good atmosphere. :))  Thx to our professional models @gorgeousTaps & @AduAli for posing! And thanks to EYEBEAM for hosting the class on such short notice!!

ALL PICTURES HERE

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Posted on October 6, 2014

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This was an experiment we did last semester w/ Mr. G. Barlow as part of the Internet Famous course at Parsons (season II coming next semester). A couple of things we learned in the process:

1) You can buy your way into awards such as “Most Viewed Per Day/Week/Month” in a given category (in our case How To & Style)
2) Youtube view count vs unique visitors (tracked independently from youtube) match up pretty close when buying famo (44,716 Youtube views and 57,663 unique visitors) .
3) In our experience if you pay for 100,000 visitors it will translate into roughly 45,000 youtube views.
4) If you’re paying to drive traffic to a youtube clip on autoplay you’ll get banned if there is audio.

The stats page is publicly available here if you’re interested in doing further research in famo studies. Original project page here

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Posted on April 5, 2008

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Dropping knowledge on dem kiddies.

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Posted on December 5, 2007

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    The Field Guide for Public Works Vol. 1:
    Instructors: Andy Bichlbaum, James Powderly, Evan Roth

Shared resources and public spaces, like our cities, the Internet and the media, are increasingly under attack from the forces of privatization, excess commercialization, censorship, bias and authoritarian control. To offset the inequalities caused by these forces, ordinary citizens are turning to humorous and socially provocative pranks, hacks, infiltration, urban modification and other disturbances to get their voices heard in public and the mass media. The Field Guide for Public Works will be an illustrated instructional guide designed to show citizens how to make tools and use techniques employed by artists and activists to express unpopular and marginalized “truths” and perspectives in the public sphere. Subjects and technologies covered in the Field Guide may include both social and physical engineering, like: corporate infiltration, mobile broadcasting, contagious media, hacking urban systems, on-line satire, ad busting, self publishing and more. From concept to implementation, students will work together with their instructors and peers to create all aspects of the Field Guide using open source software. Over the course of the semester, students will also work in small teams to create, execute and document their own public interventions with voluntary participation from the class and others. The Field Guide will also be an experiment in creating a “print on demand” book and releasing work into the public domain.

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Posted on March 5, 2007

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The expressions published in this site are all in the public domain. You may enjoy, use, modify, snipe about and republish all F.A.T. media and technologies as you see fit.