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Christian Nold thinks we should pay more attention to how our environment shapes our emotional and physiological states. His work with Bio Mapping—which measures people’s responses to their environment and connects those feelings to their physical location—suggests that a map of emotional landscapes represents a powerful tool for analyzing the relationship between place and broader social issues.
Interactive Media students : Locative Media / Art Project
Consider uses of Google maps or other mapping tools for interactive art projects and locative media... How would you embed your own photos, video or story into an interactive map? How would you share this locative artwork with an audience? What are the best tools for a collaborative work, allowing multiple artists to link their works to a group map?
USE THIS LINK to learn more about new google mapping tool
Maps Engine Lite
create a custom icon for your google map:
Or what about using Mozilla's Popcorn to create a web native story with a map included?
Locative art is art which uses location-based media such GPS or Wi-Fi as its medium.
It is a sub-category of interactive art or new media art, which explores the relationships between the real world and the virtual or between people, places or objects in the real world. Locative media can involve emerging technologies such as: mobile phones, GPS, wireless networks, and other hand-held or portable devices.
These technologies enable inter-connectivity between locations, determine locations and mapping and enable participation in storytelling and games. They have become increasingly ubiquitous in our daily lives and public spaces, and are radically changing how people work and live. In addition, these technologies raise complex questions about public/private rights, laws and responsibilities...
Locative media can be used to express specific attributes of place through local history, connecting us to and with histories of architecture, urban space, the changing city and the combinations of news, folklore, and data flows which allow us to interpret and
understand where we live. How can local history be mapped? Is it collaborative or authorial? What kinds of stories constitute the history of a place? What kinds of data are place-based?
from City Centered: A Festival of Locative Media and Urban Community
See more links below... and use the comments to POST your own favorite example of a locative art project or mapping tool here.
This world around you is not what it seems. Our future is at stake, and you must choose a side.
A mysterious energy has been unearthed by a team of scientists in Europe. The origin and purpose of this force is unknown, but some researchers believe it is influencing the way we think. We must control it or it will control us.
"The Enlightened" seek to embrace the power that this energy may bestow upon us.
"The Resistance" struggle to defend, and protect what's left of our humanity.
Install Ingress and transform your world.
via GPS Museum / Project by Noah Feehan
1) A Syncwalk is a walk with an extra twist: as you travel, you are accompanied by a seamless mix of songs that relate to where you are at that moment. (Who made the mix of songs? You did! Or your friend, or an artist you like, and so forth...)
2) A Syncwalk is a collection of songs with a geographical area defined for each song (or group of songs). They're transferrable and saveable, so you can share your compositions with everyone!
Here are some examples of Locative Media Projects done over the past decade:
See 30 locative projects listed in the GPS Museum website
Urban Tapestries http://urbantapestries.net/
Uncle Roy All Around You by Blast Theory http://www.uncleroyallaroundyou.co.uk/
InterUrban by Jeff Knowlton, Naomi Spellman & Jeremy Hight http://interurban.34n118w.net/
Come Closer by squidsoup http://squidsoup.org/comecloser/
Field-Works by Masaki Fujihata http://www.field-works.net/
Choreography of Everyday Movement by Teri Rueb http://userpages.umbc.edu/~rueb/
GPS Drawing http://www.gpsdrawing.com/
Amsterdam Realtime by Ester Polak http://realtime.waag.org/
workshop at Karosta in Latvia http://locative.x-i.net/report2.html
MILK by Ieva Auzina and Esther Polak http://locative.x-i.net/piens/
Locative Media and Mapping / ISEA2013