Why does Future
Internet
need e-Culture?
Artur Serra
Fundació i2cat
TEIN3, KAIST
October 20-21 2010
1. Old and new Internet
The Internet of
technologists and scientists
First Internet generation:
– Internet of technologists and scientists.
– The ...
The Internet of Arts and Cultures
Current Internet:
Music and video overflow the Net.
The Internet of languages.
Many peop...
e-ArtsDigitalization of
traditional arts
(Performing arts
Cultural heritage,...)
New forms of art
Performance
art,Videoart...
Internet evolution from
cultural anthropology
 1st. 1970s-80s The Internet of the computer scientists
and technological p...
Future Internet and Arts
eScience
Computation:
Supercomputació/GRIDs/Clouds
eArts, eCultures
Media:
HD/3DVideo/Visualizati...
After 500 years
The Leonardo's
Dream
2. Different approaches
to the Internet of Arts and Cultures
a). The University approach.
(1995-...)
Internet 2,
Arts and Humanities Initiatives at
Universities 1998. Seattle
Characteristics
Leadership from Fine Arts schools from
Universities.
Performing Arts
University to University communicatio...
Dança Telemàtica
Univ. Bahia
Prof. Ivani Santana
RNP
b). The Technologist's Approach
CINEGRID (2006)
Cinegrid
Visionary approach from technology
Technology push: more bits, more bandwidth,
“very high quality media over phot...
c). The Community Approach
HD Dancing Q from Seoul to Mercat de les
Flors in Barcelona. 2005
Characteristics
Universities should agree with cultural centers
outside campuses.
Opening up the NREN to cultural centers
...
The Anella Cultural,
the Cultural Ring
Catalonia, Spain (2006-2008)
The user-driven innovation
to Internet of arts
The team
Sponsors
Aj.Barcelona
La Anella Cultural
The Cultural Ring
La Xarxa Transversal: a network of
cultural programmers in cities
1. Connecting their cultural centers
Gran Teatre del Liceu
Teatre Bartrina - Reus
Teatre de l’Escorxador - Lleida
Teatre P...
2. Transforming into media studios
• 2 portable PCs
• 1 audio card
• 1 HD projector
• Power amplifier
• Audio system.
• Au...
3. Sharing cultural events
Poetry
festivals
Guided tours
Master Class
Workshops
Courses
Conferences
Artistic
performances
“Difussion is where technology
offers major opportunities to the
opera in the XXI century” J. Matabosch.
Exploring new art formats
Metamembrana 2008,
Marcel.lí Antunez
Exploring new educational programs
MusicLab (Citilab 2009)
The main lesson: sharing
muldirectional communication
between cultural centers
http://portal.ac.i2cat.net:8080/MediaTeca/inde
x.htm
Anilla Cultural
Latinoamerica-Europa
2009-2010...
Dirección de contenidos: Dirección tecnológica
Opening RNs in LA and Europe for
Arts and Media experiments
Participants
Collaborating institutions
Next steps...
Europe-Asia Cultural Ring
on Performing Arts and Cultural Heritage
Thank you :-)
Artur Serra,
i2cat,
artur.serra@i2cat.net
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  1. 1. Why does Future Internet need e-Culture? Artur Serra Fundació i2cat TEIN3, KAIST October 20-21 2010
  2. 2. 1. Old and new Internet
  3. 3. The Internet of technologists and scientists First Internet generation: – Internet of technologists and scientists. – The English only Internet – few people using high bandwitdh, – many people using low bandwitdh. – Science and technology are based in universities
  4. 4. The Internet of Arts and Cultures Current Internet: Music and video overflow the Net. The Internet of languages. Many people using high bandwidth Many people can experiment with high bandwidth Arts and media contents are coming mostly from outside of Universities and research centers
  5. 5. e-ArtsDigitalization of traditional arts (Performing arts Cultural heritage,...) New forms of art Performance art,Videoart, Netart,videogames, serious games,...
  6. 6. Internet evolution from cultural anthropology  1st. 1970s-80s The Internet of the computer scientists and technological people ( email,ftp,telnet,...) (6 M people)  2nd. 90s-2010s The Internet of scientists and literated people. ( WWW, Grid, Blogs, Wikipedia...). (1000 M people)  3rd. 2010s-2030s The Internet of artists and vocal and visual communities. (VoIP, HD,videoconf,...) (6.000 M people)
  7. 7. Future Internet and Arts eScience Computation: Supercomputació/GRIDs/Clouds eArts, eCultures Media: HD/3DVideo/Visualization/Telepresence Research Networking: Lambda Networking,4G...
  8. 8. After 500 years The Leonardo's Dream
  9. 9. 2. Different approaches to the Internet of Arts and Cultures
  10. 10. a). The University approach. (1995-...)
  11. 11. Internet 2, Arts and Humanities Initiatives at Universities 1998. Seattle
  12. 12. Characteristics Leadership from Fine Arts schools from Universities. Performing Arts University to University communication Master classes, Interactive demonstrations, Relatively low bandwidth (around 100 mbps) Strong support from IT academic services
  13. 13. Dança Telemàtica Univ. Bahia Prof. Ivani Santana RNP
  14. 14. b). The Technologist's Approach
  15. 15. CINEGRID (2006)
  16. 16. Cinegrid Visionary approach from technology Technology push: more bits, more bandwidth, “very high quality media over photonic networks” Virtual reality, telepresence, 4k,8k and beyond Strenght in scientific visualization. Cinegrid Exchange: Amsterdam, Chicago, Monterey, Prague, San Diego, Tokyo, and Toronto Interest from technological companies
  17. 17. c). The Community Approach
  18. 18. HD Dancing Q from Seoul to Mercat de les Flors in Barcelona. 2005
  19. 19. Characteristics Universities should agree with cultural centers outside campuses. Opening up the NREN to cultural centers Performing Arts initially. Cultural Heritage follows... Master classes, cultural performances from cultural centers to universities Support from Ministries of Culture.
  20. 20. The Anella Cultural, the Cultural Ring Catalonia, Spain (2006-2008)
  21. 21. The user-driven innovation to Internet of arts
  22. 22. The team Sponsors Aj.Barcelona
  23. 23. La Anella Cultural The Cultural Ring
  24. 24. La Xarxa Transversal: a network of cultural programmers in cities
  25. 25. 1. Connecting their cultural centers Gran Teatre del Liceu Teatre Bartrina - Reus Teatre de l’Escorxador - Lleida Teatre Principal - Olot Teatre Monumental - Mataró •IP network, from 5Mbps to 1Gbps symmetrics
  26. 26. 2. Transforming into media studios • 2 portable PCs • 1 audio card • 1 HD projector • Power amplifier • Audio system. • Audio mixer. • Sony Anycast station
  27. 27. 3. Sharing cultural events Poetry festivals Guided tours Master Class Workshops Courses Conferences Artistic performances
  28. 28. “Difussion is where technology offers major opportunities to the opera in the XXI century” J. Matabosch.
  29. 29. Exploring new art formats Metamembrana 2008,
  30. 30. Marcel.lí Antunez
  31. 31. Exploring new educational programs MusicLab (Citilab 2009)
  32. 32. The main lesson: sharing muldirectional communication between cultural centers
  33. 33. http://portal.ac.i2cat.net:8080/MediaTeca/inde x.htm
  34. 34. Anilla Cultural Latinoamerica-Europa 2009-2010... Dirección de contenidos: Dirección tecnológica
  35. 35. Opening RNs in LA and Europe for Arts and Media experiments
  36. 36. Participants
  37. 37. Collaborating institutions
  38. 38. Next steps...
  39. 39. Europe-Asia Cultural Ring on Performing Arts and Cultural Heritage
  40. 40. Thank you :-) Artur Serra, i2cat, artur.serra@i2cat.net

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