ADA Mesh Cities is a series of events held over 2013-15. It proposes to address the role of media arts in the city, exploring key issues such as urban space, social engagement, memory and speculative futures through a series of symposia and artist workshop tours. The latest event in the programme is the ADA BookSprint November 23-28 2015.
Space, Network, Memory: Media Art and the Transitional City is a 5 day BookSprint that will include documentation and discussion of media art practices from around Aotearoa that engage with these interconnected themes (space, network, memory).Taking place at XCHC in Christchurch it will gather a group of up to 10 participants for an immersive creative writing project facilitated by Adam Hyde.
Space : Network : Memory – the 9th ADA Symposium looks at digital art and the social space and asks; What roles are digital networks playing in our ability to reveal and understand layers of a city? How does this affect contemporary practices in art, architecture and related fields?
Pattern Recognition is a media-art project collaboration between artists Vicki Smith (Harihari / S.V.Kiritea) and Aroha Timoti-Coxon (Hokitika, Te Runaka o Makaawhio, Ngati Waewae, Ngai Tahu) funded by the Intercreate Research Centre. http://www.intercreate.org/pattern_recognition/ Pattern Recognition is a work that combines the kaupapa of tukutuku with that of the QR code. They both are patterns that […]
Attendance at ISEA 2013, supported by Creative New Zealand is an output of the ADA Mesh Cities project. ADA members presented a panel titled Media Art and the Transitional City. The ISEA roundtable conversation has been worked into a paper for publication in the ISEA conference proceedings.
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