Location/Space/Home

Tuned City

Space Place and Sound

Sound is everywhere, but we are predominantly living in a visual coined society. While describing locations and places we are usually giving a visual description at first.More ...
Aram Bartholl

Digital trespassers in the analogue word

“In his art work Aram Bartholl thematizes the relationships between net data space and public every day life. In which form does the network data world manifest itself in our everyday life?"More ...

Living in a networked environment

Anna Trapenciere is a Latvian artist who is investigating the idealist position of creating meaning from the complex and intimate relationships of the human being and its environment, by connecting analogue and digital parts of life.More ...

Location of cultural producer and exhibitions on our desktop

Already 10 years ago was discussion about no-escape-zone where we live even if we travel. We are reachable through electronic media what we carry with ourselves, if it is switched on. Leaving physical places doesn’t mean leaving your „social network“ of families and friends. If it was rather surprising decade or more ago (I got my first mobile phone in 1997), then it became everyday reality now.More ...

Location/Space/Home – Introduction

How do we experience space nowadays? This topic is dealing with the question of how do we position ourselves therein. Global positioning systems in smart phones or classical mobile navigation equipment give orientation in everyday life. By Google Earth we can view today our city from above, the quarter where our friend lives or the garden of our unloved neighbor.More ...

Rosanne Altstatt about locative media and the feeling of location

Hello All, Thank you for the invitation to put in my two cents this month. Many of you will know me from my time directing the Videonale Bonn and the Edith Russ Site for Media Art until I left Germany in 2004. I’ve been in Indiana ever since, mentoring students and conducting research at Purdue University, curating and writing about a host of different projects – some more and some less New Media.More ...

Essays about Net Culture

Raivo Kelomees: Networks as Space for Community-Based Art