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The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
The Urban Haiku  - Random Poetry of Place
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The Urban Haiku - Random Poetry of Place

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This presentations explains one of the hacked together applications at the Code Camping event in Amsterdam. …

This presentations explains one of the hacked together applications at the Code Camping event in Amsterdam.

http://www.hackdeoverheid.nl/2011/11/code-camping-klaar/

This concept is developed by Amran Anjum, Caro van Dijk, Erik van der Pluijm, Alexander Zeh.

The Urban Haiku - Random Poetry of Place

-creates an awareness of ‘the other’

-abstractly displays what people are talking about

-acts as a political or social thermometer

-without taking a side

-open to interpretation

-but also, and especially,
indifferent to interpretation

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  • 1. CITY LIKE HAIKU
  • 2. CITY MAKE HAIKU
  • 3. CITY MAKE YOU
  • 4. LIFE MAKE YOU
  • 5. LIFE PLAY YOU
  • 6. LIFE PLAY COFFEE
  • 7. TOWN PLAY COFFEE
  • 8. TOWN SEE COFFEE
  • 9. TOWN SEE RAIN
  • 10. FILM SEE RAIN
  • 11. FILM WANT RAIN
  • 12. WHAT WANT RAIN
  • 13. WHAT IS RAIN
  • 14. WHAT IS THIS?
  • 15. we built a twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly into auto-poetry
  • 16. we built a twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly into auto-poetry it can be linked to ..a location ..a moment ..an event in order to grasp an atmosphere, a mood, what is going on?
  • 17. we built a twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly into auto-poetry it can be filtered ..by subject ..by source ..by group of people it can generate an instant debate between two people that otherwise never would talk
  • 18. we built a twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly into auto-poetry it can be filtered ..by subject ..by source ..by group of people it can be a thermometer for what is being said on a subject in a certain place and time
  • 19. HOW IS THIS?
  • 20. [haiku] source a (noun) (verb) (noun) “ ”
    • source: a person, a place, a subject, ... (words from twitter)
      • blend: a newspaper, a book, the constitution, the bible, ... (words from text)
  • 21. [instant debate mode] source a source b ... ... ... ... ... ... “ “ ” ” compare: two individuals, two events, a country and its president, a politician and a novel, ...
  • 22. collection twitter mesh up text sensor +content +content +behavior haiku noise level air quality temperature ... epic novel newspaper constitution ... person place subject ... all haikus of a day, a place, an event, about a subject ... moment +interpretation
  • 23. WHY IS THIS?
  • 24. the urban haiku -random poetry of place- creates an awareness of ‘the other’ abstractly displays what people are talking about acts as a political or social thermometer
  • 25. the urban haiku -random poetry of place- creates an awareness of ‘the other’ abstractly displays what people are talking about acts as a political or social thermometer without taking a side open to interpretation but also, and especially, indifferent to interpretation
  • 26. WHERE IS THIS?
  • 27. the urban haiku -for example- what’s up now at.. ..occupy amsterdam ..the binnenhof ..the tahrir square in egypt ..the over overhoeks tower?!
  • 28. the urban haiku -enigmatic-
  • 29. HAIKU APPEARS HERE
  • 30. WHAT IS NEXT?
  • 31. [...]

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