On: March 14, 2007
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About Anne Helmond
Anne is a New Media PhD Candidate and Lecturer at the University of Amsterdam. She graduated on software-engine relations in the blogosphere and continues her research as an analyst-designer in the newly found Digital Methods Initiative of the University of Amsterdam. Anne is also a freelance photographer for various Dutch media including VPRO 3voor12.


When: wed. March 21st 2007 || start 20.30 hrs. / doors: 20.00 hrs.
Where: Melkweg, Theater, Lijnbaansgracht 234 A, Amsterdam | free entrance |

LIVE webcast: www.fabchannel.com

‘Locative media’ are hot: from cell phones to GPS, to other means of satellite communications. A world without the latter seems unthinkable, or perhaps even non-navigationable. Experiments with locative media within the arts have mostly focused on and taken place within an urban context.
Upgrade! Amsterdam [tag & track] offers a counterbalance and highlights projects where the technology itself is not the main feature, but rather how their usage functions within specific contexts, and generates a multitude of meanings and experiences: from Fulani nomads in Nigeria to what the migration mapping of Montagu’s Harrier brings about between ornithologists from Groningen and farmers in Mauritania.

3 Responses to “Event: UPGRADE! AMSTERDAM: [TAG & TRACK}”
  • March 14, 2007 at 3:41 pm

    Sounds interesting!
    Who’s going?

  • March 15, 2007 at 9:16 pm

    think i will

  • March 15, 2007 at 9:41 pm

    shame that it’s the same night as the bruce sterling lecture..

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