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Participation with Camera

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Participation with Camera

  1. 1. Participation with Camera From Video Cameras to Camera Phones Lecture, 13th September 2006 Summer University 2006 Hans Böckler Foundation Harnack-House Berlin Thomas Dreher 1
  2. 2. Experimental Films The Fifties right: Kubelka, Pe- ter: Adebar, 1957, film, 35 mm, b/w, sound, 69 sec.Lemaître, Maurice: Le film estdéjà commencé? 1951, film, 16mm, colour, sound, 59 min. UR above: URL: 2
  3. 3. Video: Electronic Image ProcessingVasulka, Steina: Distant Activities, Mai 1972, video, 6 min.URL: Paik, Nam June: Participation TV II, Galleria Bonino, New York1971. Reactive installation with three cameras, video synthesizer andfour monitors. Photo: Peter Moore 3
  4. 4. Video and TV First Transmission of ACTV, Video, 1972. First trans- mission of the cable station Austin Community Tele- vision (ACTV), 1972. George Stoney tells about his experiences with cable access in Mexico. He was filmed on the hilltop withVanDerBeek, Stan: the cable company´sViolence Sonata, 1970, antenna which was theTV-transmission, WGBH, head-end for the distri-Boston, channel 2 (above) bution of broadcast signalsand channel 44. URL: http:// through the cable URL: acgi$tapedetail?FIRSTTRANS right: Radical Software. Vol.1/Nr.4, Summer 1971, p.23: Call for the use of cable accesses for the broadcast of videos produced with half- inch portable equipment . 4
  5. 5. Videoactivism on the Internet Indymedia Germany, chapter video documentations. URL: 5
  6. 6. Roy Ascott: La Plissure du TexteCollaborative writing project, ARTEX (The Artist´s Electronic Exchange Program), I.P. Sharp Associates 6 Computer Timesharing Network, 1983. URL:
  7. 7. Amy Alexander: The Multi-Cultural Recycler, 1997 above: The Multi-Cultural Recycler Gallery, 8/26/2006 URL: left: result after the selection of three webcams: PotsdamerPlatzCam, HollywoodCam, RealTimeTokyoCam 7
  8. 8. Surveillance CamerasAdrian X, Robert: Überwachung/Surveillance 2, Vienna,Karlsplatz, metro station.Transmission ORF, FS 2, 16thJune 1981. URL: Heath Bunting: CCTV – world wide watch, since 1997, net project with connections to 4 webcams. URL: action=main_page (26.8.2006). 8
  9. 9. Finessing of SurveillanceInstitute for Applied Autonomomy: i-See,2002. Above: version 3, Ljubljana, June2003. Right: version 2, Manhattan,November 2002. Below: participant withiPAQ. URL: 9
  10. 10. Surveillance of SurveillanceAbove and right: Teran,Michelle: Life: A User´sManual, Linz, 3th-5thSeptember 2005. Teran´swalks with video scanner.URL: life/linz.html left: Utrecht, 5th-9th June 2003, 2 minutes lasting DVD trailer of the scans realized by participants in the course of one day: The same person at the shop´s entrance filmed from an external point (left) and from an internal point (right) by the scanned surveillance 10 camera. URL: box/life/trailers/ compressed_movies/
  11. 11. Interactive Urban ExperienceCounts Media Inc.: Yellow Arrow, version 2.0, since November 2005. URL: 11
  12. 12. Tours and MapsMap of Cuauhtinchan Nr.II, Mexico, 16th cent., Woods, Jeremy/Pryor, Hugh: GPS Drawing, since 2000.detail. The map is the oldest document of an Aztec mapsystem for itineraries. URL: Gallery: Contributions. URL: contributions.htmmapa.htmlWaldseemüller, Martin: CosmographiaeIntroductio, 1507. First European Map for cuttings to beglued on a ball. URL: Google Maps Hybrid. URL: 12
  13. 13. Tours on Maps Dale, Michael/Sack, Warren: Street Stories, Version 2.0, San Francisco, 2004. GPS drawing madeCarden, Tom/Coast, Steve: Open Street Map (OSM), by walking with the cell phone and having the coordinatessince December 2004. GPS traces of streets in London. URL: http:// automatically uploaded to the server (W.Sack). URL: Description/ 13
  14. 14. GeoTracing Waag Society: N8spel (Game n8), Amsterdam, November 2005. URL:, Just van den: Sense of the City, Eindhoven, April2006. URL: left: Broecke, Just van den: GeoSkating, March-June 2005. URL: right: Broecke, Just van den: GeoTracing, since August 2005. URL: http:// 14
  15. 15. Urban Spaces and Data Spaces Jain, Anab: Yellow Chair Stories,Carbon Defense League: MapHub, project, Pittsburgh, since 2001, test London, June 2005. Open WiFi access.phases 2004-2005, new website March 2006. URL: URL: 15
  16. 16. GeoTagging Psychogeography Bauhaus Imaginiste (Hg.): Guide pschogéographique de Paris, 1957ckyuan: Yuan.CC Maps, since March 2006. GeoTagging on Google Mapswith photos from URL: 16
  17. 17. Concept MapKealy, William A.: Benefits of Integrating Technology into the Classroom. 2001. Concept Map.URL: 17
  18. 18. LiteraturBibliography of the illustrations´ sources:page 2, left side: Ohrt, Roberto: Phantom Avantgarde. Eine Geschichte der Situationistischen Internationaleund der modernen Kunst. Hamburg 1990, p.30, 2, midst: Jutz, Gabriele/Tscherkassy, Peter (ed.): Peter Kubelka. Vienna 1995, 3, right side: Davis, Douglas: Vom Experiment zur Idee. Die Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts im Zeichen vonWissenschaft und Technologie. Cologne 1975 (english original: Art and the Future. New York 1973), p.189. 18