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Dérive @ Espace (im) média [ca Quebec]

Dérive @ Espace [im] média by François Quévillon :: until September 18, 2011 :: Outdoor interactive projection near the Marché the la Gare, 720 Place de la Gare, Sherbrooke, Quebec J1H 0E9, Canada.

Presented outdoors during Sherbrooke’s Espace [IM] Média festival, Dérive is a networked interactive installation by François Quévillon that invites the public to explore 3D models of urban spaces that are transformed according to environmental data collected in real time on the Web.

This first version of the installation presents 3D point clouds of Orleans (France), New York (USA), Sherbrooke and Montreal (Quebec, Canada) that were realized by the use of photogrammetry and geomatic data. Continue reading


Sep 12, 20:08
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“Urban Rhythms” by Jody Zellen

Urban Rhythms will be an artwork for the iPhone, iPad and Android platforms. I have been fortunate to have already received two grants for the development of the project; an Investing in Artists Grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation and an Artist Fellowship from the City of Santa Monica. These funds plus any others I accrue will be used to adapt the project for the iPad and Android devices and to integrate my data visualization project, The Unemployed into the App.

This artwork continues my investigations into the relationship between hand drawn and computer generated figures and consists of a series of interactive animations where viewers can add figures to the mobile device’s screen and direct their movements and interactions by shaking the device or moving their finger over the screen. Continue reading


Sep 9, 17:43
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Live Stage: Invisible Istanbul [tr Istanbul]

Invisible Istanbul: Captured Images by Tamiko Thiel + Invisible Istanbul: Urban Dynamics by PATTU Istanbul (Cem Kozar & Işıl Ünal) — AR intervention in the Istanbul Biennial :: September 18, 2011; 2:00 pm :: Look for the yellow “Invisible Istanbul” logo at the cafe in front of Antrepot 5/Sanat Limani, Istanbul Biennial.

Invisible Istanbul is the first Augmented Reality (AR) Intervention into the Istanbul Biennial, using GPS positioning to place virtual artworks within the real physical space of Istanbul and the Biennial, creating surrealistic and poetic juxtapositions between real and virtual within the context of the hidden urban dynamics of Istanbul. Continue reading


Sep 9, 14:50
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neomaflux [tr Istanbul]

neomaflux by Troy Innocent + Indae Hwang :: Part of UNCONTAINABLE: Terra Virtualis — Curated by The Australian Centre of Virtual Art (ACVA)
 @ ISEA2011 :: September 14 – October 14, 2011 :: Nuru Ziya Suites, Istanbul.

noemaflux describes an act of shifting perception. In this work it is centered on the experience of an augmented reality to enable new experiences of urban space and different ways of seeing the city. This experience is constructed via a network of relationships that connect AR markers, urban space, generative writing systems and abstract virtual spaces.

Players use mobile devices explore streets and laneways and find nine signs integrated into the urban environment. Continue reading


Sep 9, 12:39
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“Urban Echo” by LUSTlab

[via Network Research] Urban Echo — by LUSTlab — brings some of (the physicality of our interaction) back to real locations, connecting public places and therefore people, cities and cultures. Continue reading


Sep 2, 21:04
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Live Stage: Beyond Locative [tr Istanbul]

ISEA Istanbul — Beyond Locative: Media Arts after the Spatial Turn with Marc Tuters, Tris­tan Thiel­mann, Mark Shep­ard, Michiel de Lange :: Sep­tem­ber, 20, 2011; 9:00 – 10:30 am :: Sa­banci Cen­ter Room 4, Lev­ent.

William Gib­son no longer writes about cy­ber­space in the fu­ture, but in­stead about loca­tive art in the atem­po­ral pre­sent. Hav­ing emerged in the mid-’00’s from media arts, loca­tive media are now part of the con­sumer tech­nol­ogy and pop­u­lar cul­ture. This panel dis­cusses the value of this con­cept in re­la­tion to de­bates at the in­ter­sec­tion of ur­ban­ism and media stud­ies, and con­sid­ers the (non)ex­is­tence of a loca­tive avant-garde. Continue reading


Aug 22, 20:48
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Interception 3: Vandalism Against Surveillance

The Interception series of actions consists of the illegal interception of CCTV cameras monitoring urban areas. Continue reading


Aug 5, 17:01
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Situationist Drawing Device

“The Situationist Drawing Device is a backpack-sized mechanism for recording the experience of landscape. Designed by Ji Soo Han and Paul Ornsby, and operating by way of mirrors, the Device “records a journey taken in an altered state of perception through drawing.” It is an “intermediary and interpretative tool,” the designers add, one that stands between the human body and the landscape it exists within and explores.” [via]


Jul 29, 19:53
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PDPal – Mapping Without Terrain

PDPal – Mapping Without Terrain (2002-’04) by Julian Bleecker, Marina Zurkow , Scott Paterson, now part of Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects, MOMA.

To cover the world, to cross it in every direction, will only ever be to know a few square meters of it… tiny incursions into disembodied vestiges, small incidental excitements, improbable quests congealed in a mawkish haze a few details of which will remain in our memory. And with these, the sense of the world’s concreteness… no longer as a journey having constantly to be remade, nor the illusion of a conquest, but as the rediscovery of a meaning, the perceiving that the earth is a form of writing, a geography of which we had forgotten that we ourselves are the authors.” – Georges Perec, Species of Spaces

PDPal was a series of public art projects for the Palm™ PDA, mobile phone and the web. It has pushed at the notion of mapping, attempting to transform your everyday activities and urban experiences into a dynamic city that you write. Continue reading


Jul 21, 16:01
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“Gap” by Dušica Dražić [hr Zagreb]

Gap by Dušica Dražić :: June 28 – July 10, 2011 :: 15 Kordunska Street, 5th floor, 0-24h, Zagreb, Croatia.

Today, artist Dušica Dražić starts her two-week performance Gap as part of the eleventh UrbanFestival. She conceptualised Gap as an experiment: she will move into the apartment in 15 Kordunska Street, remove the front door and open the space to everyone – for stopping by, coffee, work or stay; at any time of day, regardless of her presence or absence. In the period from her moving in until July 10, we invite you to visit this neither- private- nor- public space in Kordunska and to spend time in the gap. Continue reading


Jun 28, 15:46
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