This is a paper I wrote for an assignment in the first semester (before I set up the blog). The assignment was to define life in about 10 years from now, at first I thought it was a little childish and geeky but then I started, and quite enjoyed it, hope you do too.
Presentation for the Big Games class on the Yes Men’s Identity Correction as a big game.
The following is an essay dealing with public space and public art in physical space and online. It can also serve as a cultural background to the ShiftSpace project I’m working on with Dan Phiffer.
For my ‘current events’ in privacy & information I have decided to give some examples of new-media artworks / experiments that refer to the subject. This is a choice of some project which will each give its own perspective and hopefully be informative as a ‘what’s being done in the field’ kind of overview. This … Continue reading Surveillance & Privacy in art
About two months ago, Galia and I were walking down 116th Street in Harlem. Being terribly late for our meeting with Dan and Ellie, we tried to walk as fast as we could. As we were walking by a little neighborhood Basketball court, something there made us stop. In the middle of the court the … Continue reading An Emergent Public Artwork in 116th Street
Just published an interview with Offf festival’s chief curator, Hector Ayuso. In the changing scene of new-media design, the Barcelona born OFFF festival has always presented the voice of the creative cutting edge. Pixelsurgeon interviews Hector Ayuso, OFFF ’s chief curator towards the coming up OFFF MX 2006 (March 2-4). Check the rest of the … Continue reading OFFF Interview
Hope they’ll accept it…
This is the second illustration I did for the article on the emergent economics around online multiuser games. This is the one that was finally published.
For my Show & Tell spot at the Theoretical aspects of interactivity class, I would discuss some of the ideas brought up in Norbert Weiner’s ‘Cybernetics in history’ essay, concerning my thoughts about contemporary cartography and community GIS. Here are some ideas I would like to go over in class:
Started experimenting with this opensource map, check it out: http://www.mushon.com/upgrade/map2