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Hz Journal: Dynamic Performance of Nature

[DPoN showing temperatures in the low-60’s, clear skies, and winds out of the south (indicated by the vertically-oriented yellow streak to the right)] Dynamic Performance of Nature: Augmenting Environmental Perception Through Social Media And Architectural Informatics by Brian W. Brush, Yong Ju Lee & Noa Younse:

Abstract: Architecture has always functioned as a mediating structure between humans and the environments in which they live; a static assemblage of semi-inert materials orchestrated, amongst other things, to temper environmental forces for human habitation. With advances in material and communications technology, architectural assemblies no longer perform as impassive boundaries separating discrete conditions of occupation between environments. Continue reading


May 9, 13:19
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Nature In Code: Physical Systems In Processing [es Barcelona]

Nature In Code: Physical Systems In Processing :: April 26-29, 2012 :: Laboratorio Symbolon, C. Llatzeret 13 bx, Poblenou, Metro, Barcelona, Spain :: Call for Participants — Registration Deadline: April 24. Continue reading


Mar 19, 13:47
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The Birdwatchers [us NYC]

The Birdwatchers: Gabriela Albergaria, Jeffrey Blondes, Adriana Salazar, Marina Zurkow, curated by Laura Bardier :: until January 21, 2012 :: bitforms gallery, 529 West 20th Street, New York City.

The Birdwatchers is a group exhibition featuring work of four contemporary artists that observe nature and repurpose it within altered landscapes, as part of their interdisciplinary practice. The exhibited works include physically animated plants and animals, video, animation, letterpress prints, and drawing on paper.

What is it about bird watching? Is it related to the urgency to comprehend, forecast and, later, control our immediate environment? Continue reading


Jan 14, 15:04
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“ANTS in my scanner” by François Vautier

Five years ago, I installed an ant colony inside my old scanner that allowed me to scan in high definition this ever evolving microcosm (animal, vegetable and mineral). The resulting clip is a close-up examination of how these tiny beings live in this unique ant farm. Continue reading


Jan 11, 15:16
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“Rapture” by Brian Knep

Turbulence.org Relaunches SoundTransit Project

soundtransit.jpgAfter a 10 month hiatus the SoundTransit project is back, hosted by Turbulence.org.

SoundTransit is a collaborative, online community dedicated to field recording and phonography. Phonography is the art of recording sounds from the environment around us, with an emphasis on the unintentional sounds which often go unnoticed in our daily lives. An international community of phonographers collect and share their recordings, with interests ranging from recordings of natural or urban environments to improvised situations or soundwalks, to the resonance of solid objects or the Earth’s atmosphere. Continue reading


Nov 18, 13:15
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Fibreculture Journal 18, Trans

Fibreculture Journal 18, Trans:

It is now perhaps a commonplace that digital, networked and informational media are extremely transient. They diversify in form and function at a dizzying rate. At the same time, they transit and fuse “social” and “natural” differences in a manner which reconfigures all the worlds involved. It is also perhaps a commonplace to suggest that some established powers have found it difficult to come to grips with this (although this is perhaps beginning to change). For many, from seriously challenged newspaper proprietors to established media disciplines, it might be time to pause for breath, if only for a moment — to regroup and adapt established practices and ideas, to count the survivors from among the old media worlds of just a few years ago. Continue reading


Oct 14, 19:50
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Reblogged Boskoi, wilderness addiction

Boskoi is an application for Android mobiles that allows people to create a checklist of geo-localized spontaneous food in urban areas. Continue reading


Oct 9, 15:14
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October/November @ 319 Scholes [us NYC]

October/November @ 319 Scholes: Ecologías Correlativas, Notes on a New Nature, Monthly Music Series: Leisure :: 319 Scholes Street, Brooklyn NY.

How has the (contested) term ‘ecology’ mutated over past decades? If we cannot separate nature from culture, what is the role of subjectivity in the ‘ecological’? Where are opportunities to reconfigure social models with technology? How does one reconcile the space between a screen and a landscape? What can the natural world tell us about the online environments that we’re building everyday?

Over the course of the next few months, 319 Scholes will be exploring two schools of thought related to technology and ecology. Next week, chimera+ will introduce Ecologías Correlativas, an exhibition of projects by artists, architects and scientists who are creating DIY, largely open source, technologies to navigate environmental and socio-political ecologies. Continue reading


Oct 5, 17:36
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Field_Notes – Cultivating Ground [fi Lapland]

Field_Notes – Cultivating Ground :: September 26 – October 2, 2011 :: Kilpisjärvi Biological Station, Kilpisjärvi, Lapland, Finland.

Field_Notes – Cultivating Grounds is a week long field laboratory for theory and practice on art&science work. Five expert groups (Arctic Waters, Biological Milieu, Body Nature, Environmental Computing, Second Order) will develop, test and evaluate specific artistic approaches based on the interplay of art&science.

With: Anu Osva, Andrew Paterson, Anne Lehtelä, Antti Tenetz, Beatrize da Costa, Benjamin Pothier, Continue reading


Sep 22, 19:10
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