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Jodi, or jodi.org, is a collective of two internet artists: Joan Heemskerk (born 1968 in Kaatsheuvel, the Netherlands) and Dirk Paesmans (born 1965 in Brussels, Belgium). Their background is in photography and video art; since the mid-1990s they started to create original artworks for the World Wide Web. A few years later, they also turned to software art and artistic computer game modification.
In 1999 they began the practice of modifying old video games such as Wolfenstein 3D to create art mods like SOD. Their efforts were celebrated in the 1999 Webby Awards where they took top prize in the category of " net art". Jodi used their 5-word acceptance speech (a Webby Award tradition) to criticize the event with the words "Ugly commercial sons of bitches." Further video game modifications soon followed for Quake, Jet Set Willy, and the latest, Max Payne 2 (2006) to create a new set of art games. Jodi's approach to game modification is comparable in many ways to deconstructivism in architecture, because they would disassemble the game to its basic parts, and reassemble it in ways that do not make intuitive sense. One of their more well-known modifications of Quake places the player inside a closed cube with swirling black-and-white patterns on each side. The pattern is the result of a glitch in the game engine discovered by the artists, presumably, through trial and error; it is generated live as the Quake engine tries, and fails, to visualize the interior of a cube with black-and-white checked wallpaper.
Since 2002, they have been in what has been called their "Screen Grab" period, making video works by recording the computer monitor's output while working, playing video games, or coding. Jodi's "Screen Grab" period began with the four-screen video installation My%Desktop (2002), which premiered at the Plugin Media Lab in Basel. The piece appeared to depict mammoth Mac OS 9 computers running amok: opening windows cascaded across the screen, error messages squawked, and files replicated themselves endlessly. But this was not a computer gone haywire, but a computer user gone haywire. To make this video, Jodi simply pointed-and-clicked and dragged-and-dropped so frantically, it seemed that no human could be in control of such chaos. As graphics exploded across the screen, the viewer gradually realized that what had initially appeared to be a computer glitch was really the work of an irrational, playful, or crazed human.
Jodi is a 1999 Tamil romantic musical film directed by Praveen Gandhi and produced by Murali Manohar. The film features Prashanth and Simran in the lead roles, with Vijayakumar, Nassar and Srividya playing other pivotal roles. The film's soundtrack is composed by A.R. Rahman, mostly featuring music re-used from his own earlier soundtrack for the Hindi film Doli Saja Ke Rakhna. Due to Rahman's unavailability, Praveen Gandhi signed Sabesh-Murali to quickly compose the background score of the film. The film opened in September 1999 to positive reviews and became a commercially successful venture.
Jodi may refer to:
- Jodi Albert (born 1983), English actress
- Jodi Anderson (born 1957), American heptathlete
- Jodi Ann Paterson (born 1975), American model, actress and former beauty queen
- Jodi Applegate (born 1964), American news anchor
- Jodi Benson (born 1961), American voice actress and singer
- Jodi Brown (born 1981), New Zealand international netball representative
- Jodi Carlisle (born 1960), American actress
- Jodi Eichelberger (21st century), puppeteer, writer, director, and composer
- Jodi Forrest (21st century), American stage and voice actress
- Jodi Gordon (born 1985), Australian actress and model
- Jodi Hosterman (21st century), southern gospel performer
- Jodi Huisentruit (born 1968), television news anchor
- Jodi Kantor (born 1975), American journalist
- Jodi Leigh Miller (born 1972), American female bodybuilder and figure competitor
- Jodi Long (born 1954), Asian American actress
- Jodi Lyn O'Keefe (born 1978), American actress and model
- Jodi Magness (21st century), American biblical scholar
- Jodi Martin (born 1976), Australian singer-songwriter
- Jodi McKay (born 1969), Australian politician and television presenter
- Jodi Phillis (born 1965), Australian singer-songwriter
- Jodi Picoult (born 1967), American author
- Jodi Proznick (21st century), Canadian jazz bassist
- M. Jodi Rell (born 1946), Governor of Connecticut
- Jodi Santamaria (born 1982), Filipina actress
- Jodi Shilling (born 1979), American actress
- Jodi Thelen (born 1962), American actress
- Jodi Thomas (21st century), American author
- Jodi Tymeson (21st century), Member of the Iowa House of Representatives
- Jodi Vaughan (born 1950), country singer, songwriter, recording artist and television performer
- Jodi White (21st century), Canadian journalist
- Jodi Wille (21st century), book editor, filmmaker, and photographer
- Jodi (art collective), a pair of artists responsible for the website jodi.org
- Jodi (1999 film), Tamil film
- Jodi (2001 film), Kannada-language film
- Jodi Number One, reality dance show
- Jodi Lerner, a fictional character on the television series The L Word
Jodi is a 2001 Indian Kannada musical - comedy film directed by Kishore Sarja and produced by Rockline Venkatesh. The film features Shivarajkumar, Jaggesh and Poonam in the lead roles.
The film was a remake of director Rajasenan's Malayalam film Darling Darling (2000) starring Vineeth, Dileep and Kavya Madhavan in the lead roles.