The Screen City Festival launches a call for short video and animation.
“Screen City is dedicated to the moving image presented in public spaces, on the city`s facades, shop windows and urban venues, enlightening and changing the vision of the urban context of Stavanger. The program will experiment with the reshaping of public space through Media Art, presenting a program of video art, animation, experimental short films, creative data visualizations, projection mapping and participatory urban media interventions. “
Upside-Down City: The Role of Urban Archeology in the City in Progress
This is one of the section of the VI Conference of AISU (Italian Association of Urban History) “Visible and Invisible: Perceveing City between Description and Omission” September 12-14 2013, Catania – Monastero dei Benedettini.
“Your text here” is a project created by Marcos Zotes and the “unstable”company which trasforms people voices into a citizen proclamations .Everyone could text an anonymous sms in a website through the mobile phone and the phrase will be projected at large scale onto the facade of a large heat production plant.
The city of Dublin is offering an opportunity to design a zero-energy media installation. Indeed, for those who want to challenge themselves in this design field, Codema and Dublin City Council are calling on designers, ICT professionals, creative thinkers and visual communicators to come up with a concept for a self-powered, innovative feature that can attract citizens and tourists while educating them about renewable energy.
Ingress is an augmented reality game made by Google. Ingress is an open door toward an hybrid reality. Using your mobile device you can play a game sited in the public spaces with the geolocalization technology. he concept of game and the concept of the city is changhing, and also our urban daily performance…
An international conference organized by the Urban Communication Foundation and the Institute of Communications Studies in association with the ECREA Media and the City Temporary Working Group will be held on 14th and 15th June at the Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds.
The new TKTS Booth, designed by top international architecture and design firm Perkins Eastman, responds to its location a top Father Duffy Square, a slender triangular-shaped public park in Times Square. The TKTS Booth is a combination of structural integrity and innovative design made possible with the latest advances in glass technology and the collective knowledge of the world’s leading industry experts. The new TKTS Booth is the most complex and sophisticated glass structure ever created a show-stopping urban sculpture of iconic proportions and forward-thinking ingenuity.