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[YASMIN] Of Flashmobs, Foursquare and Facades…..

[YASMIN] Kartharine S. Mills wrote:

In the discussion on hybrid spaces, an earlier post from Martin and Dimitiris (20 July) talked about The synchronous experience of a mobile spatial interface and of the non-mediated physical environment, a hybrid spatial experience, material (space determined by material elements) and immaterial space (determined by digitally produced representations) are merging. This is a useful starting point and there is no doubt that the physical spaces we inhabit and move through are now mediated with technologies; they are hybrid spaces. Yet it seems to me that we are finding it difficult to move beyond the rhetoric and to really respond to the challenge of how to engage with these hybrid cities as designers and how to understand the new behaviours that are emerging in these layered spaces. Below I introduce some of my own thoughts and questions on this topic. Continue reading


Oct 16, 10:14
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LPDT2 (La Plissure du Texte 2)

LPDT2 is a reworking of Roy Ascott’s 1983 work La Plissure du Texte (The Pleating of the Text) in Second Life. [via Network Research]


Oct 15, 21:30
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The Climate Wall


Oct 15, 20:53
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“Escape the Overcode” by Brian Holmes


Oct 15, 20:41
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Projection-Mapping on 600 year old clock [cz Prague]

Cyborg Prospecting: An Interview with Tim Maly

[Image: Nullalux/Emily] Cyborg Prospecting: An Interview with Tim Maly by Greg J. Smith on Current Intelligence:

The Cyborg at 50: Greg J. Smith interviews Quiet Babylon author and cyborgian Tim Maly on technology, flesh and fiction.

TIM MALY is the author of Quiet Babylon, a blog dedicated to exploring technology, culture and warped futurism. Exactly fifty years ago scientists Manfred Clynes and Nathan Kline introduced the term “cyborg” to describe beings with both biological and artificial components. To celebrate this anniversary, Maly commissioned 50 Posts About Cyborgs from a diverse group of multidisciplinary thinkers. The results include ruminations on mediated environments, arboreta, gaming and even Kanye West. In the midst of coordinating this avalanche of content, Maly took some time to chat with me about gadgets, the body and speculative fiction. Read the interview here.


Oct 15, 19:42
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Live Stage: Peter Traub [za Johannesburg + online]

Upgrade! Johannesburg Remote No 3: Peter Traub (based in Charlottesville, Virginia, US) :: October 27, 2010; 6:30 – 7:00 pm (South African Time) :: Digital Arts Seminar Room, Digital Arts Convent Building, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (directions) + streamed live.

In this remote lecture Peter will talk about several of his recent pieces that focus on using physical, virtual, and hybrid spaces as compositional tools. The pieces span several mediums, from online installation to dance performance to site-specific physical installation. He will also discuss and demonstrate the tools, both software and hardware, that he used to create the works. Continue reading


Oct 15, 19:22
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Daniel Peltz + Paul Notzold [us Cambridge, MA]

Of, By, and For: New Work by Daniel Peltz and Paul Notzold — Two new urban interventions :: until November 19, 2010 :: Cambridge Arts Council, 344 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Cambridge, MA.

Of, By, and For presents two models of artistic intervention into urban life that examine city structure, site, and community. Though they represent distinct working methods, both projects concern ideas of mobility, communication, control, and the visibility of authority in city spaces. As artists, Peltz and Notzold are as much producers of context as content, creating situations that encourage action and dialogue. Continue reading


Oct 15, 13:56
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In the Mud and Blood of Networks

In the Mud and Blood of Networks: An Interview with Graham Harwood by Anthony Iles, Mute Magazine:

Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji (YoHA) build contraptions that expose and collapse down the productive chains linking telecommunications media to some of the raw materials that constitute them. In this interview with Anthony Iles however, Harwood rejects theoretical discourses of resistance in favour of a more direct and technical method of ‘action research’ which skirts art and politics.

In the 1990s Graham Harwood’s work with the media arts and education group Mongrel plotted a characteristically antagonistic approach to cultural hybridity and the social uses of technology. Continue reading


Oct 14, 21:24
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