Posts tagged ‘exhibition’

ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe)

March 14th, 2009

Workshop + Installation en Banquet_nodes and networks.
March 14th-June 28th, 2009

“The works in the exhibition visualize connections of biological, social, and cultural networks, allowing visitors to participate and experience them. At issue is the perception of life as a networked system—from water molecule through to the global ecological system. It is about the examination of human existence as part of this complex, self-organizing and self-maintaining web; as interface between the micro and macroscopic levels, between life’s endosmotic and exosmotic phenomena as well as the interface between the biological, technical, and socio-cultural conditions and developments of human existence. The relationships and tensions between locally coherent social forms, on the one hand, and global social structures on the other, are subjected to critical examination and reformulation. Based on more than thirty digital and interactive projects, the complexity of the network structure as a common matrix can be experienced. In the course of this, new cross links arise that lead from Santiago Ramón y Cajal’s late nineteenth century neuronal net theory to Manuel Castell’s current net-based theory of information society [...]“.

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Escoitar.org en Google Art, or how to hack Google. New Museum of Contemporary Art (NYC)

October 4th, 2007



“Escoitar.org is an open, collaborative project that encourages the addition of recorded soundscapes onto online maps. Enabled by a hack of the popular Google Maps program, Escoitar.org (meaning ‘Listen’ in Galician language) was inspired by a particular desire to preserve the acoustic patrimony of Galicia, a region in the Northwest of Spain. Through the visual network between locations and accompanying sounds, Escoitar.org allows people to understand landscapes, not only visually as places, but also via their autochthonous sounds”

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