Sunday, November 25, 2007 - URLS
Bonding Energy - using java
Bonding Energy is part of Cross Current Resonance Transducer, a collaboration between Douglas Repetto and LoVid (Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus).
Every ten minutes each Sunsmile device takes a reading from its solar panel and sends the data to the server. When a viewer visits Bonding Energy they are presented with a live visualization of the data collected from the seven devices. Data from each device is represented by a wedge in an animated circle.
Live Stage: Mary Bates Neubauer [ Los Angeles]
Mary Bates Neubauer: New Work ::
Recent research into the visual transcription of numerical data streams involves collecting historical and near-real-time statistics from the various instruments which are constantly recording details of our surroundings, such as climate, solar activity, water levels, traffic flow, energy expenditure, and population flux. Incoming information is translated in several steps, from columns of numbers to 3D visual patterns.

Seeker - by Leon Cmielewski & Josephine Starrs (with programming by Adam Hinshaw)
aim: to explore migration, territorial boundaries, conflict commodities and human displacement.
Can Art be a ‘mediator’ between Art and Climate Science?
links to:
trouble with the weather a southern response
Sonic ecology & the city
Live Stage: The Status Project [ Nottingham]
The RED Project: Rendering Electromagnetic Distributions
Users of The Red Project are presented not with an indexical rendering of actual wifi signals but with a prediction engine which invites speculation, interpretation and resistance.
Art Against Information: Case Studies in Data Practice
Database Aesthetics: Art in the Age of Information Overflow :: Victoria Vesna
Live Stage: Silent Dialogue [ Tokyo]
This exhibition, then, focuses on this “invisible communication.” The works presented explore our relationships with the natural environment through making it visible or audible, based on biological information, thanks to uses of biosensors. The exhibition also uses computer simulations of the natural environment in an effort to explore new conceptions of the environment these technologies reveal.
LIVE INSTALLATION: Sat + Sun, May 20 + 21, 2006, 19:00 - 21:00; The Riga based group Clausthome and VJ Martins Ratniks (F5/RIXC) will perform live in the Solar Radio Station. The live audio stream from the VIRAC radio telescope in Irbene, carrying data from the sun and from space, will be electronically enhanced by Clausthome and interpreted visually by VJ Martins Ratniks.
Calling the Glacier - A Mobile Elegy
an installation by Kalle Laar
A Mobile Elegy is a direct mobile phone connection to a glacier. A microphone in the heart of the glacier picks up it’s voice and transmits it to the caller.
Grounding Work: Art & the Environment [ Boston]
Grounding Work, A Symposium on Art & the Environment :: November 9 - November 11, 2007 :: Massachusetts College of Art + Design,
Geographic Doppelgangers
(linked to)
Live Stage: Anne Roquigny's WJ-s [ Luxembourg]
linked to wj-s (web performance)
WJ-S is a software and a flexible public device for web performances allowing WJ-S (webjays, artists, web addicts and web mutants) to play live with the full scope of content available on line. WJS is an immersive experience in the flux 2007/11/12/live-stage-agm07-docart-innsbruck/
Networked_Performance — Live Stage: AGM07: Doc.Art [Innsbruck]
Live Stage: AGM07: Doc.Art [ at Innsbruck]

Visions and Imagination: Advanced ICT in Art and Science

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