Summary of location-based methods for Place Ma(r)king Workshop

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Summary of location-based methods for Place Ma(r)king Workshop

  1. 1. Place, Location, Brand and Tag
  2. 2. Place and Location
  3. 3. Ways of making a ‘place’ • Living • Visiting • Designing • Building • Mapping • Knowing people there • Making Memories • Labeling, signing and tagging
  4. 4. Ways of knowing ‘location’ • Past knowledge • Reading signs • Interpreting space • Asking someone • Reading a map • Image matching • GPS coordinates • Text or audio description matching • Local radio beacon (RFID,NFC bluetooth etc)
  5. 5. Some questions • How can locating help place making? • How can we knit together social encounters and spaces over time? • Preplanned Branding, formal procedures • Or • Ad hoc Tagging, emergent groupings and agendas
  6. 6. Quick intro to GPS ‘location’ experiments
  7. 7. Tracking services
  8. 8. GPS based experiments • Games – Blast theory’s work since 2004 e.g. Uncle Roy All Around You, Rider Spoke – NavBall, Saints (Amsterdam) – “Come out a play festival” • Art – Waag society – traces of everyday life – Geo-drawing – “Running Stitch” Jen Southern, Chris St Amand, and Jen Hamilton. • Politics/community/Art • emo—mapping ChristanNolt • Starshed – Martin Reiser
  9. 9. Geodrawing
  10. 10. Community and political
  11. 11. Games, Play, Theatre
  12. 12. Tagging • Tags, labeling and branding • Tags in real space • Tags on maps • Pointers • Reminders • Call to attention • Layered • Emergent from the crowd, ‘bottom up’ • Linking and remembering moments in time, places, people, documents • Degrees of solidification without ossification …
  13. 13. Brief: “The Conference” Explore the organisation, experiences, relationships and products of conferences and workshops Imagine the ‘future conference’ Use any means necessary.

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