A growing archive of digital and media art projects created and presented by members of the ADA Network.
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Dan Untitled’s DJ3D14 is an interactive video/robotics artwork in Anaglyph 3D for Digital Art Live. Splicing real-time 3D footage into a series of video loops, participants in the ‘line of sight’ will see themselves superimposed into scenes that are ‘real, or ‘fictional’. Opening at the ADA Symposium in Auckland and exhibited on the the Digital Art Live screen at The Edge, Aotea square.
Mesh Cities Artist for 2013 is Dr Janine Randerson who will developing a collaborative network for a new work. ‘Neighbourhood Hope Index’ uses clouds and sound to map affective zones in post-earthquake Christchurch. The framework for this artwork stems from the emergent currency of data in the plan for a better city. A so-called silver lining for the embattled inhabitants is that a ‘smart’ city may emerge where the instrumental measurement of traffic flows, water quality, air quality and urban weather can be remedied.
NUMBER 8 COLLECTIVE, 2012 / 2013
The Un Litro de Agua project aims to establish and support dialogue between Colombian and New Zealand artists and the wider public through a series of collaborative arts events. The project facilitates discussion and critical thinking around sustainable water practices through workshops, exhibitions, urban interventions and platforms for public participation and dialogue.
The 121212 UpStage Festival of Cyberformance will take place 5-12 December 2012. The festival will feature 38 live online performances created and presented in UpStage and a variety of other online platforms (including Water-Wheel’s the Tap, SecondLife, Visitors Studio and other purpose built networked environments).
JANINE RANDERSON, 2012.
An interactive, online artwork that gathers live pollutant levels from Auckland City air. The collaborative project includes urban meteorologists, programmers, media artists and breathers of air as a continuous feedback mechanism. Sensor instruments in Auckland, New Zealand provide a platform for continuously accessible, real-time information about city air quality.