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Presentation by Fiona Romeo, presented at 'Kom je Ook?4' on 26 November 2009.

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Fiona Romeo 'The audience as Programmer' Fiona Romeo 'The audience as Programmer' Presentation Transcript

  • National Maritime Museum Greenwich, London (longitude 0¡)
  • Rise of the machines (sorry Nelson)
  • Chris O Shea: Hand from Above, on BBC Big Screen Liverpool
  • The audience as programmer 1 EXHIBITIONS invite your visitors to perform The Science of Spying (Science Museum) 2 EVENTS co-create events with the public Astronomy Photographer of the Year (Royal Observatory) 3 RESEARCH crowd-source information The Commons on Flickr (National Maritime Museum) Solar Stormwatch (Royal Observatory) Other references: Hand from Above, Klima X, Symphony Orchestra, One & Other, The Incidental, Newspaper Club
  • EXHIBITIONS: invite your visitors to perform The Science of Spying, London Science Museum
  • Klima X, National Museum of Science, Technology and Medicine, Oslo, Norway
  • Social - sharing secrets (backroom) Attention on the audience
  • Stage direction
  • Performance
  • Parallel play
  • Parallel play
  • Parallel play, with variations
  • Passive interaction
  • Secondary displays
  • Cooperation, or assistance
  • Competition
  • Conversation starters
  • Rest points
  • Social play in an exhibition 1 Invite the visitor into a role play 2 Direct attention on other people in the space 3 Prompt performances 4 Create opportunities for parallel play, with variations 5 Encourage passive interaction, or group observation 6 Cooperation & assistance 7 Conversation starters, or dilemmas for debate 8 Comfortable spaces for conversation and reflection And I m sure there are many more
  • EVENTS: invite your visitors to co-create Astronomy Photographer of the Year, Royal Observatory
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/fivedollarones/3037932855/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/icelandaurora/2944475248
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/peasap/1797667874/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/zamb0ni/2914278402
  • Signature programmes 1 Season 2 Annual 3 Collaboration 4 Spectacle 5 Broadcast 6 Distributed in time across platforms by creator Dan Hill, Lost as a music score
  • YouTube Symphony Orchestra, LSO & others
  • One & Other, Antony Gormley and Mayor of London
  • The Incidental, British Council at Salone di Mobile
  • Newspaper Club, for Channel 4 4iP
  • RESEARCH: crowd-source information Solar Stormwatch, Royal Observatory
  • Galaxy Zoo, Oxford University
  • The Commons, Flickr
  • The audience as programmer 1 EXHIBITIONS invite your visitors to perform 2 EVENTS co-create events with the public THANKS! 3 RESEARCH Fiona romeo crowd-source information fromeo@nmm.ac.uk @foe