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Calibrated Cuisine: Mobile to Mobile Dinner Party

Calibrated Cuisine: Mobile to Mobile Dinner Party :: June 18, 2011; 4:00 – 7:00 pm :: Furtherfield, 71 Ashfield Road Unit A2, London + ITP Camp, Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University, NYC.

You are invited to share a meal with New Yorkers connected by mobile technology. 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.

The event is limited to 4 diners! If you would like to be a telematic dinner guest, contact Pollie Barden at pollie.barden [at] gmail.com.

The Schedule:

4pm – 5pm – “Get you know you” Workshop – you will be creating sonified object using smartphones with Skype to connect with your London counterpart.

5:00 pm – 5:30pm – Preparation – heat up food and prepare for the dinner

5:30 pm – 6:30pm – Collaborative Dining – you will be sharing a meal and hosting your remote guest through the object your built for them conversely you will be hosted by your London counterpart.

6:30pm – 7:00pm – After dinner drinks and interviews – Marco and Giana will interview you about your experience during the workshop and the dinner.

Full Details of the Workshop/Dinner Party:

London Facilitators: Pollie Barden and Brittany Lind
NYC Facilitators: Marco Castro and Giana Gonzalez Workshop Supplies

What you will need to bring

Technology

  • Smartphone: You will need to bring you smartphone with Skype installed.
  • Laptop: Bring your laptop with Skype installed. You will need it to communicate with your London partner during the workshop part of the session. (Let me know if need a webcam for your laptop.)

Craft Supplies

While we will have basic supplies and building materials on hand, here are somethings to consider bringing.

  • a container that will hold the phone to be the foundation for your object. The container can be plastic, cardboard, etc…
  • your favorite x-acto knife, or cutting device
  • any fun items you have laying around that you haven’t found a use for yet, might be used: feathers, beads, decorative paper, cardboard, magazines, etc…

The Dinner Party

The dinner party will be formatted in the style of Latitudinal Cuisine (LatiCui). LatiCui cooks food from the longitude corresponding to the day of the year. For June 18th the longitude is 169th day of the year and therefore the 169 longitude. We will be eating from Russia or New Zealand.

There will be three courses: Start, Main, Dessert:

  • 1 guest brings a Starter
  • 2 guests brings a Main
  • 1 guest brings Dessert.

Each participant will choose which type of dish they will bring. Make (or buy) enough for the four people you with whom you will be dining.

At the start of each course, the dinner guest presents their dish and tells why they choose to make/buy it and any other stories.

Research and Documentation

This session is one of a series of telematic dinners that I am running as part of PhD research project. The session will be video documented for data analysis of how the interactions happens among the diners in the co-present and remote spaces.

I am looking forward to meeting all the diners and spectators remotely.

If you would like to be a telematic dinner guest, contact Pollie Barden at pollie.barden[at]gmail.com

You can follow the other dinners and research process on The Telematic Dinner Party Blog.

See the ITP Camp Post and see your potential NYC guests.

The Telematic Dinner Party is research project by Pollie Barden, a PhD researcher in Media & Arts Technology at Queen Mary University of London. It is a project created in collabortion with Furtherfield and Latitudial Cuisine.


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