In the context of the exhibition »Radical Software. The Raindance Foundation, Media Ecology and Video Art« Randall Packer, Associate Professor of Networked Art and multimedia artist himself, holds a lecture on the history of social broadcasting and the experimental video movement that brought about a radical departure from traditional, hierarchical forms of mainstream media and television.
Since the 1980s, multimedia artist, composer, writer, and educator Randall Packer has worked at the intersection of interactive media, live performance, and networked art. He holds an MFA and PhD in music composition, and has taught multimedia at the University of California Berkeley, Maryland Institute College of Art, American University, California Institute of the Arts, Johns Hopkins University, and most recently at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore.Videodokumentation:
ZKM | Videostudio
Kamera: Martina Rotzal
Schnitt: Benedict Meyer