Connecting  Cities Publication: What Urban Media Art Can Do

The book ‘What Urban Media Art Can Do – Why When Where and How?’ departs from the global, exploratory research undertaken by the Connecting Cities Network and reflects on its curatorial strands of the Networked / Participatory and In/Visible City in new participative forms of arts such as digital placemaking, urban activism, telepresence, sensing and […]

Urban Media Project ‘Live the City’ @ Bangkok

Thursday, 28 April 2016 by sarah

Urban Media Project ‘Live the City’ @ Bangkok

07.06.-28.06.2016 // Launch Event 07.06.2016, 14-16pm @ BACC Bangkok In collaboration with Goethe-Institute Thailand and Connecting Cities, the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre announced an Open Call for the media art project ‘Live the City’. The program aims to enhance critical reflection on media art and culture in the context of city, urban media, city […]

Media Architecture Summit 2016

Tuesday, 22 March 2016 by sarah

Media Architecture Summit 2016

On March 16, 2016, Susa Pop presented the Connecting Cities Network in the framework of the Media Architecture Summit 2016, which was staged from March 15 to 16 in Frankfurt / Germany presented by Media Architecture Institute. The Summit featured experts and their projects at the intersection of digital and physical space: media facades, screens, […]

Saving Face @ Venice Biennal & BCAC, Beijing

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 by sarah

Saving Face @ Venice Biennal & BCAC, Beijing

18-22 November 2015 @ BCAC New Media Window Project 2015-2016 at the Chinese Pavillion / Venice Biennale Touching is the new Scanning. The artists deconstruct and turn around control technologies and sensory perception to facilitate intimate meeting experiences: “Saving Face is an experimental technological bio-feedback system for a poetic ‘meeting-through-touching ritual’. With the help of […]

Control No Control: Guanghzou Light Festival

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 by sarah

Control No Control: Guanghzou Light Festival

16-29 November 2015 // 7-10pm CONTROL NO CONTROL by Daniel Iregui / Iregular is an interactive LED sculpture which will be set up opposite to the Canton Tower during the Guangzhou Festival of Lights. For 9 nights the audience is invited to use their hands and body to interact with the sound and graphics of […]

Special Edition Connecting Cities @ China

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 by sarah

Special Edition Connecting Cities @ China

The Connecting Cities Network starts to collaborate with China and will present Connecting Cities projects in the framework of the Guangzhou International Festival of Lights 2015, the Asia Arts Festival in Quanzhou and at the Beijing Contemporary Art Center and the Chinese Pavillion at the 56th Venice Art Biennale. Connecting Cities China is managed by […]

Peoples Screens: Networked Scenario Guanghzou-Perth

Friday, 23 October 2015 by admin

Peoples Screens: Networked Scenario Guanghzou-Perth

In the frame of the Guangzhou Interational Festival of Lights there will be sharing screens between the Northbridge Piazza in Perth and Guangzhou. From November 13 to 29 the project ‘Peoples Screen’ offers people in Guangzhou and Perth the opportunity to co-create chance encounters and spontaneous interaction between these two cities. By using ‘blue-screen’ technology […]

CONNECTING CITIES CONFERENCE @ ARS ELETRONICA FESTIVAL

Tuesday, 1 September 2015 by sarah

CONNECTING CITIES CONFERENCE @ ARS ELETRONICA FESTIVAL

// 3rd September 2015 // @ Conference Square, Ars Electronica This year’s Ars Electronica Festival, taking place from September 3 to 7 in Linz, topic is ‘Post City’. It is an inquiry into how cities of the future will have to be configured when there are more robots than people working in factories, everything is […]

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