A seven-day participatory media exhibit and real time documentary that promotes conversation and retrospect by and with the fans of musical artists Incubus. It features the band, their music and interaction with their fans. The live broadcast highlights the artistic journey of Incubus from its first album to date to the present. They band welcomes fans and new conversations into their lives while sharing this time capsule collectively. The documentary features archival footage, which includes exclusive interviews juxtaposed with live video portraits. Ultimately, the purpose of the program is to incite reflection for both fans and artists and embraces the future as one voice. Included in the documentary is an exhibit whereby Incubus welcomes old and new friends into their home, their lives and their creative process.
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Incubus HQ Live was a participatory media exhibit and real-time documentary by American rock band Incubus in collaboration with Sony Music Entertainment and producer/director Marc Scarpa. Held in the summer of 2011, it allowed unprecedented fan access and interaction with the band as they prepared for the release of their seventh studio album, If Not Now, When? From June 30 to July 6 in a warehouse space in West Los Angeles, California, band members Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger, Jose Pasillas, Ben Kenney and DJ Kilmore and their fans participated in instrument clinics, question and answer sessions, video chats and large art canvases where both band members and fans alike were encouraged to share original artwork. Each night, Incubus performed a fan created set-list, starting with their earliest material and culminating on the last night with a performance of If Not Now, When? in its entirety. Events throughout the day and the nightly performances were streamed over the web from multiple points of view while participants from around the world shared in the experience through Twitter, Facebook, Livestream, TweetBeam and YouTube. The broadcast was viewed by nearly 2 million people over the course of the week.