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The Mobile Audience : Media Art and Mobile Technologies

Author: Martin Rieser
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2011.
Series: Architecture, technology, culture, 5.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Rieser
ISBN: 9789042031272 9042031271
OCLC Number: 769470165
Description: 481 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Howard Rheingold: Introduction Martin Rieser: Overview Section 1: Towards Hybridity. A History of Audience Mobility Erkki Huhtamo: Pockets of Plenty: An Archaeology of Mobile MediaSusanne Jaschko: The Temporal and Spatial Design of Video and Film-based Installation Art in the 60s and 70s: Their Inherent Perception Processes and Effects on the Perceivers' ActionsMartin Rieser: Forgotten Histories of Interactive SpaceAdriana de Souza e Silva: Art by Telephone: From Static to Mobile InterfacesSection 2: Critical Issues in Mobile ArtCritical Contexts and Definitions Mary Griffiths and Sean Cubitt: Mobile/Audience: Thinking the ContradictionsJon Dovey and Constance Fleuriot: Towards a Language of Mobile MediaBeryl Graham: Snapshots from Curating MobilityUnderstanding Public Spatialisation Martin Rieser: Beyond Mapping: New Strategies for Meaning in Locative ArtworksAnke Jacob: Digital Media and Architecture-An ObservationMirjam Struppek: Urban Screens as the Visualization Zone of the City's Invisible Communication SphereThe Creative User Debbi Lander: Future Physical: The Creative User and theme of response-ABILITYAndrea Zapp: 'A Fracture in Reality': Networked Narratives as Imaginary Fields of Action and DislocationSection 3: Case StudiesLocative Art Josephine Reid and Richard Hull: What Makes Mediascapes Compelling?Valentina Nisi, Glorianna Davenport/Valentina Nisi, Mads Haahr and Glorianna Davenport: Hopstory/Media Tales of the LibertiesDrew Hemment, John Evans, Mika Raento and Theo Humphries: Loca: 'Location Oriented Critical Arts'Usman Haque: Invisible TopographiesJonah Brucker-Cohen: Wifi-Hog: The Battle for Ownership in Public Wireless SpaceThe Creative User: The User as Co-creator Paul Sermon: Puppeteers, Performers or Avatars: A Perceptual Difference in Telematic SpaceChrista Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau: Mobile Feelings: Wireless Communication of Heartbeat and Breath for Mobile ArtVictoria Fang: The Living RoomArianna Bassoli: tunA and the Power of ProximityMargot Jacobs: Engagement with the EverydayCati Vaucelle: Between Improvisation and Publication: Supporting the Creative Metamorphosis with TechnologyAnthony Rowe: Developing Creative Audience Interaction: Four Projects by SquidsoupWearable Computing Lisa Stead, Petar Goulev, Caroline Evans and Ebrahim Mamdani: The Emotional WardrobeKatherine Moriwaki: Social Fashioning and Active ConduitsLaura Beloff: Wunderkammer: Wearables as an Artistic StrategySection 4: Artist InterviewsLocative Fiona Raby: Flirt and MsetTeri Rueb: Trace, The Choreography of Everyday Movement and DriftMatt Adams: Blast TheorySteve Benford: Mixed Reality LabDrew Hemment: The Politics of MobilityWearables Joey Berzowska: Memory-Rich Garments and Social InteractionAnnie Lovejoy: Heart on Your SleeveContributor BiographiesGlossarySelected Bibliography
Series Title: Architecture, technology, culture, 5.
Responsibility: edited by Martin Rieser ; with an Introduction by Howard Rheingold.
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