A group in NYC have been experimenting with live feed to cable TV from laptops and consumer digicams on wifi, and see battery life as a crucial issue.
The second event from the TATE & EGG project – this
Friday and Saturday sees the collaboration between
Anish Kapoor, the contemporary composer Arvo P䲴
and theatre director Peter Sellars. This project originates
from a suggestion by Anish Kapoor to “temporarily
transform” his epic sculpture in the Tate Modern’s Turbine
Hall “into an instrument and invite a composer to play it”.
This is just a test
Within mediated space, that which is experienced may be physically present, or be delivered into the space digitally from afar. The phenomenology of perception in mediated space is contingent on the phenomenology of reception in such a space.
First thoughts from the Wireless Cultures symosium at Tate Modern: DIY FM and location-sensitive tour guides.
“…No wonder, that the mind of the beholder is deeply disquieted by the arrival of the Great Pan…”
Christopher Alexander’s new books are in print. As a diversion, a nice review of his book on form in early Turkish carpets…
New evidence from MRI studies suggests that mental images are generated or at least processed by the same brain structures which process real-world-image data form the retina.
An appeal of pervasive social media is the desire to push content outside the frame of its containing context.