The starred in a promotional video directed by Richard Lester, call "A Hard Day's Night". Which was the main key in the success to the television show known as "The Monkees" (1966-1968) that was created to illustrated songs from the band "Monkees". The started making promotional clips to sell world wide ( mostly ... ... middle of paper ... ...ade to show everyone how good you are at something, may it be playing an instrument, dancing, or even acting. They also create videos to expand how far their music reaches out worldwide. So over the years music videos have evolved from film to digital to being able and take anything you see and post it where the world can view it!
In past society--when the technology wasn’t developed as much as the current society-- it was so hard for people to be a star. The era before the technology development as 21 century, the ways to become famous were for example to be on television or be on the radio because it was one-way entertainment. Now it’s easier to find information online and even share the ideas on Social Network Sites instantly. Among these, the evolution of the web videos made especially possible for that anyone or any ideas can get famous immediately and easily. However, in this website called “Youtube”, there are over 48 hours of video uploaded every one second and only small part of these copious videos go viral.
Professionals in video art and technology joined with professionals in the sound recording industry. The concept of the video jockey, VJ evolved. The term “yeah, I saw that song” was born. Prior to the invention and distribution of cable television, rock and roll music was flourishing. The few television networks limited the convergence of music and television in existence at the time.
You get sound and movement to enhance the overall effect which brings you to see the whole experience. In many interviews the teens did not feel that videos were the best way to go. By looking at photographs it set off a whole lot of memories, not just what happened play by play like a home video. By looking at photographs you can use your imagination and over the years the stories from one picture will grow and change. You don’t have to think when you watch videos but by looking at photographs you search your memory for the details.
The rise of rock’n’roll gave away to a new level of art that continues to resonate. In conclusion, the psychedelic posters of the 1960’s became a symbolic representation of the changes that occurred during the 1960’s. The posters represented nights filled by music and dancing fueled by a free-spirited approach to mind altering drugs. The San Francisco Bay Area was forever changed. The venues that still remain from that time continue to put out posters, places like The Fillmore and The Warfield continue to hand out posters at the end of the show to take home.
Now we need to determine whether or not if video games can be considered as a work of Robach 2 art. Lets look at some of the stories that these video games have created for us. Many video games have created great story lines for a gamer to get themselves attached the the characters in side as if you were watching a movie. Even though there are those games that have no story in them that are j... ... middle of paper ... ...hich you will be playing in for the rest of that game. The artistic works that are to be put in the game are meant to place players right into the action of the game so they can become more in depth of the game.
He wanted to rescue it and apply it to more artistic and educational purposes, as we can see in his work “Do you know how soon artists will have their own TV channels?” (1973), where he dreamt of an art channel for artists. To do this he decides to humanize technology, modifying and changing it, disabling its normal functions, using it as a “canvas” for a free dialectic art pieces. As an artist I greatly admire Nam June Paik, he could understand what was happening in the world after the creation of television and how it affected society as well. He was also the creator of Video art, a medium which is used today by many video artists in different ways such as David Hall and Douglas Gordon.
The movie being created as a satirical movie makes it clearer for people to see how the media really works and what lengths they are willing to go to in order to get as many people interested in their industry as possible. In which was the same with Pierre Delacroix’s goals in creating “ Mantan: The New Millennium Minstrel Show” which was a show that was suppose
You've listened to me insult industry standards imposed by MTV and other music distribution corporations. I also quoted the worlds most dedicated musician agreeing with me. I hope this has inspired you to go out and look for music that really hits the spot, hearing is believing. At one time I didn't know the music scene I'm into even excised, but once I went to a show I was hooked like a guppy. Now I leave it up to you to enjoy what you listen to for a change.
Over the next few years more and more people grew to love these parties for the music and the overall atmosphere. Also more and more electronic artists started to surface. As popular as these events were the truth is without the DJ none of it would have been possible. In the early nineties this growing underground movement started to form slowly in the United States and other countries. These parties soon took on the name of "raves".