Jackie Passmore is a talented VJ touring with Ladytron (and, in spring 2006, Stereolab). There are some talented genes in this family: her brother was the lead programmer of Acid. (Sorry, not the other Acid I was thinking of.) Thanks to sponsorship from Korg, she accompanies her Apple laptop with a Korg video mixer and microKONTROL keyboard. The heart of the setup is the superb Vidvox GRID2 software; Vidvox has a great interview with Jackie. (Watch for our own profile here soon.)


Vidvox Featured Artists: Jackie Passmore


Below: Jackie in China with Ladytron, showing off her rig. (Thanks, Jackie!)


  • robotz

    I think that's ACiD, the famous ANSIart group, not the commercial music software.
    http://www.acid.org/

  • jackiepassmore

    Hey there- Yes, my little brother Grant Passmore did write some 90s tracker programs but the ACID I referred to was ANSI art supergroup ACID. Thanks x

    From his site:
    "I am very happy to report that some of my work in the art-scene is now available as part of the Dark Domain DVD Underground Art Scene Retrospective released by ACiD Productions. This includes source code to many of my applications! Exciting!

    More: I have been told that my work in the BBS scene of the late 80s and 90s is part of both the new BBS Documentary Film (3-part series DVD) and the BBS Historical Library. I think this is very neat! Thanks!"

    Grant Passmore: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/moment/

    Dark Domain DVD http://www.acid.org/darkdomain/

    BBS doc: http://www.bbsdocumentary.com/

  • jackiepassmore

    Hey there- Yes, my little brother Grant Passmore did write some 90s tracker programs but the ACID I referred to was ANSI art supergroup ACID. Thanks x

    From his site:
    "I am very happy to report that some of my work in the art-scene is now available as part of the Dark Domain DVD Underground Art Scene Retrospective released by ACiD Productions. This includes source code to many of my applications! Exciting!

    More: I have been told that my work in the BBS scene of the late 80s and 90s is part of both the new BBS Documentary Film (3-part series DVD) and the BBS Historical Library. I think this is very neat! Thanks!"

    Grant Passmore: http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/moment/

    Dark Domain DVD http://www.acid.org/darkdomain/

    BBS doc: http://www.bbsdocumentary.com/

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