at the New Museum
Emergent digital technologies are rapidly changing both the face of our cities and our daily experience of them, whether invoked in the production of architectural form, the representation of urban space, or our interface to the locative and other services newly available there. Dynamic maps update in real time; garments and spaces deform in response to environmental, biological and even psychological conditions. We find our very emotions made visible, public, and persistently retrievable. Somewhere along the way, we find our notions of public space, participation, and what it means to be urban undergoing the most profound sort of change.
<p>Featured projects by <a href="http://www.stamen.com/">Stamen Design</a>, <a href="http://www.http://mystudio.us/.com/">J. Meejin Yoon</a>, and <a href="http://www.softhook.com/">Christian Nold</a> blur the boundaries between art, design and technological development. Moderated and introduced by <a href="http://www.studies-observations.com/everyware/">Everyware</a> author <a href="http://speedbird.wordpress.com/">Adam Greenfield</a>.</p> <p>Part of the <a href="http://www.newmuseum.org/events/new_silent">New Silent Series</a></p>