|The schedule for Mobile Art && Code is straightforward:
• Practical skills-based workshops on Friday and Sunday;
• Lecture presentations by distinguished speakers on Saturday;
• Plus, other social events and performances throughout!
|Download a program here!|
Detailed Schedules for MOBILE ART && CODE:
|Notes about this Workshop Schedule
• Nearly all workshops are 3 hours long.
• Attendance in most workshops is limited.
• “$75 + 50m” means that a $75 workshop also has a $50 materials fee, for a $125 total.
• Our workshops have minimum suggested skill levels, according to the colors at right.
| All levels! No special skills are required.
It will help if you’ve done a little programming.
Some programming experience is recommended.
|LECTURE & PRESENTATION SCHEDULE, Saturday November 7th, 2009.
Lecture presentations are free and (space permitting) open to the public.
All presentations will be recorded and shared online at our Vimeo feed.
|08:00 – 08:55||COFFEE, PASTRIES & REGISTRATION|
|09:00 – 09:10||Introduction – Golan Levin (Carnegie Mellon)|
|SESSION I. Mobile Audiovision, Experimentation and Interaction
Explorations into the language, aesthetics, and history of mobile arts and interaction design.
|09:15 – 09:40||Jürgen Scheible (UIAH, Helsinki)
“MobiSpray: Paint Your City and other Mobile Artworks”
|09:45 – 10:25||Short Cuts: Mobile Audiovisuals
Live demonstrations by leading innovators in palmtop synaesthetics.
Memo Akten (MSA Visuals, UK)
Zach Gage (Independent Artist)
Hans-Christoph Steiner (NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program)
|10:30 – 11:05||Jonah Brucker-Cohen (New York University)
Katherine Moriwaki (Parsons School of Design) & Jonah Brucker-Cohen
|11:10 – 12:00||Frauke Behrendt (University of Sussex, UK)“Towards a history of mobile phone arts”|
|12:00 – 14:00||LUNCH BREAK and JAIL BREAK
…including a special informal meeting about how to jailbreak your iPhone!
|SESSION II. Mobility, Locativity and Society
Technocultural, tactical, and other contextual approaches to mobile computing.
|14:00 – 14:35||Eric Paulos (Carnegie Mellon)
“The rise of the expert amateur: DIY culture and citizen science”
|14:40 – 15:15||Lalya Gaye (RISD)|
|15:20 – 15:55||Tad Hirsch (Intel) Cancelled.|
|16:00 – 16:20||CUPCAKE BREAK|
|SESSION III. Invention
The future is already here; it’s just not evenly distributed.
We spread it around with a blast from the radical present.
|16:20 – 16:55||Julian Bleecker (Near Future Laboratory)
“Design Fiction: Props, Prototypes and Predicaments”
|17:00 – 17:55||Keynote Presentation – Marc Davis (Invention Arts)
“Connecting People, the Web, and the World: Inventing the Future of Mobile, Art, and Code”
|17:55 – 18:00||Closing Remarks|
|Evening Presentations & Performances|
|18:30 – 19:50||DINNER BREAK + Open Mic|
|20:00 – 21:00||Lesley Flanigan|
|21:00 – 22:00||The Loud Objects|
|22:00 – 24:00+||Lauren G of Spoilers X Riley Harmon (DJ/VJ night)|