NPR Science Friday
SciArts Producer Annie Minoff shares the story of a collaboration between a public artist and an augmented reality entrepreneur. And historian Patrick McCray joins Ira to talk about the legacy of LACMA’s first Art & Technology program. Read and listen
Volume 5, Issue 1, 2015
Edited by John Craig Freeman & Mimi Sheller
Special Issue: Mapping Culture Multimodally
Edited by Craig Saper and Nancy Duxbury
This Special Issue of Hyperrhiz uses the phrase cultural mapping to describe both a practice and an emerging interdisciplinary field. With multiple roots extending through theory and diverse areas of practice, from artistic inquiry to community planning, cultural mapping reflects the spatial and placed-based research in cultural and artistic studies, architecture and urban design, geography, sociology, cultural policy and planning, and e-media studies. Its recent adoption within a variety of disciplinary areas has necessitated new methodologies, perspectives, and disciplinary objectives. Continue reading.
A PUBLIC ARTWORK BY JOHN CRAIG FREEMAN WITH CRITICAL COMMENTARY BY JESSICA AUCHTER
Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos, augmented reality public art, Patagonia, Arizona, 2015.
We did an unpublicized run at the EEG AR Clinic at LACMA’s Art + Technology Lab today. Beginning Saturday February 14th the Clinics will appear on LACMA’s schedule.
Checkin in at the reception desk.
EEG Device fitting.
We will be broadcasting live via Remote EEG AR, so please drop by. Follow this link in Chrome on a webcam enabled computer and choose ‘Allow’, https://appear.in/EEGAR.
EEG AR Clinic, photo stream, February 14, 2015.
EEG AR Clinic, photo stream, February 21, 2015.
We rolled out the weekly AR Viewing at LACMA’s Plaza in February. Events were listed on LACMA’s calendar, http://lacma.org/eeg-ar-things-we-have-lost.
We broadcasted live via Remote EEG AR. Follow this link in Chrome on a webcam enabled computer and choose ‘Allow’, https://appear.in/EEGAR.
Avatars Visit the Museum, Screenshot, John Craig Freeman, February 5th, 2015.
Joel takes the AR Viewing Device for a test spin.
The crew at work, day one.
Day One, Screenshot, John Craig Freeman, February 5th, 2015.
AR Viewing on LACMA Plaza, photo stream, February 12, 2015.
AR Viewing on LACMA Plaza, photo stream, February 19, 2015.
Last week, the official EEG AR: Things We Have Lost page launched on LACMA.org.
The map is dynamic with active sites and will develop over the course on the next three months.