The Mobile Audience : Media Art and Mobile Technologies / Edited by Martin Rieser ; with an Introduction by Howard Rheingold Rieser, Martin, 1951-

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Rieser, Martin, 1951-
Mobile communication systems - Social aspects.; Art and technology.; Technology and the arts.
  • Section 1. Towards hybridity: a history of audience mobility
  • Pockets of plenty: an archaeology of mobile media / Erkki Huhtamo
  • The temporal and spatial design of video and film-based installation art in the 60s and 70s: their inherent perception processes and effects on the perceivers' actions / Susanne Jaschko
  • Forgotten histories of interactive space / Martin Rieser
  • Art by telephone: from static to mobile interfaces / Adriana de Souza e Silva
  • section 2. Critical issues in mobile art
  • 2.1 Critical contexts and definitions
  • Mobile/audience: thinking the contradictions / Mary Griffiths and Sean Cubitt
  • Towards a language of mobile media / Jon Dovey and Constance Fleuriot
  • Snapshots from curating mobility / Beryl Graham
  • 2.2 Understanding public spatialisation
  • Beyond mapping: new strategies for meaning in locative artworks / Martin Rieser
  • Digital media and architecture
  • an observation / Anke Jacob
  • Urban screens as the visualization zone of the city's invisible communication sphere /Mirjam Struppek
  • 2.3 The creative user
  • Future physical: the creative user and theme of response-ABILITY / Debbi Lander
  • 'A fracture in reality': networked narratives as imaginary fields of action and dislocation / Andrea Zapp
  • section 3. Case studies
  • 3.1 Locative art
  • What makes mediascapes compelling? / Josephine Reid and Richard Hull
  • Hopstory/media tales of the liberties / Valentina Nisi, Glorianna Davenport/Valentina Nisi, Mads Haahr, Glorianna Davenport
  • Loca: 'Location oriented critical arts' / Drew Hemment, John Evans, Mika Raento, Theo Humphries
  • Invisible topographies / Usman Haque
  • Wifi-hog: the battle for ownership in public wireless space / Jonah Brucker-Cohen
  • 3.2 The creative user: the user as co-creator
  • Puppeteers, performers or avatars: a perceptual difference in telematics space / Paul Sermon
  • Mobile feelings: wireless communication of heartbeat and breath for mobile art / Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau
  • The living room / Victoria Fang
  • tunA and the power of proximity / Arianna Bassoli
  • Engagement with the everyday / Margot Jacobs
  • Between improvisation and publication: supporting the creative metamorphosis with technology / Cati Vaucelle
  • Developing creative audience interaction: four projects by Squidsoup / Anthony Rowe
  • 3.3 Wearable computing
  • The emotional wardrobe / Lisa Stead, Petar Goulev, Caroline Evans, Ebrahim Mamdani
  • Social fashioning and active conduits / Katherine Moriwaki
  • Wunderkammer: wearables as an artistic strategy / Laura Beloff
  • section 4. Artists interview
  • 4.1 Locative
  • Flirt and Mset / Fiona Raby
  • Trace, the choreography of everyday movement and drift / Teri Rueb
  • Blast theory / Matt Adams
  • Mixed reality lab / Steve Benford
  • The politics of mobility / Drew Hemment
  • 4.2 Wearables
  • Memory-rich garments and social interaction / Joey Berzowska
  • Heart on your sleeve / Annie Lovejoy.
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