Remixes by DTC 101
These are remixes made by students in DTC 101. They used materials in the public domain and items licensed for reuse under Creative Commons. These remixes document the outcome of a class experiment to think critically and creatively about how copyright laws structure the parameters of free culture.
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In this remix/short film you will see and hear the opening attacks and atrocities committed by the Nazi and Japanese forces in World War 2. The sounds and sights are uncensored, providing the full immersion into the events that unfolded. It attempts…
Bookbindings meshed into a collage of moving still images. One still image in the middle that stands out to the audience with the whole picture bordered to focus into the middle of eyes.
A remix of pictures of drawing and tapestry, historical photos, and pictures from today; serve as a light political satire.
Collage of the life of a college student and what is to come after graduation.
All images taken from public library or records
Betty flies to Japan to do a show, and sings the title number. She then dons a kimono, and sings it again in Japanese. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Language_All_My_Own)
This remix shows a boy drawing his imaginations
Exploring the idea of space exploration
A short video remixing photo assets with