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Moving with Networks: the lifespans of digital art practice

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

8/11/2018

A discussion of three works made with live mobile technologies, their lifespans and legacies on digital networks and human networks. 1) Running Stitch (Hamilton, Southern & St Amand 2006-2009) was a live GPS and stitch installation using live global networks, and a human networks necessary to produce and maintain the work. 2) Homing (Jen Southern & Samuel Thulin 2016) A war memorial for the 21st century using locative media based on bluetooth beacons, a work that had indepth engagement but was harder to access, and 3) Para-Site-Seeing (Jen Southern & Rod Dillon 2018) uses social media networks to feed content into a website, including generating audiences for new social media accounts, and global interest in the website.

Event (Symposium)

TitleLifespans and Legacies
Date8/11/18 → …
Website
LocationDundee University / Scottish Contemporary Art Network
CityDundee
CountryUnited Kingdom
Degree of recognitionNational event