Locative Media

The Status Project

Trampoline, the East Midlands’ platform event for new media art, celebrates its tenth anniversary with an exhibition of mapped data by internationally renowned artist Heath Bunting, at Nottingham’s Broadway from 29 November until 5 December 2007... READ MORE...

Now

This fourth edition of NOW explores three dimensions of the new urban condition: the conquest of the radio-electric space, the recovery of the public space and the city as an ecological challenge... READ MORE...

Upgrade!Amsterdam

'Locative media' are hot: from cell phones to GPS, to other means of satellite communications. A world without the latter seems unthinkable, or perhaps even non-navigationable. Experiments with locative media within the arts have mostly focused on and taken place within an urban context.... READ MORE...

Art and the Mobile Phone

Cell Phone: Art and the Mobile Phone explores some of the groundbreaking works that are being created by artists today using cell phone technologies. These works engage such features and technologies as camera phones, video phones, global positioning systems, Bluetooth technology, ring tone sounds, and messaging.... READ MORE...

Lev Manovich

Since the early days of Rhizome and Nettime Lev Manovich have been periodically posting many of my new texts to these lists. This was a great way to reach potential readers without waiting for slow academic publishing process, and receive feedback from them.... READ MORE...

Animatronica

Animatronica showcases classical and cutting edge media-arts in the technical context of surveillance and real-time interaction. The exhibition is set out to explore the many dimensions of animated space: the public, the private, and the social.... READ MORE...

First Play Berlin

TRAMPOLINE, the platform for new media art opens First Play Berlin and brings together 30 artists to explore the theme of mixed reality from different perspectives. Fusing video, installation and live performance, Trampoline offers a packed evening of media art entertainment to celebrate the launch of the FIRST PLAY BERLIN artworks. The finale will be a live concert by Heidi Mortenson... READ MORE...

e Art book

e-Art approaches on several topics from various viewpoints, such as: remote arts, electronic art, transgenic art, mobile media, networking, superbroad band, telecommunications, tele-presence, biogenetics, robotics, virtual reality, electronic, nanotechnology, augmented reality, digital media, music, synesthesia, neuroscience, multisensory processes, research, digital technology, communication, human-networking interfaces, cultural heritage, interactivity, democracy, ecology, human rights, philosophy, politics, knowledge, information, sociology and economy.... READ MORE...