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16 APRIL 2013

Moniker: agency behind Light Light's crowd-sourced music video Kilo

"Moniker is an Amsterdam based design studio founded in 2012 by Luna Maurer, Jonathan Puckey and Roel Wouters. ... The studio works across various media for a diverse range of clients ranging from those in the cultural field to commercial companies. ... we explore the social effects of technology – how we use technology and how it influences our daily lives. Often, we ask the public to take part in the development of our projects. The resulting projects expand and grow like plants, displaying their inner organisational process."

[The studio is responsible for the interactive music video "Kilo" performed by Dutch quartet Light Light (http://www.lightlight.nl/) aka Björn Ottenheim & Daan Schinkel of zZz and Alexandra Duvekot & Thijs Havens of Sælors.]

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2012 • Alexandra Duvekot • Amsterdamautonomous • Bjorn Ottenheim • commissioned work • computer cursor • continuous series • crowd-sourced music video • crowdsourcing • Daan Schinkel • design studioDutchever-changing • expand and grow • experimental workflocking algorithmfollow other usersgenerative design • how we use technology • interactive design • interactive music video • Jonathan Puckey • Kilo (song) • Light Light (band) • ludic intervention • Luna Maurer • Moniker (studio)music videonetwork societyorganisational processparticipative mediaparticipatory Internet media • point and click • pointer • quartet • Roel Wouters • Saelors (duo) • shared experiencesocial effects of technology • take part • Thijs Havens • video work • zZz (duo)

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Simon Perkins
14 DECEMBER 2011

Electronic Hybridity: The Persistent Processes of the Vernacular Web

"While mass–mediated communication technologies have empowered the institutional, participatory media offer powerful new channels through which the vernacular can express its alterity. However, alternate voices do not emerge from these technologies untouched by their means of production. Instead, these communications are amalgamations of institutional and vernacular expression. In this situation, any human expressive behavior that deploys communication technologies suggests a necessary complicity. Insofar as individuals hope to participate in today's electronically mediated communities, they must deploy the communication technologies that have made those communities possible. In so doing, they participate in creating a telectronic world where mass culture may dominate, but an increasing prevalence of participatory media extends into growing webs of network–based folk culture. "

(Robert Glenn Howard, 2008)

1). Robert Glenn Howard (2008). "Electronic Hybridity: The Persistent Processes of the Vernacular Web" Journal of American Folklore, Volume 121, Number 480, Spring 2008, pp. 192–218. DOI: 10.1353/jaf.0.0012

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Simon Perkins
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