Sentient City Survival Kit
artifacts for survival in the near-future sentient city
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I’m off to Linz, Austria to exhibit the Survival Kit as part of this year’s Ars Electronica festival, August 31 – September 6.
The project is included in the CYBERARTS 2011 exhibition, which includes a selection of projects that received an award in the Prix Ars Electronica 2011 competition.
I’ll also be conducting walks with Serendipitor throughout the weekend.
I’ll be in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on Saturday, May 14 for a Serendipitor walkshop during the day and a book launch event for Sentient City in the evening @ V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media, together with Martijn de Waal and Michiel de Lange. Thanks to the organizers of INDESEM 2011 for the invitation!
I’ll be delivering a talk on the Sentient City at the MIT Media Lab as part of Upgrade! Boston next Tuesday, April 26 @ 7pm, and conducting a walk with Serendipitor on Wednesday @ 5pm.
I’ll be in Prague from April 14-17 for Enter:datapolis, the 5th incarnation of this art and technology festival. I’ll be giving a talk on the Sentient City, presenting the Survival Kit, and organizing walks through the city with Serendipitor.
Working on version 2 of the mugs w/ V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media
I’ll be in Berlin February 1-6 exhibiting Serendipitor @ transmediale.11 and conducting walks using the app on Thursday, Feb 3 and Saturday, Feb 5 at 4:00pm. Make contact if you want to meet up!
Exhibiting the Survival Kit and speaking about the project in São Paulo this November 29 – December 5 as part of arte.mov – São Paulo, Brazil.
Serendipitor is included in the exhibition Borderless Reality organized by V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media together with Art Center Nabi in Seoul, Korea as part of the 2010 International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR). The exhibition opens Wednesday, October 13 and will be on view through November 12.
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I’m pleased (and humbled) to be able to announce that Serendipitor has been nominated for the 2011 Transmediale Award.
From the announcement: “In a session lasting several days, the internatinal jury nominated the most outstanding works from an impressive pool of more than 1000 submissions. The jury selected seven submissions in their search for innovative, original and visionary art works and projects that address, question and artistically contribute to the technological society.”