David Niles White |
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
If you’re not one of the millions who’ve seen Ze Frank’s How to Dance Properly, it’s time to finally take the plunge.
Ze Frank is one of the most creative and enigmatic people working in digital media. He’s also just plain funny. His work could arguably be among the most viewed and participated-in content ever created. He is known as a performance artist, humorist, composer, and speaker, including multiple appearances at the prestigious TED conferences. For millions of followers and fans who know him through his experiments in online interactivity, social media, and audience participation, this installment of Creative Inspirations reveals the man himself as he explains his unique point of view, his thought processes, and what spurs him on.
Ze sat down with us for three days of candid conversation. We touched on his ivy league education in neuroscience to his orchestrating a real-time, virtual game of Twitter Bingo for thousands of twitterers, and lots of stuff in between.
On a daily basis, Ze seeks to stretch the limits of social media, audience participation, and online experiences. He has boundless energy and I can’t figure out if he ever sleeps. Strap in, Sports Racers, and enjoy the ride.
Tags: Documentaries, Ze Frank
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