Monitoring and Analysing Remixing John Arroyo, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire http://www.johnarroyo.com/files/thesis/JohnArroyo-EvolvingTheRemix.pdf Original Music: ‘Canons for Larry’ Origin: New York, USA Remixed: 16 Times 16 People ? Countries See Next Slide fro Details
Canons for Larry Canons 123*10 Temporal Remix Minor Melodrama mindthegap Electro Trash RemixMind the Dub Canons 123 Ruoho Ruotsi Reshape cogParsec Remix Chopper Remix Frame Rectification SensorTermination Shock Canons for Lisa (Shock and Awe) DodgeRuohoCaruso eQormxSalva Me Parma 0 1 2 3 4 5 Generation In This Case: Further Sharing and Use Original Idea and Subsequent Works Built On and Transformed
To Get an Idea of the Remixes Go to: http://www.remixin.com/remixtree/51http://www.remixin.com/remixtree/51 Play 20 seconds of: Generation 0: Canons for Larry Generation 2: Parsec Remix Generation 5: Canons for Lisa (Shock and Awe)
Make Donate Wait Receive Recombine Redistribute Two Phases in Peer to Peer Sharing
Intrinsic Motivation and Happiness competence autonomy relatedness Source: Ryan, R.M and Deci, E.L. (2000), American Psychologist, 55(1), 68-78.
Group Collaborative Creativity pleasure (the sense of self as an active creative agent) to feel an active participant (in dialogues and communities) a wish to be recognised (in a community of interesting people) Source: ‘Making is Connecting’ by David Gauntlet
Want to find people, groups, communities to: Talk with Interview Take questionnaires Contact us with suggestions or if you’d like to participate firstname.lastname@example.org What motivates people to share their creative work for others to reuse ? City University, 6 month study for Masters Dissertation by Stephen Clulow, Supervised by Fiona Patterson (Psychology), Sara Jones (HCI) What motivates us to share when it’s unclear: if our work will be used how it will be used & there’s no tangible reward