AIM: Supply / Demand gathers practitioners from art and industry to discuss
the metamorphosis of Audio Visual Media in general and the opportunities
of on-demand distribution.
While the film and music industries are constantly discussing the opportunities of new technologies, Supply/Demand aims
to focus on the needs and the experiences of independent and
experimental electronic artists. Bringing together scholars, media
aggregators and distributors, and artists (musicians and composers, film
makers, video artists, sound artists) Supply / Demand asks:
How can artists make use of new channels of distribution? How can
artists contribute to emerging protocols of distribution?
Supply / Demand launched in March 2013 as a series of panel discussions
organized by Alexis Bhagat and Victoria Keddie, produced by ESP TV
presented at the Museum of Art and Design in Manhattan.
Pt 1: RADIO -> INTERNET, March 14, 2013
Panelists: Jonathan Jay (Studio X-Seattle) Jon Anderson (Director of Broadcast Journalism, Department of
Television and Radio, CUNY), Tom Roe, Artistic Director of WaveFarm. Moderated by Alexis Bhagat, ((audience))
Curated listening: Jason Candler, August Sound Coalition and Cascadia Free Radio.
(Part I "set out from utopia". Read a recap here.)
Pt 2: CABLE ACCESS: DEAD OR ALIVE, April 17, 2013
Panelists: Jaime Davidovich (artist, The Live! Show), Jamie Mohr
(Vermont Cable Access, Bunnybrains), Chuck Stern (MNN programmer),
Nancy Cain (Videofreex), and Ashby Lee Collinson (artist, Princess
Dies). Each panelist also presented a short video. Moderated by
Victoria Keddie, ESP TV.
Pt 3: MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES at MAD Museum took place on May 8, 2013
Some key panelists could not attend. This date was folded into ESP TVs live taping series.