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Kati London's presentation at etech08, part of the panel on awareness and media art

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    Etech08 V2 Etech08 V2 Presentation Transcript

    • EXPOSING THE APIS OF INVISIBLE THINGS Kati London, Etech 2008
    • Hackers and Artists Represent The 1 Finger Salute
    • Artists use paintbrushes…today’s paintbrushes are technology… Hardware/Software + Conceptualization
    • New Paintbrush Manufacturers
      • Ecological
      • Social
      • Spatial
      • Political
      • Network activity-based
      • Inter-species
    • Social Bomb MIT Senseable Media Group Natalie Jeremijenko Brooke Singer Wifi Geography: Paul Torrens Botanicalls Twitter Datascapes IPRE
    • Invisible: Waste Processes
    • Rebecca Bray and Britta Riley
    • What happens when we think of our bodies as their own ecosystems? Are they open or closed ecosystems? Where do we draw the boundaries?
    • http://www.submersibledesign.com/drinkpee /
    • Invisible: Animal Behavior Patterns
    • Joshua Klein, A Vending Machine for Crows
    • Mutually beneficial synanthropy , or the concept that we can have mutually beneficial relationships with animals adapted to human ecologies.
    • An Experiment in Corvid Learning and Resource Acquisition Strategy Transmission
    • Food and Coins Available Upon Departure The device pushes a few peanuts and one or two coins onto the feeder tray whenever a crow *leaves* the device. This ensures that the device always has food whenever it is examined by a potential feeding crow. It also ensures that both the sound of the device and its mechanical operation occur in close proximity to the feeding act so as to acclimate the crow. By having this noise occur as the crow leaves it prevents startling a potential feeder away from using the device.
    • Food and Coins Available on Landing Food and coins are issued when a crow arrives. At this point the crow should be comfortable with the sound of the device and is now being trained to wait for its reward when arriving at the machine. Note that the feeding tray is slanted such that coins will pile up and prevent peanuts from being available until the crow cleans them away - a typical behavior of crows is to sweep things out of the way with their beak, and in this case this causes the coins to fall down the funnel. This should help reinforce the connection between coins going down the funnel and peanuts being produced.
    • Coins Available on Landing/ Food Available on Departure Coins alone are made available whenever the bird lands on the perch. However, should a bird peck or sweep coins off the tray and cause a coin to fall down the funnel, the device then produces some peanuts. This stage is designed to cement in the crows' mind the relationship between coins going down the funnel and peanuts being made available.
    • Food Available on Coin Deposit Long-term state only provides peanuts when coins go down the funnel. Nothing is otherwise provided aside from coins scattered around the device at the beginning of the project.
    • Invisible: Social Connections
    • Exposing the vulnerabilities of the network… Bluetooth snarfing shared address book transfer your calls around an infinite loop of strangers.
    • Generative Social Networking Andrew Schneider and Christian Croft
    • EXPOSING THE APIS OF INVISIBLE THINGS Kati London, Etech 2008