CITY LIKE HAIKU
CITY MAKE HAIKU
CITY MAKE YOU
LIFE MAKE YOU
LIFE PLAY YOU
LIFE PLAY COFFEE
TOWN PLAY COFFEE
TOWN SEE COFFEE
TOWN SEE RAIN
FILM SEE RAIN
FILM WANT RAIN
WHAT WANT RAIN
WHAT IS RAIN
WHAT IS THIS?
we built a  twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly  into auto-poetry
we built a  twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly  into auto-poetry it can be linked to...
we built a  twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly  into auto-poetry it can be filtered ...
we built a  twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly  into auto-poetry it can be filtered ...
HOW IS THIS?
[haiku] source a (noun) (verb) (noun) “ ” <ul><li>source: a person, a place, a subject, ... (words from twitter) </li></ul...
[instant debate mode] source a source b ... ... ... ... ... ... “ “ ” ” compare:  two individuals, two events,  a country ...
collection twitter mesh up text sensor +content +content +behavior haiku noise level air quality temperature ... epic nove...
WHY IS THIS?
the urban haiku -random poetry of place- creates an awareness of ‘the other’ abstractly displays what people are talking a...
the urban haiku -random poetry of place- creates an awareness of ‘the other’ abstractly displays what people are talking a...
WHERE IS THIS?
the urban haiku -for example- what’s up now at.. ..occupy amsterdam ..the binnenhof ..the tahrir square in egypt ..the ove...
the urban haiku -enigmatic-
HAIKU APPEARS HERE
WHAT IS NEXT?
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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. 1. CITY LIKE HAIKU
  2. 2. CITY MAKE HAIKU
  3. 3. CITY MAKE YOU
  4. 4. LIFE MAKE YOU
  5. 5. LIFE PLAY YOU
  6. 6. LIFE PLAY COFFEE
  7. 7. TOWN PLAY COFFEE
  8. 8. TOWN SEE COFFEE
  9. 9. TOWN SEE RAIN
  10. 10. FILM SEE RAIN
  11. 11. FILM WANT RAIN
  12. 12. WHAT WANT RAIN
  13. 13. WHAT IS RAIN
  14. 14. WHAT IS THIS?
  15. 15. we built a twitter-fed urban haiku generator it displays words from tweets randomly into auto-poetry
  16. 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. 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. 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. 19. HOW IS THIS?
  20. 20. [haiku] source a (noun) (verb) (noun) “ ” <ul><li>source: a person, a place, a subject, ... (words from twitter) </li></ul><ul><ul><li>blend: a newspaper, a book, the constitution, the bible, ... (words from text) </li></ul></ul>
  21. 21. [instant debate mode] source a source b ... ... ... ... ... ... “ “ ” ” compare: two individuals, two events, a country and its president, a politician and a novel, ...
  22. 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. 23. WHY IS THIS?
  24. 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. 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. 26. WHERE IS THIS?
  27. 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. 28. the urban haiku -enigmatic-
  29. 29. HAIKU APPEARS HERE
  30. 30. WHAT IS NEXT?
  31. 31. [...]

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