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Project Contest: “Saragossa Possible Futures”

Published on June 16, 2012 by in Uncategorized

From Tel Aviv, Israel, Lila Chitayat and Succari Ori presents to Paseo Project: Saragossa Possible Futures

They would like to create a visual platform to express and re-thinking an ideal city of Saragossa.

Through gaming technology using architectural tools and a ‘dynamic public archive’ of documentation of the city, we suggest the citizens of Saragossa to visualize their ideal city and to awaken awareness to the existing physical environment and it’s parallel possibilities.

Saragossa Possible Futures can provoke a democratic discussion around the possibility of editing and dreaming an ideal city through changing the existing, visualizing it, and encouraging social engagement.

Users will get involved in Urban changes democratizing the discourse around their own futures.

 
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Concurso de proyectos: “Saragossa Possible Futures”

Desde Tel Aviv, Israel, Lila Chitayat y Succari Ori presentan a Paseo Project: Saragossa Possible Futures

Su idea es crear una plataforma visual donde se pueda expresar y repensar una ideal ciudad de Zaragoza en el futuro.

A través de tecnologías asociadas al videojuego, utilizando herramientas de arquitectura y un “archivo dinámico publico” sobre la documentación de la ciudad, sugieren a los ciudadanos de Zaragoza que visualicen su ciudad ideal.

Saragossa Possible Futures puede provocar una discusión democrática alrededor de las posibilidades de diseñar y soñar la ciudad ideal a través del cambio de los existente, visualizándolo y animando al compromiso social.

Los usuarios se involucrarán en los cambios urbanos democratizando el discurso alrededor de su futuro.

 
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Project Contest: “Urbicolous Disport”

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From Leeds (UK), Kingsley Ash and Andrew Dolphin are the authors of Urbicolous Disport.

Their work is an interactive, generative sound-toy installation in which participants capture, manipulate and play with the sounds of the city. Participants use mobile devices to collect sounds from around the city, which are then streamed, reworked and transformed to form the source materials in an original sound-toy application presented in an installation setting. A live audio-visual stream of the installation feeds back to the sound-walkers, allowing them to experience their recordings as they are re-contextualised within the sound toy. The work therefore exists as a collaboration between the soundwalkers and the installation participants, allowing them to explore the sonic environment of the city in different ways and collaboratively influence the resulting audio-visual output.

 
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Concurso de proyectos: “Urbicolous Disport”

Desde Leeds, Inglaterra, Kingsley Ash y Andrew Dolphin nos presentan su proyecto Urbicolous Disport .

Urbicolous Disport es una instalación y juego sonoro interactivo y generativo en que los participantes capturan, manipulan y juegan con los sonidos de la ciudad. Los participantes usan sus equipos móviles para capturar sonidos de la ciudad que posteriormente son rediseñados y transformados para formar parte como recursos materiales en la instalación. En ella un despliegue audiovisual responde al sonido que fue grabado anteriormente, permitiendo recontextualizarlo dentro del nuevo entorno. El trabajo existe como colaboración entre los grabadores de sonidos “soundwalkers” y los participantes de la instalación, permitiéndoles explorar el ambiente sonoro de la ciudad de maneras diferentes e influyendo colaborativamente en el resultado audiovisual final.

 
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Project Contest: “URBAN AUDIO”

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URBAN AUDIO is a project by German artist Florian Tuercke that examines the soundscape of a urban space.

This is an ongoing sound and media-art project based on sound-art research in public space. The acoustic structure of cities and urban situations is tested in terms of its compositional and musical structures.

URBAN AUDIO  investigates the motion in cities, its sonic output and its acoustic and structural implementations.

 

 

 
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