An insight into border-crossing in a borderless space, Tijuana Calling is an on-line exhibition that features five commissioned projects by artists living on both sides of the border Mexico and the U.S.
You are invited to share a meal with New Yorkers connected by mobile technology.
The two host sites are New York based ITP Camp, Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU and Furtherfield. The goal is to create a co-present experience where two remote groups will share a meal mediated by sonified objects embedded with smartphones. We aim to create a satisfying remote experience through a dinner party. As food is the greatest mediator.
in absentia is a site-specific web-based project by J. R. Carpenter presented by Dare-Dare. in absentia hacks the Google Maps API to address issues of gentrification and its erasures in the Mile End neighbourhood of Montreal. A satellite view of the neighbourhood is haunted by postcard stories to and from former tenants forced out of the neighbourhood by economically motivated decisions made in their absence.
Cityscapes enables people to share experiences of places where they live, have or might have lived. It reflects shared physical and imaginative space. Its theoretical basis resides in locative art and pyschogeography. The camera and descriptive text are its locative technologies; the pyschogeography are the spaces we inhabit. Browser-based, it embeds mapping software and geographical locating services in a wiki framework. It is built entirely on open source.
This internet based communication tool for discussing environmental affairs acknowledges by its structure the "importance of participation in any meaningful solutions that can be imagined". It offers viewers a variety of ways to retrieve and redistribute conversations from the archive in the form of straight transcripts or a visual replay (with speed control) of the chat through the interface. Viewers can speed-read for an overview of the discussion or take their time and follow up links. Eco-scope was featured in Ecomedia, a touring show exploring 'Ecological Strategies in Today's Art'.
The Games for Cities programme is hosting the first international conference with leading ‘city-game’ design experts from around the world. Games for Cities is an initiative started by Play the City...
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