VJam Theory updates

++ Updates from VJ Theory project ++

VJ Theory.net intends to develop a community actively discussing and reflecting on philosophy and theory related with Vjing, performed media and realtime interaction.


At last the book VJam Theory: Collective Writings on Realtime Visual Performance is ready and available for purchase. For those of you who don’t know, the book is the outcome of our third experiment in collective theoretical writing, VJam Theory. You will find on the website the necessary information to buy the book online: http://www.vjtheory.net/realtime_books/vjam_theory.htm

The original transcript will continue to be available at VJ Theory website for free: http://www.vjtheory.net/vjamtheory.html


VJ Theory will be publishing new texts online on a monthly basis, through a period between October 2008 and March 2009. At the end of this period, realtime books will publish a print version of these texts (as many people have requested).

We are also attempting to make the site less Anglo-Americocentric. We will be publishing non English versions of the texts (whenever possible), in order to make the site multilingual. Should you have a text that you would like us to publish please get in touch. If anyone would like to translate some work we would also like to hear from you.

Our email address: vjtheory [at] yahoo.co.uk


We are also establishing a mailing list. Instructions on subscribing are available on the first page of VJ Theory web site (http://www.vjtheory.net).

In this way you will be kept up to date on new work appearing online, events and discussions on and off line.

As usual, should you have any suggestions for projects or essays you would like us to publish then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Best Regards,

Ana and Brendan