Recent topic I brought up at EyeWash: Should VJs stand while performing? At "real" gigs I usually stand and have my gear on a little keyboard X stand which is a good height for me. I prefer to stand because I feel more active and can dance a little and I don't feel so slumped over a rig. Sometimes of course I'm with a band and they put me up in the lightbooth where usually there is no ceiling height to stand, then of course I sit.... At EyeWash and at most of the local art-vj gigs it is more common to sit at a big folding table piled high with gear like you are at the office. I'm beginning to think this is not so good for the "energy" and the percieved "performance" of the VJ..., but when I brought it up one day "I think we're going to make all VJs stand up while they perform," I got dead-horrified looks like I was totally crazy. Har har har. It's not like they have to stand for hours (like I do when I'm doing a gig), EyeWash art sets are about 45 minutes to an hour. Is this so crazy? is it more common to sit or to stand?