New Narratives, New Territories

Frequency and Volume by Rafael Lozano Hemmer. As seen Invisible Fields (2011), co-curated by José Luis de Vicente and Honor Harger and at Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona

New Narratives, New Territories

A talk for the ICT Art Connect Workshop
Brussels, 10 November 2013

Credits and References

Sincere thanks to: Jose Luis de Vicente, James Bridle, Natalia Buckley, Timo Arnall, and all the artists and technologists cited.


Title Slide: data.tron [8K enhanced version] by Ryoji Ikeda (see below)

Artworks/projects referenced in Introduction:
Mesopotamian Dramatugies (Su & Mayhem) by Kutlug Ataman (2011), exhibited at Brighton Festival 2011:
levelHead by Julian Oliver (2008) shown at Suspending Disbelief, Lighthouse, 2010:
Evolution of Fearlessness by Lynette Wallworth shown at Brighton Festival 2011: – Laboratory Life (2011):
Frequency & Volume by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, as seen at Invisible Fields (2011):
– Particle Decelerator:
– Luke Jerram, Improving Reality 2012, Brighton Digital Festival 2012:
Laboratory Life produced at Lighthouse, 2011:
– Hannu Rajaniemi quoted in “The Future Always Wins”, Arc 1.1, February 2012:
– data.tron [8K enhanced version] by Ryoji Ikeda (2008-09):

Artworks/projects referenced in Part 1:

– The Boston Shuffler- stock-trading algorithm, courtesy of Kevin Slavin:
– Cloud computing survey commissioned by Citrix, August 2012:
– The proposed Center for Innovation, Testing and Evaluation, New Mexico:
Invisible Fields (2011), co-curated by José Luis de Vicente and Honor Harger and at Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona:
20Hz by Semiconductor (2011):
Immaterials by Timo Arnall, Einar Sneve Martinussen, Jørn Knutsen, Jack Schulze and Matt Jones, Lighthouse, 2013:
Immaterials: Light Painting WiFi by Timo Arnall, Einar Sneve Martinussen, and Jørn Knutsen (2011):
– Timo Arnall quoted in No to NoUI by Timo Arnall, March 2013:

Artworks/projects referenced in Part 2:
– Happenstance (2012) – residencies for creative technologists:
– Offbott by James Bridle and Natalia Buckley:

Artworks/projects referenced in Part 3:

– William Gibson quoted in Spooky Country (2007):
Drone images:
– Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk:
– A drone pilot at the base at Hancock Field. Image: Heather Ainsworth for The New York Times:
– Untitled (Predators; Indian Springs, NV) by Trevor Paglen (2010)
– Cameras and imaging devices aboard drone aircraft. Image:
– Dronestagram (2012-12) by James Bridle:
– Drone Shadow (2012) by James Bridle:
– Under the Shadow of the Drone (2013) by James Bridle:
– James Bridle quoted in Drone Shadows, 2012:
– James Bridle quoted in Ring of Steel, 2013:

Artworks/projects referenced in conclusion:
SolarSinter by Markus Kayser (2012):
Hostage pt.1 by Frederik de Wilde (2010):
Bacterial Radio by Joe Davis:
Protei by Cesar Harada (2012):
Environmental Health Clinic by Natalie Jeremijenko:
City CPU by Gordan Savi?i? (2011):
New Mumbai by Tobias Revell (2012):


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