ICT & Art Connect @ ICT 2013 Vilnius Pecha Kucha

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This is a presentation of initial pairings we put together for the ICT & Art Connect project stand at the EU ICT 2013 showcase event on the new Digital Agenda. In some cases, these art-tech pairs had just met and had to only talk about their own background rather than new any new ideas for a project they had, but once paired some very good connections developed.

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ICT & Art Connect @ ICT 2013 Vilnius Pecha Kucha

  1. 1. “7 on 7” Pecha Kucha for ICT & Connect
  2. 2. About ICT & Art Connect • brings artists and technologists to work together • new ideas and projects • fosters new understandings, innovations and directions for the future ict-art-connect.eu
  3. 3. What the project is about? • consultation with artists and technologists • networking and matchmaking events • residencies focused on co-creation and citizen engagement in ICT ict-art-connect.eu
  4. 4. Early Pairings Artist - Alex May Scientist - Luis Miguel Girao Artist - Luciana Haill Scientist - Beatrice De Gelder Artist - Geoff Howse Scientist - Ulrich Atz Artist - Yann N Guéma Scientist - Charles Elie Goujon Artist - Anya Yermakova Scientists - Chino Norris Artist - Sander Veenhof Scientist - Philipp Slusallek Artist - Joanna Kane Scientist - Andrea Vitaletti ict-art-connect.eu
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  27. 27. de Gelder, Scientific American 2010
  28. 28. Left V1 lesion resulting in right hemianopia Patient T.N.: bilateral lesion resulting in total cortical blindness de Gelder et al. (2008). Current Biology
  29. 29. • Anatomical parcellation of the cortex in 75 ROIs for each hemisphere and subject GY freesurfer parcellated
  30. 30. ict-art-connect.eu
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  32. 32. Left Amygdala Significantly Reduced or Absent Significantly Increased or New Significantly Reduced or Absent Significantly Increased or New
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  34. 34. ARTS & TECHNOLOGY CONNECTED Pixel motion project Yann NGUEMA Charles-élie GOUJON
  35. 35. Project configuration prototypes & Arts Sciences platform Scientists Artists Out of the box objects and creations
  36. 36. Project presentation Project: Pixel Motion is a dynamic, three‐dimensional toolset of bright spots of light playing on each and everyone's sensitive perception of light. It is shaped as a huge, stage‐size "table‐cloth » made of luminous spots, deformable in space.
  37. 37. Project presentation Each luminous spot can move very quickly or rather slowly within the range of a seven-meter vertical line. Under remote and real time control, Pixel Motion is the forerunner of a new type of this three-dimensional screen.
  38. 38. Technical aspects
  39. 39. Technical aspect A pixel is an autonomous light sphere wirelessly controlled. A full set of pixels can be controlled by a user interface in order to create light effects .
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  41. 41. Software simulation
  42. 42. Other artistic developments
  43. 43. http://www.atelier-arts-sciences.eu
  44. 44. SNDRV Philipp Slusallek Scientific Director, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence Reseach Director, Intel Visual Computing Institute Saarland University Sander Veenhof Tech + art VU university computer science Rietveld Art Academy - instable media Co-founder of Manifest.AR C
  45. 45. Some Examples of our Research Topics Philipp Slusallek
  46. 46. Driving innovation at the crossroads of content, media, networks and creativity Open ICT platforms for SMEs and developers Social connected TV Smart city services Pervasive games Multi-screen interaction Contextualisation Augmented reality Personalised TV experience Live information Blending real & virtual worlds User tracking and privacy Live sharing & communication Toys, installations & city wide games
  47. 47. XML3D: Put 3D into the Internet
  48. 48. Sander Veenhof WHAT? augmented reality WHY? future-proof manifestation of ‘virtual’ material in our ‘real’ surroundings WHERE? globally
  49. 49. joint focus & fascination: - augmented reality - geo-located data - mobile on-the-go experiences PLAC E DATA PEOPL E
  50. 50. AUGMENTE D REALITY
  51. 51. issues at hand - invisibility of AR content - augmented reality app overload - lack of standardization - apps function like islands - individualistic experiences
  52. 52. FI content: tools for AR on the web .... http://mediafi.org/open-platforms/
  53. 53. NEM Hackathon Tier 1 Tier 2 Consumer Products Location-Based Installations Mathias Mouchard
  54. 54. DIALOGUE DIALOGUE DIALOGUE DIALOGUE
  55. 55. http://wiki.mediafi.org/doku.php/ficontent.gaming.architecture
  56. 56. SNDRV Philipp Slusallek philipp.slusallek@dfki.de Sander Veenhof sander@sndrv.nl
  57. 57. SEED OF AN IDEA 74 of 20
  58. 58. SEED OF AN ID 75 of 20
  59. 59. CONNECTIONS ARE THE “SUGAR” OF LIFE 76 of 20
  60. 60. Do Plants Gossip? See architecture of wood-wide web Do People need to be lit and watered? 77 of 20
  61. 61. WHAT IS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HUMANS AND PLANTS?
  62. 62. The Great Chain of Being, a concept derived from Plato and Aristotle, details the hierarchical structure of all matter and life Are Plants and humans so distant? RISK of anthropomorphization 79 of 20
  63. 63. From Sensing People, Communities ,Networks To Sensing Plants, Fields and Ecosytems (and maybe back to people?) 81 of 20
  64. 64. Performance and Data Capture with Video Processing. Capturing movement traces of dancer choreographer Michael Popper, „Influx‟, Perth Concert Hall, Eyesweb motion capture software plus webcams. Collaboration Joanna Kane and Michael Popper. 83 of 20
  65. 65. TECHNOLOGY ALLOW US TO MEASURE THE CONNECTIONS BUT AT THE SAME TIME CONNECTIONS ARE MODIFIED BY TECHNOLOGIES
  66. 66. WHAT IS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HUMANS AND PLANTS? WHAT WOULD ASK AN ARTIST TO A RESEARCHER ? WHAT WOULD ASK A RESEARCHER TO AN ARTIST?
  67. 67. Laura Grace, Quotables, Twitter Network, photograph Joanna Kane, data visualisation Joanna Kane and Laura Grace using NodeXL social network analysis software, from „Cloud People‟ , Joanna Kane 86 of 20
  68. 68. Beiler KJ, Durall DM, Simard SW, Maxwell SA, Kretzer AM. Architecture of the wood-wide web: Rhizopogon spp. genets link multiple Douglas-fir cohorts. New Phytol. 2010 Jan;185(2):543-53. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2009.03069.x. Epub 2009 Oct 29.
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  70. 70. Rob Hutcheson, ICT and Design Professional, “GrassRoots” Community Network, photograph Joanna Kane, data visualisation Joanna Kane and Rob Hutcheson, using NodeXL social network analysis software, from „Cloud People‟, Joanna Kane 89 of 20
  71. 71. How can we INTERFACE from COMPUTERS to ORGANIC ENTITIES And COLLECTIVE entities… Whether PLANTS or PEOPLE …in ways which recognise their needs as living beings? 90 of 20
  72. 72. How can technology be best used to ; SENSE VISUALISE COMMUNICATE Responses and needs of organic entities whether PEOPLE or PLANTS rather than disturbing them LIGHT, NUTRITION, WATER, SLEEP, HEAT, SHELTER 91 of 20
  73. 73. COLLABORATION SEEDS 92 of 20
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  85. 85. Alex May Digital Artist 104 of 20
  86. 86. Alex May • Artist working with Code (programming) and Light (video projection), and also Robots! • Visiting Research Fellow: Artist in Residence at Hertfordshire University • Part time lecturer for Digital Media Arts MA at Brighton University • Sessional lecturer for Interactive Digital Media at Ravensbourne College, London • Head of Projective Geometry at the Institute of Unnecessary Research 105 of 20
  87. 87. Tate Modern Performance (2013) 106 of 20
  88. 88. Caracas: Remixed (2013) Museum of Contemporary Art, Caracas, Venezuela 107 of 20
  89. 89. Conwy Video Sculpture (2012) 108 of 20
  90. 90. Video and Carved Stone Sculpture (2012) 109 of 20
  91. 91. Communicating Bacteria Dress (2011) GM bacteria stained dress by bio-artist Anna Dumitriu augmented with video mapping 110 of 20
  92. 92. Brighton: Remixed (2013) 111 of 20
  93. 93. Video Street Art (2009) 112 of 20
  94. 94. Statues Alive (2009) Recyclowave (2010) 113 of 20
  95. 95. How can you get involved? • Matchmaking sessions today and tomorrow at 4:15 at 5H8 • Networking Session – Room H1E • Register on our website to find an artist or ICT scientist to collaborate at ict-art-connect.eu ict-art-connect.eu

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