Category Archives: Imaging Place

Digital Art, Third Edition

Christiane Paul Thames & Hudson, London and New York 2015 pp. 237–240, 253–254, 258–259

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Imaging Place: Haverhill Bridge

Richard Smyth explains the correlation of thought, metaphor and space as we move through his neighborhood to the condemned Haverhill Bridge. Produced in 2001, this seminal scene from Imaging Place, 1997 – 2009, includes footage from the Ulmer Tapes, where … Continue reading

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CRCA Exchange #9: Augmenting Interventions

The Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA) is pleased to invite you to: AUGMENTING INTERVENTIONS Featuring CRCA Visiting Researcher: John Craig Freeman Wednesday February 15, 6pm – 7pm CRCA Performative Computing Lab Room 1606 Atkinson Hall UCSD … Continue reading

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Imaging Place AR

I have finally figured out how to migrate Imaging Place project to augmented reality. I will be building a physical teleportation device which users will stand on and aim their mobile device at a QR code. The device will be … Continue reading

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Augmenting Place

My daughter Donia has been showing interest in the family art practice of late and I have been waving her off and telling her to focus on her course work. However, she showed up with a shinny new Android mobile … Continue reading

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Imaging Belfast, Bobby Sands Mural

Danny Burke recounts the history of the 1981 Irish Hunger Strike at The H Blocks. For more see the dedicated Imaging Belfast blog.

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Back to Belfast

After a bit of a hiatus due to college busy work, I am back underway with the Belfast material.

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