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MINDtouch: Ephemeral Transferrance - Dec 2010

PhD Viva presentation SMARTlab Media Institute

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MINDtouch: Ephemeral Transferrance - Dec 2010

  1. 1. Camille Baker, MASc Interactive Arts SMARTlab Digital Media Institute PhD Candidate PhD Viva Voce December 15, 2010 MINDtouch: ephemeral transference: ‘Liveness’ in Networked Performance with Mobile Devices
  2. 2. SMARTlab Digital Media Institute PhD: research question –to uncover any new understandings of the sensations and qualities of ‘liveness’ and ‘presence’ that may emerge when using mobile technologies and wearable devices in participatory performance media contexts–
  3. 3. figure © 2009 C. Baker cognate fields New Media, Mobile/ locative media, telematics and wearable art/tech Performance/ live art, participatory theatre Philosophies of Technology, Consciousness & the Body, non- Psychology/ Neuroscience and Biology Video art, mobile and live or database cinema Mobile, collaborative, networked performance events
  4. 4. why I did this research (motivation) 1)  to combine my intellectual interests and art practices; 2)  I had a life-long fascination with telepathy and dreams; 3)  to connect research and art in fields of interest previously disconnected; 4)  I had a long interest in using mobile phones in physical performances with video or the network (telematics) 5)  the film by Wim Wenders’ “Until the End of the World” with its dream recorder, as well as other Sci-Fi films featuring videophones 6)  to contribute back something meaningful to ease distance and help people connect in more physical and emotionally felt ways.
  5. 5. BBC R+D sponsored MINDtouch This research was very fortunate to be sponsored by the BBC R+D, with excellent engineers advising the project, especially with the server and streaming video set up and implementation.
  6. 6. mobile and wearable devices as non-verbal expression Participants in third and fourth performance social events December 4th and 18th, 2009
  7. 7. MINDtouch project: case study Images © 2007 C. Baker workshop stills fromVancouver June and Dublin July 2007
  8. 8. Images© 2007 C. Baker - stills from participants’ videos, Dublin workshop October 2007 participant video from workshops 2007-2009
  9. 9. main themes • integration • connection • translation • participatory performance • embodying technology • networks / access
  10. 10. 1st performance July 2009 – documentation
  11. 11. 4th performance Dec 2009 – documentation clip
  12. 12. 4th performance Dec 2009 – documentation clip
  13. 13. restreamed video mix sample:
  14. 14. recording via qik on their mobile… ideally, for anyone to see globally on their mobile…
  15. 15. now and the future • a stand-alone phone application (for iPhone or Nokia) with local company is in the works; • the videophone workshops have been commissioned by performance orgs for 2011; • further funding is being explored to continue this project in 2011; • I will facilitate workshops for the Live Stages performance and technology festival in spring 2011 in London; • I have another wearable and mobile project in development.
  16. 16. Thank you!

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