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    • Fecha
      31 mayo, 2017

      Construyendo realidades restaurativas del conflicto Colombiano a través de la realidad virtual

      Dan Archer
      Empathetic Media

      Un proyecto periodístico para generar empatía y perdón entre víctimas y victimarios, utilizando videos 360 y la realidad virtual inmersiva generada por fotogrametría. Dan Archer, director de Empathetic Media, enfocará sobre su proyecto reciente de grabar y compartir testimonios del conflicto colombiano para oferecer una nueva perspectiva íntima del conflicto: una en la que la audiencia puede accompañar de manera virtual a los que han sido directamente afectados por la violencia mientras que explican lo que les pasó en los lugares en dónde los acontecimentos tuvieron lugar.
    • Fecha
      1 junio, 2017
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    • Fecha
      1 junio, 2017

      Dream Garden

      Matt Roberts and Terri Witek / USA

      Dream Garden is a site-specific augmented reality project to gather, graft and nurture a city’s dreams. Each time a city dweller texts a 7-word dream (a poetic form moving private experience into public space), that dream automatically joins others both in a “garden” (a designated physical location in the city) and online at inthedreamgarden.com.
    • Fecha
      1 junio, 2017

      Surófona - Radio online latinoamericana de artes electrónicas

      Bernardo Piñero, Claudia González, Gerardo Della Vecchia, Raúl Minsburg, Daniel Cruz, Hamilton Mestizo / Argentina - Chile - Colombia

      Surófona is a medium and collective of Latin American artists of diverse disciplines. Through its online experimental radio, it intervenes and interprets exhibitions, festivals and other events in the region, involving arts and new media. The main contents are: talks with artists, sound art, electroacoustic music, improvisations, sound poetry, reviews of works, telematic concerts, soundscapes, field recordings, sound cartographies and Latin American geolects. The collective develops installations, objects, urban interventions, performance actions and workshops, which expand the discursive and aesthetic processes of emissions.
    • Fecha
      1 junio, 2017

      Temporary and distributed libraries, Breaking boundaries, creating new resources

      Alessandro Ludovico / Italy

      Two of the possible approaches to start this kind of process, which would be meant to open and socialize even more the library system, is to create “temporary libraries”, in order to fill specific knowledge needs during cultural events becoming then permanent, and “distributed libraries”, in order to integrate relevant collections of specialized knowledge accumulated elsewhere in the traditional library system without structurally intervene in it.
    • Fecha
      1 junio, 2017

      Ice core modulations: Performative digital poetics

      Andrea Wollensak PhD, Bridget Baird PhD and Judith Goldman / USA

      Ice Core Modulations is an inter-disciplinary collaboration involving electronic generative art and simultaneous live performance (approx. 13mins). In each unique enactment, a visual artist, a poet, a computer scientist, and a composer engage with collectively developed processes for exploring and creatively interpreting the climate data on the Earth’s atmosphere from ancient through contemporary times, collected from Antarctic ice core samples.
    • Fecha
      1 junio, 2017

      California Drought Impact

      Yoon Chung Han and Shankar Tiwari / USA

      California has been experiencing its most severe drought in the past five years. Drought has affected wáter changes, biological phenomenon and the ecosystem, which has become an inspiration and great resource to artists and designers because it had a significant impact on the sustainability and the environment. These questions and issues have been our inspirations, and we create an interaction tool to depict the causes and impact of the drought and promote awareness of water consumption and ecosystem.
    • Fecha
      1 junio, 2017

      Ko Rangi, Ko Papa, Ka Puta Ko Rongo

      Jo Tito, Jamie Berry and Josiah Jordan / New Zealand

      The artwork seeks to create a peaceful space where we can explore the nature of our universal connection through shared genetic code. DNA is the technology of life, and the piece utilizes modern technology to express our biological code in novel, accessible ways. By transforming the raw DNA sequence data for a set of individuals into music, and sampling a single chromosome from each person to create the final composition, our individuality and collective connectedness are simultaneously celebrated.
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