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Interactive Media > Smart Cities

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A brief presentation given at the GeoCity Smart City Symposium at the China Museum of Digital Art, (CMoDA) Beijing. It discusses and illustrates ideas around the themes of public interactivity, remodulating relationships and the research project augmented_studio.

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Interactive Media > Smart Cities

  1. 1. Public interactivity Remodulating relationships augmented_studioInteractive Media > Smart CitiesIan McArthur + Brad Miller | College of Fine Art, University of New South Wales, AustraliaFollow C8 on Twitter : @C8projectImage: plasma_flow, VIVID LightsOUT! Sydney, 2012
  2. 2. Image: plasma_flow, VIVID LightsOUT! Sydney, 2012
  3. 3. augmented>Image: augment_me, Artspace, Sydney, 2009
  4. 4. data_shadow uses a granular synthesis system - a basic sound synthesis method that operateson the micro sound time scale and uses sound samples thus creating a live soundscape. “Likestatic, the soundtrack turns the viewer into a bar on the radio dial. Through our movements wetune in the flow of time and data. The signal drops in and out of the noise.” Lizzie Muller.participatory> Image: data_shadow, Brad Miller, Underbelly Arts, Cockatoo Island, Sydney, 2011
  5. 5. The Minhocão, São Paulo, Brazil“…a smart city will be a city whosecommunity has learned tolearn, adapt and innovate.”A, Coe; Paquet, G. and Roy, J. (2001). Deakin, M (2007). "From city of bits to e- Deakin, M; Allwinkle, S (2007). "Urban"E-governance and smart communities: topia: taking the thesis on digitally-inclusive regeneration and sustainable communities:a social learning challenge". Social regeneration full circle". Journal of Urban the role networks, innovation andScience Computer Review 19 (1): 80–93. Technology 14 (3): 131–143. creativity in building successful partnerships". Journal of Urban Technology 14 (1): 77–91.Image: Minhocão, Sao Paulo, Brazil 2012
  6. 6. Minhocão: A walk from the city center to the end of thehighway takes about two hours, and the length is linedwith “pixações” (graffiti tags unique to São Paulo), mobilegrills, buskers and street vendors selling aqua de coco.São PauloImage: Minhocão, Sao Paulo, Brazil 2012
  7. 7. open studio labShanghai September 2011rare earth>hacking the cityImage: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  8. 8. “If the experiment of 20 million people inShanghai, all wanting Audis, all wantingparks to fall in love in, all wanting dumplingsdoesn’t work, then the world is trulydoomed. It is at critical mass. You can’tsolve this but you can get involved.” Pudong, Shanghai(Goodwin, R., 2011, Rare Earth StudioLAB brief)ShanghaiImage: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  9. 9. The power of the image includes a diverse and persuasive facility to focus the attention of a group, identify conflict or congruence, reveal implied knowledge and past“The city is a sandpit experiences, highlight new or unfamiliar ways of seeing and being in the world, and to document. shanghai, project, air, conditioner, haof possibility to your nging, plant, outdoorhacking ability.Shanghai is thelaboratory.”(Goodwin, R., 2011, Rare Earth StudioLAB brief) Caroline Sutrisna, “Rainbox” Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  10. 10. photographyvideo sketchingpetcha kutchaimmersive networked spacedigital database tools“shared vision”Ezio Manzini (2007)Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  11. 11. Good to China Urban Farm, Downtown, Shanghai Xinchejian IDEO Xindanwei aaajiao Bee or Wasp Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  12. 12. Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  13. 13. Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  14. 14. Boundary objects are objects which are both plastic enough to adapt to local needs and constraints of the several parties employing them, yet robust enough to maintain a common identity across sites. (Star, S.L. & Griesemer, J.R., 1989). the boundary objectImage: PorosityC8 2009
  15. 15. Zhang Lu and Andrew Collin, “Found” portrait, engagement, typograph portrait, engagement, typogra portrait, engagement, typogra y, photography, Shanghai, perfor phy, photography, Shanghai, phy, photography, Shanghai,Image: RARE EARTH:character, City 2011 mance, writing, Hacking the found performance, writing, charact performance, writing, charact _links, female, exterior, trees, gre er, found_links, maroon, old, er, found_links, maroon, shop en, river, serene man, male, street, exterior, ur , female, interior, urban banImages: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  16. 16. …Self-disclosure is the individuals Amy Donaldson, “Chinese Laundry”willingness to be open or to appropriately telltheir counterparts things about themselves.It is one of the most important elements forthe development of an interpersonalrelationship…(Guo‐Ming Chen, 1989:118-133) line, clothes, blue, sky, shanghai, rareearthdisclosure> Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  17. 17. We rarely collaboratesuccessfully with thosewe do not trust.Kwang-Kuo Hwang, 2007 Playing with robots, Xinchejiantrust> hacker, space, dancing. robot, machine, dance Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  18. 18. Image: RARE EARTH: Hacking the City 2011
  19. 19. Thanks foryour attentionIan McArthur + Brad Miller | College of Fine Art, University of New South Wales, AustraliaFollow C8 on Twitter : @C8projectImage: Concept (Brad Miller) starry_night, ISEA 2013, Sydney

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