Devonport Open Event

Devonport Open Event

Devonport Guildhall, Ker Street, Devonport http://goo.gl/hl10k ALL WELCOME Friday 3rd February 2012 2pm – 4pm An one-off event showcasing a series of exploratory projects which reveal invisible histories, memories and traces in and around Devonport. These projects embed and reveal information about the past, present

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Digital Alchemy

Curtains for the Albertian Window ~ Digital Alchemy for the Scale Electric. The presentation playfully explores the shifting frames of reference that occur as the result of our immersion in digitally augmented environments. From mobile phones, GPS devices, RFID tags, data feeds and video streams

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Digital Media Developer: Research vacancy

Digital Media Developer: Research vacancy

REF: A0228. (03/06/2007) Salary £20437 to £23692 pa, Grade 5. Plymouth. A Research Assistant is required to work for a period of six months within i-DAT to develop software to support the display of information and graphics to interpretation screens across the campus and over

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Digital Arts Symposium. University of Arizona College of Fine Arts.

Digital Arts Symposium. University of Arizona College of Fine Arts.

(10/04/2006). Digital Arts Symposium. University of Arizona College of Fine Arts. Friday, April 7, 2006. Speakers: Peter Anders, Roy Ascott, Elif Ayiter, Martha Blassnigg, Margaret Dolinsky, Cristina Miranda de Almeida, Carlos Nobrega, Mike Phillips, Yacov Sharir, and Diana Slattery. University of Arizona Aerospace and Mechanical

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Exploiting Potential

Exploiting Potential

Issues around intellectual property are a key concern for digital artists and designers, revealing a range of tensions between the idealism of work entering the public domain and the pragmatics of making a living. On the one hand, there is the principle that creativity and

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i+DATA – Instituting Data Exposition

i+DATA – Instituting Data Exposition

09-13/04/2004: i+DATA exposes the ways in which data is instituted in a variety of contexts, de-fragmenting issues related to the production, control and distribution of digital media across the cultural industries. The i+DATA Exposition seeks to de-fragment practices and digital activities across the public and

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V01D

V01D

22ND JUNE – 22ND JULY 2001. Through digital processes, forms of architecture are changing. The definitions of buildings, spaces and places have all undergone transformation as digital processes alter the way we design, construct, conceive, present and ultimately experience architecture. As architecture transforms its identity

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