Wednesday 12 June at 4pm
at ISEA 2013, auditorium 101
We will present our current research using mobile devices as a way of
integrating remote physical movement and sound into the online structure
of the Tap to allow participation away from keyboard/mouse-based
computers. Taking a cue from research using sensors in dance, we are using
phones carried by/attached to participantsto collect sensor information on
participants�� movement (geo-locative / accelerometer / motion / rhythm) as
a control source for the Tap.
We are also working with ��low-bandwith�� ways of integrating audio from
old-school mobile phones as both a content, feedback and control source.
Ultimately we see the Tap �plug-in�� as a structure that invites creative /
innovative projects rather than a creative project per se. Since March
2013, Inkahoots are working to implement the results of the research into
the Tap interface.
The team includes:
Ian Winters: programmer, interactive/video artist
James Cunningham: Igneous, interactivity and movement artist
Suzon Fuks: Waterwheel initiator & coordinator, movement interaction
Inkahoots: web design studio, Waterwheel co-founders.
For ISEA 2013,we will present highlights of our current research, and
conduct a demonstration of the Tap �plugin�� in a brief live performative
presentation exploring tracks and soundscapes of remote participants��
local waterways/scapes in Australia, Indonesia, Europe, and North America
- Adhari Donora in Riau, Sumatra (Indonesia)
- Russell Milledge & Rebecca Youdell - Bonemap in Cairns (Australia)
- Evelyn Ficarra & Kate Genevieve in Brighton (UK)
- Mary Armentrout & Marcia Scott in San Francisco (USA)
Looking forward to have your feedback, questions and suggestions
WATERWHEEL, Make & Share about Water
WATERWHEEL Initiator and co-founder
mob: +61-439 929 028 | Tel:+61-7-3255 8355 | 3/27 Waverley St - Annerley
QLD 4103 - Australia
it takes 3 litres of water to make 1 sheet of A4 paper & 12,000 litres to
make 500 grams of chocolate!
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1. Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa (Susan Ballard)
2. Creative Commons and Open Culture & Heritage Meeting
Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2013 20:20:15 +1000
From: Susan Ballard <su.ballard(a)gmail.com>
To: ada ada <Ada_list(a)list.waikato.ac.nz>
Subject: [Ada_list] Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa
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CALL FOR PAPERS & CALL FOR SMARTPHONE, MOBILE AND POCKET CAMERA FILMS
MINA ? 2013 | Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa
3rd International Mobile Creativity and Mobile Innovation Symposium and
International Mobile Innovation Screening
20 ? 22 November 2013
Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa [ MINA ? www.mina.pro
] is an
international network that promotes cultural and research activities to
expand the emerging possibilities of mobile media. MINA aims to explore
the opportunities for interaction between people, content and the
creative industry within the context of Aotearoa/New Zealand and
This year MINA is pleased to announce that the School of Art & Design
(AUT University) and CoLab (Creative Technologies Research Institute for
the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies at AUT University) will
co-host its 2013 International Symposium & Screening to be held at AUT
University?s Auckland City campus, in collaboration with the College of
Creative Arts, Massey University (Wellington).
The Symposium provides a platform for filmmakers, artists, designers,
researchers and industry professionals to debate the prospect of
wireless, mobile and ubiquitous technologies in art and design
environments and the creative industries.
CALL FOR PAPERS
MINA invites proposals for papers and presentations relating, but not
limited to mobile communities, mobile social media and social change,
mobile art, mobile locative media, citizen journalism, mobile visual
literacy, mobile video production, mobile-mentaries (mobile
documentaries), mobile network, mobile media in education and mobile
technologies and civic media.
This year the circulation of smartphones outnumbered the volume of mobile
phones. Most mobile devices (including tablets and pocket size digital
cameras) have a HD video capacity and provide Internet connectivity.
Since the proliferation of apps five years ago, new opportunities for
creative mobile media production emerged. Mobile filmmaking is now an
established format ranging from music video to TV commercial production.
A number of contemporary apps feature location-based services that can
create new experiences and representations of places. Mobile filmmaking
also provides prospects for citizen journalist to expand the domain of
videography. Contemporary forms of collaborative filmmaking projects
connect 21st century citizens and filmmakers across the globe creating
new forms of digital, networked and transmedia storytelling. As an
egalitarian filmmaking tool and technology, mobile filmmaking provides
access to a new generation of filmmakers. In alignment with the ubiquit
y of social media, mobile communication is shifting towards an
increasingly visual realm. Live streaming and micro formats of mobile
filmmaking can be compared to early cinema and actuality film, while
mobile short films resonate approaches and practices known from the field
of experimental documentary and avant-garde moving-image practices.
The 3nd International Mobile Creativity and Mobile Innovation Symposium
will explore the following mobile developments and dynamics in a
? MOBILE & PEDAGOGY
? MOBILE & MEDIA PRODUCTION
? MOBILE & AESTHETIC
? MOBILE & SOUND
? MOBILE & HYBRID ART
? MOBILE & INTERACTIVITY
? MOBILE & SPACE
MINA welcomes presentations in a variety of formats including academic
papers, workshops, poster presentations, performances, project showcases
and screenings. The 3nd International Mobile Creativity and Mobile
Innovation Symposium will also provide the opportunity to present papers
via live video and live web-broadcasts. For each submission, please send:
- a proposal / abstract of approximately 400 words, including the title
- a brief biograpy (100 words maximum)
Abstracts for papers and proposals of up to 500 words should be submitted
by the 16th of August 2013. Please include a title and brief biographical
note and send to laurent(a)mina.pro
All proposals will be double peer reviewed and presenters will be
notified of acceptances by 16th of September 2013. All selected papers
will be published in the Creative Technologies Journal ? Special Mobile
If you have any questions related to conference proposals please contact
Laurent Antonczak [ laurent(a)mina.pro | +64 211 625 072 ]. For further
information, please check also: www.mina.pro
CALL FOR SMARTPHONE, MOBILE AND POCKET CAMERA FILMS
MINA ? 2013 | Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa
3rd International Mobile Innovation Screening
Deadline for Mobile Films submission: 16th August 2013
The Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa [ MINA ] aims to explore the
possibilities of interaction between people, content and the creative
The International Mobile Innovation Screening 2013 will showcase short
films produced on and with smartphones, mobile and pocket cameras. This
year MINA is pleased to announce that the School of Art & Design (AUT
University) and CoLab (Creative Technologies Research Institute for the
Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies at AUT University) will
co-host the 3rd International Mobile Innovation Screening to be held at
AUT University?s Auckland City campus, in collaboration with the College
of Creative Arts, Massey University (Wellington).
Working in collaboration with Ohrenblick Mal (Germany), iPhone Popup Film
Festival (UK) International Mobil Film Festival and iPhone Film Festival
(USA), MINA showcases mobile filmmaking projects from around the world at
the 3rd International Mobile Innovation Screening in Wellington (November
2013) Film Archive, Auckland (21st and 22nd November 2013), AUT
University, Auckland City campus new Precint building and Melbourne (9th
December 2013), RMIT University.
Selected mobile films will be featured in the MINA showreel. The MINA
program is curated by Dr. Max Schleser (Massey University, Wellington,
NZ) and Laurent Antonczak (AUT University, Auckland, NZ).
For each submission, please send:
- a proposal of approximately 250 words, including the mobile film title
- two still images
- the link to the online preview (if available)
- a brief biography (100 words maximum)
to Dr. Max Schleser [ max(a)mina.pro ]. For further assistance regarding
submission enquiries, please contact Dr. Max Schleser [ max(a)mina.pro |
+64 226 920 872 ] or check also: www.mina.pro
Work can be sent in digital format, via post or courier:
Dr. Max Schleser
c/o MINA, School of Design
Po Box 756, Wellington 6140
MINA 2012 showreel: http://vimeo.com/51724574
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 02:32:25 +0000
From: Matt McGregor <Matt.McGregor(a)royalsociety.org.nz>
To: "Ada_list(a)list.waikato.ac.nz" <Ada_list(a)list.waikato.ac.nz>
Subject: [Ada_list] Creative Commons and Open Culture & Heritage
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Apologies for cross-posting.
I thought this might be of interest to the list. Creative Commons
Aotearoa NZ is hosting a public meeting on open culture and heritage,
during the Nethui conference in Wellington July. You don?t need to be
coming to Nethui to attend. Details as follows:
Creative Commons Nethui Meetup: Open Culture and Heritage.
TUESDAY 9 July 2013, 6pm-7.15pm at NetHui 2013, Room TBC, Wellington Town
Across the world, museums, galleries, archives, libraries and
broadcasters? from the
lic-use-of-online-art-images.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0> in The Netherlands
to ABC Australia<http://www.abc.net.au/archives/openarchives.htm>?are
using Creative Commons licences and clear ?no known copyright? statements
to open their collections for greater public access and reuse.
What are some of the challenges in opening New Zealand?s publicly funded
and publicly housed culture and heritage? And what developments can we
expect in the years ahead?
Join us for a wide-ranging, open discussion on copyright and Creative
Commons in the culture and heritage sector.
? Courtney Johnston, Director, Hutt City Museums
? Mark Crookston, Digital Collection Strategy Leader, Alexander
? Victoria Leachman, Rights Advisor, Te Papa Tongarewa
? Brenda Leeuwenberg, Digital Advisor, NZ On Air
All welcome! Nethui registration not required.
If you?re interested in coming along, RSVP Matt McGregor at
Find out more here: http://www.creativecommons.org.nz/2013/06/nethui-2013/
Find out more about Nethui here: http://nethui.org.nz/
Matt McGregor Creative Commons
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