. you can find here all the info and files you need to exhibit / screen re_potemkin:a copyleft crowdsourcing free/open source project_ by .-_-.
. you can jump to the related by using the links below_
.you can exhibit / screen .re_potemkin: a copyleft crowdsourcing free/open source project_ as a part of an exihibition / event or on its own, as you wish. .re_potemkin is .copyleft!_ and you are free(as in freedom:)) to do whatever you like with it, even make money by getting donations, it is up to you_
.if you want to exhibit it the way it should be, you can contact the artist and if the conceptual framework of the exhibition/screening and the way you exhibit the work is approved as appropriate for this work by .-_-. you can have your event listed and announced on this official website_
.the videos shouldn’t be converted to any proprietary format other than the featured free/open ogg theora video format_
.the videos should run on a computer with a free/open operation system installed. many linux distributions are ok for this but not MACs or windows PCs_
.the name of the project, artist and all of the other credits as well as the .copyleft!_ notice should be mentioned on the label or on other info texts_
.the event should be free (not only free as in freedom but also free as in “free beer”:)) for all the visitors. but of course you can make money, just put a .donate?_ box and you can have all the money you will collect_ you don’t have to share any amount of donations with the artist, but if you think that you should, you can share the donations with the artist or any of those credited for the project by contacting .-_-. . you can also donate any amount of this money(or whatever donated) to anybody else or any foundation. just announce where the donations will go with a notice next to .donate?_ box as explained here and that’s it. check out the project .donate?_ by .-_-.
.if this work is a part of an event and if you want to charge the audience for the event, then you can put a .donate?_box again but also you must put .f.REeFUND checks_ next to it, so that those people who has experienced the work as a part the event they paid for, can get back some of the money they paid. the monetary value of a .f.REeFUND check_ can be calculated as the total entrance fee divided by the number of works/experiences at that event. for example, if the regular entrance fee is 10e and there are 10 works/experiences at an event, then the monetary value of one .f.REeFUND check_ is 1e. the audience should declare the .f.REeFUND check_ and their ticket to have it marked so that it cannot be used to get the refund for the second time and can get back1/10 of the fee written on the ticket, which is 1e for this example. check out the project .f.REeFUND check_ by .-_-. .this is important if you want your event listed and announced on this site since this is a part of the conceptual framework of the work_
. these are the important points about the conceptual framework of .re_potemkin: a copyleft crowdsourcing free/open source cinema project for the artist. if you agree with these basics your event will be listed and announced on this site. but you are also free to do whatever you like with the work, since it is .copyleft!_
1) .download all of the three files ( with a total size of 2.08GB) below by right clicking each of them. do not click on them because they will start to play if you do so and they are too big for online playback. they are the master files you will use when exhibiting / screening the work_
01.pls the playlist file which will play the two files below back to back for 18 times allowing a continuous screening of slightly more than 24 hours_
pod.ogv the master file for Potemkin Divided (re_potemkin Habib Bolat edit)
rep.ogv the master file for .re_potemkin vs potemkin_ (re_potemkin .-_-. edit)
3) burn the .iso image file for geexbox you have downloaded on stage 2, to a cd or dvd.
4) booth your computer with the geexbox dvd you have burned, inside. (choose “boot from cd/dvd” from your computer’s bios settings, if geexbox doesn’t boot). the cd/dvd will be ejected when geexbox boots. you can take it out, you won’t need it until the next boot.
5) copy all of the three files you have downloaded on stage 1 to a usb flash disk (or another usb mass storage device) and plug this in on your computer_
6) choose “play” from the first geexbox menu you see and then choose “play file…” from the next menu. you will see the list of hard disk(s), CD/DVD rom(s) and the name of the usb mass storage device you have plugged in from the usb port on stage 5. choose your usb mass storage device and you will see the names of the three files you have downloaded on stage 1 and transferred to a usb mass storage device on stage 5.
7) choose 01.pls and the two videos will start playing on full screen back to back continuously for over 24 hours.
8 ) you can press “esc” button your keyboard and choose “exit” from the menu you will see to turn the system off. you can follow the steps starting with booting the computer when the geexbox cd/dvd in to start the screening again.
. you can use the poster below for the installation_
.right click here to save the scalable vector graphics (.svg) file for the poster for the installation. you will need to have the GNU FreeFont installed on your system_
.you can use the info below for the label, which is also available as ODF text document(.odt) and portable document format (.pdf), which is an open standart since July 1, 2008_
.click here to download ODF text document(.odt) to modify it according to your label template_
.click here to download portable document format (.pdf) to use the preferred template that uses GNU FreeFont_
.re_potemkin: a copyleft crowdsourcing free/open source cinema project_
a .f.reep_ project by .-_-. , 2006
.re_potemkin vs potemkin_ (re_potemkin .-_-. edit)
by .-_-. 2008, 74’50’’
Potemkin Divided (re_potemkin Habib Bolat edit)
by Habib Bloat, 2008, 7’46’’
.copyleft!_ .f.reep(http://f.reep.httpdot.net/), 2006
.you are free to appropriate the related content as long as you use a copyleft license to redistribute. however giving credits and choosing free/open formats are nice_ (http://httpdot.net/copyleft_)
Video: Abdullah Müslümanoğlu, Ali Burak, Alp Özaydın, Alper Marangoz, Asena Hayal, Aslı Arslanberk, Aslı Türkeli, Ayşe Utku, Başak Girgin, Begüm Kaytan, Berkay Tunalı, Burcu Kalaycıoğlu, Cansın Bozoğlu, Cansu Taştan, Cihan Dandul, Çağrı Yenen, Demet Doğan, Derya Aydoğan, Didem Önder, Doruk sağlam, Elif Dikeç, Elvan Aksoy, Emek Kızıltaş, Enes Bilgin, Enis Gümüş, Esra Sağır, Esra Sever, Evrensel Derman, Evrim Tüzün, Eylül Biçer, Eylül Köksümer, Fatma Begüm Akkökler, Fatma Yazıcı, Ferit Katipoğlu, Georgious Marinakis, Gizem Malçok, Gizem Oylumlu, Görkem Özalp, Gül Batırbaygil, Gülsev Vardarlı, Gülşah Altınkaya, Gülşah Kaya, Halil Yüce, Hande Taş, Harika Halat, Hasan Meten, Hatice Pırıl Yüksel, Işılay Olgun,İpek Akahmet, Kamil Emre Güvener, Kenan Yılmaz, Kerem Günay, Koray Işık, Leyla Yıldız, Manolya Varılcı, Mehmet Can Koçak, Melek Şahin, Melis Haşim, Meltem Ural, Meral Yıldırım, Mert Öztekin, Mert Ülkümen, Murat Çelikkol, Mutlu Öztürk, Nihat Kayhan, Osman Can Karacı, Oykan Atay, Ozan Mutlu, Ozan Özfen, Ozan Yılmaz, Ömer Uzun, Önder Çevik, Özge Genç, Pelin Çakaloz, Pelin Demir, Pelin Soyluoğlu, Poyraz Tütüncü, Reyhan Oksay, Selin Tuncer, Semih Purde, Serpil Demir, Serra Girgin, Sevdiye Kosovalı, Sibel Ay, Tuğrul Savaşçı, Yasemin Yıldırım, Yonca Karakaş, Zeynep Kamaoğlu
Music: Ali Chatrzakin, Burak Sevinç, Efe Ekşioğlu, Efecan Tuncer, Gökhan Ulutan, Güven Türkmen, Hasan Meten, İhsan Özmen, İrfan Keçebaşoğlu, Levent Canen, Mehmet Özen, Memet Ali Yıldırım, Murat Fatih Belli, Mustafa Olgan, Orhun Sevindik, Ozan Güncü, Serkan Çiftçi, Şeref Dedeoğlu, Yeliz Yüksel, Yiğit Başeğmez
Sound Design: Hasan Meten, Serkan Çiftçi
Intertitle and Credits Design: Murat Çelikkol
Translation: Damla Ekin Toker
Web Site & Poster Design:Cansu Taştan, Cansın Bozoğlu