[Oct 27] Urban Atmospheres - This is Not a Simulation
SRL alumnus Eric Paulos' Urban Atmospheres hosts an evening at SFMOMA (and more SRL crew involvment: Karen Marcelo coding RFID tag tracking and visualization)
In collaboration with Anthony Burke and David Ross
Intel's Urban Atmospheres presents a single evening event at SFMoMA....
Where are we? Locative media, GPS in car navigation, and the barrage of emerging location technologies are upon us? Somehow more than ever we find ourselves lost in the sea of longitudes and latitudes. A new wireless numerology? We invite you to thrust yourself within a space where mobs, crowds, tuples, and even the wallflower are active participants in a delicious interactive architecture of interwoven patterns. Tags, RFID, and tessellated surfaces thrust themselves into a feedback system generously lubricated by alcohol.
Thursday 27 October 2005 (ONE NIGHT ONLY)
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third Street (between Mission and Howard Streets)
San Francisco, CA
6:30 Artist talk by Edgar Arceneaux
7:00 Event featuring Testing...This is Not a Simulation
** First 180 people receive active tags
$20 general; $10 SFMOMA members. Members may purchase one guest ticket at the discounted price. Tickets are available at the Museum (no surcharge) or online.