February 07, 2006
PAN on Pod
December 15, 2005
Carp Caviar promo
August 17, 2005
Job Hunt pt. 5 (Selling Art)
The search continues.
If you can...
to my September rent fund project, then email me at contactmica at gmail dot com and make a suggestion for a video. If I make my rent by Sept. 1, I will celebrate videoblog-style by randomly selecting one suggestion each week of the month, to film and post, just for you! Donations over $100 will get you an original piece of ART - the kind you can hang on your wall!!!!
OK, now back to business anyone hiring? Click here to download my resume
August 12, 2005
Job Hunt pt. 4 - TGIF!
This has become embarrasing. I will take the weekend off.
click picture to watch a video. Click here to download my resume
August 10, 2005
Job Hunt pt. 3 (Truth and Dare)
We want you!
nope, more like - E.T. phone home!
A plea and a challenge.
This job hunting is exhausting and causing me to make some strange videos. Very curious. Unlike my usual.
I guess my brain is just not able to think like that right now. I plan to be employed by Sept. 1 (the power of positive thinking!), after that, I will get back to my usual obscure and random explorations.
But for now, it's just blah-blah-blah. Sorry.
Thanks to poor-but-happy Peter for posting a link to my resume on his site. It's also downloadable here.
Click on the picture to see the video.
August 09, 2005
Job Hunt pt.2
The search continues. Must find job. Will do almost anything for money.
click on picture to see video
August 06, 2005
Just a little video to show what I have been consumed with this past month, must find gainful employment immediately or all other work will stop. I will be forced to move into a cardboard box in the park next to my building, or worse, move back to Virginia (y'all folks down there, know I'm just messing witcha, so don't fuss!). So, If there's anyone out there watching in HR at some media, arts, advertising organization or firm, just remember that you wouldn't be the first person to recruit someone from their blog. I will even post my resume here so you can see if I fill the requirements of a job with your company. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD MY RESUME
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April 06, 2005
I have been working all week on a special project with some friends.
They are producing a V-Day event at a club here in New York.
They will perform Eve Ensler's Vagina Monologues - a series of short pieces based upon interviews the writer has with women. For her, it is an ongoing process, as she continues to talk to women about their experiences and adds new monologues to the play each year.
From the start, I asked if I could make a vlog to document the process and promote the event.
It is a trial of my idea about making micro documentaries by producing video for web in a modular way which overtime accumulates into a cohesive whole.
The idea is to share creative process -
show what goes into making a work of art, theatre, dance and show it in 'real time' via RSS (or whatever syndication) while creating a document of the process that can function on it's own as a work of art.
Hopefully, whatever reflection and dialog that the web component creates will in some way effect or shape the actuall piece as it being created. Then people can finally get some damn culture on their new blinky portable screen devices. If anyone wants to talk to me about producing something for your project get in touch -
but it has to be something too weird for the bigger screens.
January 30, 2005
The Curse of The Videoblogger Continues
And this is where it all begins to get interesting, folks. A conversation I had with Chris was filmed from several perspectives, one I posted here. Now we get to see Chris' impressions HEREand HERE. And HERE you can see a vlogger in UK watching the the videoblogging conference via live feed on the internet. Another moment I am proud to have been a part of was recorded HERE. I could go on like this for a while but it's already an eyeful.
January 24, 2005
The Curse of The Videoblogger
CLick here to watch
More vloggercon related video. One of the reasons why I have been using the internet for my art is so that I no longer have to think about where I would show or sell my work. I also hoped it would become a collaborative and interactive process, as well. But this already way beyond what I would have ever expected and I have think this is just the beginning of how strange and wonderful it is going to get over time. In this video, I am talking with Chris of Human-Dog. I can't believe the things I hear myself saying. I am not drunk or stoned but certainly feeling altered by all of these strange convergences.