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      • Fecha
        2 junio, 2017

        DIY Awareness of Ozone in Urban Desert Climates

        Jennifer Weiler / USA
        Arizona State University
        Poster

        The purpose of this work was to explore a potential low-tech DIY means of members of a community to track and mitigate the impact of pollution in their daily lives. For this project, we chose to focus on the presence of ozone in an industrial area located within a desert climate. We then describe a preliminary test in which volunteer participants from the community place pieces of ozone reactive material (copper) outside their residences in order to determine if the pieces would successfully oxidize over a relatively short period of time. We conclude with a discussion of where this technique may be helpful, as well as possibilities for future concerns and interests.
      • Fecha
        2 junio, 2017

        La Última Alúa. Exploration of the constituent elements of motion comic in the development of a audiovisual product

        Andrés M. Montoya / Colombia
        Corporación Universitaria Autónoma de Nariño
        Poster

        In this work an audiovisual product was generated through the exploration of a new narrative tendency called motion comic, which combines codes of two consolidated languages: comic and cartoon.
      • Fecha
        2 junio, 2017

        Using Animated Vectors to Generate 3D Models from 2D Shapes

        Jennifer Weiler / USA
        Arizona State University
        Poster
        The focus of this research is to explore an alternative means of computer animation by allowing two dimensional vector models to be viewed with directional variations. By doing this, the ani- mated model is composed of 2D shapes but can be viewed from multiple angles like a 3D object without having the structural limitations and complex rendering of a 3D mesh.
      • Fecha
        2 junio, 2017

        Revealing Network Infrastructure at Geographic Scale Using Location Based Audio

        John Brumley / Japan br/> University of Tsukuba br/> Poster br/> johnbrumley.info

        Data centers are a necessary element of contemporary global network infrastructure, but are generally overlooked due to obscurity or more often indifference by the general public. This project aims to elevate the importance of data centers within urban landscapes by providing them with unique sound signatures. To achieve such a goal, a web based application has been developed that takes a user’s location and orientation and creates a synthesized three-dimensional audio space based on that user’s spatial relation to nearby data centers. This enables a user to passively listen to an audio representation of the combined virtual activity within a given region. Additionally, users can actively seek out individual data centers using their emanations as a navigation tool.
      • Fecha
        2 junio, 2017

        Media art in the Ibero-American context

        Raquel Caerols Mateo, Beatriz Escribano Belmar / Spain
        Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, Universidad Castilla-La Mancha
        Poster
        http://www.ufv.es/inicio, http://www.uclm.es/

        Any historiographic effort on Media Art shows the complexity of its own conceptualization regarding to the artistic practices that it includes, since there is not unanimity between experts and researchers about this topic as it is shown in the media art history meetings (http://www.mediaarthistory.org/). Neither a consensual taxonomy in these artistic practices. However, one of the most rel- evant is the taxonomy completed by Professor José Ramón Alcalá, MIDE's director and a ground-breaking in the subject of electro- graphic art in Spain. Taking his taxonomy as a reference, we can resolve that Video Art and Electrographic Art, both started in the 60’s but developed in the 70’s and 80’s, were some of the artistic practices that brought the first ideas of Media Art in Spain and Latin America.
      • Fecha
        2 junio, 2017

        The online counter-collector, the open source heritage and the museums of the unfinished

        Giselle Beiguelman, Nathalia Lavigne, Giovanna Casimiro / Brazil
        University of Sao Paulo, University of Sao Paulo/ University Center SENAC
        Roundtable
        desvirtual.com

        For this roundtable, we propose a debate about public policies of memory preservation based on the specificities of digital media culture. The ephemerality of these kinds of technologies and the intensification of personal and non-professional process of digital documentation bring unprecedented ways of understanding the collections and cultural heritage of our times. We are experiencing not only an overproduction of data, which proliferates in new formats of storage in the networks but also a documentary overdose.
      • Fecha
        2 junio, 2017

        Rural Projects ANT (Art Nature Technology) in Latin America

        sabel Margarita - Yto Aranda Mansilla, Pedro Soler, Bruno Vianna, Gabriel Vanegas, Valentina Montero, Lucía Egaña, Luciana Fleischman, Rachel Rosalen, Rafael Marchetti, Omar Gatica Rivera, Yuliana Rodríguez, Daniela Moreno Wray, Katharina Klemm / Chile, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Germany
        Rao Caya, Upayakuwasi, NUVEM, MINKALAB, PAM, Plataforma Arte y Medios, Cooperativa de Técnicas, Platohedro - Manga Libre, rural.scapes - lab in residence, rural.scapes - lab in residence
        Roundtable
        http://yto.cl, http://root.ps/, http://nuvem.tk/, http://www.minkalab.org, http://www.valentinamontero.com, http://lucysombra.org, http://tropixel.ubalab.org/es/convidadx/luciana-fleischman, http://www.rachelrosalen.com.br, http://www.ruralscapes.net/rachel-rosalen-e-rafael-marchetti/, http://omargatica.cl, http://platohedro.org/, https://dmw.hotglue.me/, http://www.minkalab.org

        “Proyectos rurales ANT: Art, Nature & Technology in Latin America” brings together creators, teachers and researchers involved in art, digital culture and the development of rural spaces, in the shared conviction that, to face the environmental and social challenges that confront us all, it is necessary to engage with rural areas and other forms of “post-extractivist” relationships, technologies and sensibilities.
      • Fecha
        5 junio, 2017

        Ripple Effect

        Anastasia Tyurina / Australia

        Scientific photography aims to record and illustrate data and experiments that differ according to specific disciplines. Although scientific photography can be considered non-aesthetic, since its main purpose is not to convey beauty but rather accurate information, its ability to record material in addition to that which is merely informative allows it to also serve expressive, subjective, and aesthetic purposes. In my project, I use scientific photography to achieve an objective (scientific) resemblance of individual water drops to their subject, but the resulting images are highly selective in what they show and how. I try to create „expressive portraits” of water drops. My artistic intervention of a scientific process through experimenting with the SEM is a way to find what potentially different things my images can say about water to a viewer. Transforming the micro world to a macro level, I play with the meaning of presented images. My images and digital installations evoke an interest in that water composition is shown as being beautiful. This causes a dilemma for viewers, particularly because the gallery space is different from a laboratory.
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