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  • 1. Interactive Venice:An artistic campaign to bring awareness to Venetian social problemsMichael Frankfort, Rinaldo Izzo, Roni Rostom, Jill Sauer
  • 2. Community Concerns Graffiti in Venice Lack of Affordable Housing Increasing Tourist PopulationCommercialization Cost of Living Illegal Garbage Dumping
  • 3. Structural ConcernsDeteriorating Infrastructure Acqua Alta Sewage Problems Deteriorating Art Moto Ondoso
  • 4. Art Creating Awareness Picasso’s 1937 painting “Guernica” “InterANTARCTICA” exhibit 2009
  • 5. Venice Biennale Creating Awareness
  • 6. Addressing Social Concerns VS.
  • 7. Our Approach to Create AwarenessInteracting Exploring Contributing
  • 8. Interacting
  • 9. Example – “Scents and Sensibilities”• Issue of illegal trash dumping • Effects of illegal trash dumping• Refreshing the air to contrast with problem
  • 10. Example – “Spray it Forward” Example issues: Graffiti and Pigeons Motion sensor and sound device Modular; easy to change for varied installations
  • 11. Example - “Brodo di Pesce”Concept modified from originaldesign to encourage interaction Social concern: Delicate relationship between Venice and water
  • 12. Testing Testing Factors:Installation Functionality Participant Response Locals vs. Tourists
  • 13. TestingLocation of Deployment: Duration of Deployment: 4hrs / day Deployment Cycles: Calle Carampane 3 iterations San Polo, Venezia
  • 14. Results: “Spray it Forward” Day 1 38 Participants:“Spray it Forward” No Reaction Significant 11% Reaction 13% Minimal Reaction 76%
  • 15. Results: “Spray it Forward” Day 2 33 Participants: “Spray it Forward” No Reaction 9%MinimalReaction 49% Significant Reaction 42%
  • 16. Results: “Scents and Sensibility” 41 Participants: “Scents and Sensibility” No ReactionMinimal 17%Reaction 39% Significant Reaction 44%
  • 17. Results: Locals Vs. Tourists Moderate responses and reactions Smaller reactions, If anyLocals Tourists
  • 18. Interacting ConclusionsStimulus Needed! Lack of Response Need for a Venue
  • 19. Connecting the Pieces
  • 20. Approaches to Create AwarenessInteracting Exploring
  • 21. Exploring
  • 22. Geocaching
  • 23. Raising Awareness
  • 24. Information In front of many restaurants and houses, there are often piles of trash left out during the day to be taken away the next morning. Seagulls, pigeons, and otherpests open the garbage bags and spread the trash through the streets. Illegal garbage dumping in Venice is found throughoutthe city and at many different times of day.
  • 25. Puzzles Cross the most (06 01 13 15 21 19) bridge over the (07 18 01 14 04) (03 01 14 01 12), past the square with the old (03 08 21 18 03 08),and take the (19 05 03 15 14 04) right at the five-way intersection of roads. Follow the (19 20 18 05 05 20) almost to the end.
  • 26. Puzzles Cross the most ( F 01 13 15 21 19) bridge over the (07 18 01 14 04) (03 01 14 01 12), past the square with the old (03 08 21 18 03 08),and take the (19 05 03 15 14 04) right at the five-way intersection of roads. Follow the (19 20 18 05 05 20) almost to the end.
  • 27. Puzzles Cross the most ( F A 13 15 21 19) bridge over the (07 18 01 14 04) (03 01 14 01 12), past the square with the old (03 08 21 18 03 08),and take the (19 05 03 15 14 04) right at the five-way intersection of roads. Follow the (19 20 18 05 05 20) almost to the end.
  • 28. Puzzles Cross the most ( F A M 15 21 19) bridge over the (07 18 01 14 04) (03 01 14 01 12), past the square with the old (03 08 21 18 03 08),and take the (19 05 03 15 14 04) right at the five-way intersection of roads. Follow the (19 20 18 05 05 20) almost to the end.
  • 29. Puzzles Cross the most ( F A M O U S ) bridge over the ( G R A N D C A N A L ), past the square with the old ( C H U R C H ),and take the ( S E C O N D ) right at the five-way intersection of roads. Follow the ( S T R E E T ) almost to the end.
  • 30. Puzzles Cross the most ( F A M O U S ) bridge over the ( G R A N D C A N A L ), past the square with the old ( C H U R C H ),and take the ( S E C O N D ) right at the five-way intersection of roads. Follow the ( S T R E E T ) almost to the end.
  • 31. Challenges Count the number of tourgroups you see on your way from the first container to the second!
  • 32. VeniCaching
  • 33. Testing Cache Deployment Duration:6 caches for 4 Weeks Longevity of Containers Well hidden Theft-proof, no vandalism
  • 34. Play Testing Volunteers play through the Geocaching RouteTest Groups: Cache Cycles: 3 2 iterations
  • 35. Results Comments:• Fun and Engaging • Unique way of MAINTENANCE learning REQUIRED! Average Completion Time: 1 hour
  • 36. Adding More Pieces
  • 37. Approaches to Create AwarenessInteracting Exploring Contributing
  • 38. Contributing
  • 39. Contributing
  • 40. Data Collection
  • 41. Creating an Interactive CampaignInteracting Exploring Contributing
  • 42. A Complete Exhibition
  • 43. The Exhibition Room, Today and Tomorrow
  • 44. Thank you!https://sites.google.com/site/ve11bien/home Contact: ve11-bien@wpi.edu ve11.bien@gmail.com