S – Y
Author: Pasquale Direse (Italia)
Synopsis: A cross-media multiplatform combining a mobile, opensource application, several interactive site-specific urban screens and a dynamic map aggregating local networks,
Title: Saragossa Possible Futures
Authors: Lila Chitayat and Succari Ori (Israel)
Synopsis: Through gaming technology using architectural tools and a ‘dynamic public archive’ of documentation of the city, this project suggests the citizens of Saragossa to visualize their ideal city and to awaken awareness to the existing physical environment and it’s parallel possibilities.
Title: Zaragoza: sinfonía de una ciudad (Zaragoza: Symphony of a City)
Authors: Lvis Mejía y Arturo Zepeda (Mexico)
Synopsis: A visual and sound project about a new way to perceive the city.
Author: Madja Petric (Croatia)
Synopsis: A a daylight and video art installation that presents a view of the array of skies in Zaragoza.
Title: Snail Trail
Author: Phillip Artus (Germany)
Synopsis: An expermiental animation and a site-specific installation made with laser
Author: Stanza (UK)
Synopsis: A responsive sound installation of the real space and environment.
Title: Sound Path
Authors: Pawel Labunko y Anna Suda (Poland)
Synopsis: An smart phone application dedicated which guides the audience through the city using geotagged POIs and combination of soundtracks and direction sound guides.
Author: Daniel Palacios
Synopsis: This project is the outcome of a wider project which studies the perception of our surroundings in different scales.
Title: Urban Audio
Author: Florian Tuercke (Germany)
Synopsis: This is an ongoing sound and media-art project based on sound-art research in public space.
Author: Christof Schläger (Germany)
Synopsis: A concert-event for one square mile of the city with 128 signal-horns and pipes on two places. The concert starts by using mobile phones to synchronize the two sound-machines.
Title: Urbicolous Disport
Authors: Kingsley Ash and Andrew Dolphin (UK)
Synopsis: An interactive, generative sound-toy installation in which participants capture, manipulate and play with the sounds of the city.
Title: Walking the Edit
Author: Ulrich Fischer (Switzerland)
Synopsis: A new system which allows to record your walk around the city and turn it into a movie through an app of your smartphone.
Title: Y Straight Forward
Authors: Elke Reinhuber and Sebastian Pelz (Germany)
Synopsis: This project considers the idea of a counterfactual tour guide, which does not look for the shortest connection between two points, but explores all the delights along the way.