Open 11: Hybrid Space

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Laptops in the park, Bluetooth alerts at the bar, microchips under the dog's skin: wireless technologies like WiFi, GPS, and RFID are changing public space. The world is increasingly traversed by an electronic infrastructure and overlaid with the invisible lines of swiftly evolving alternative cultural and social domains. The traditional physical and social public domain is being supplemented by zones, places and subcultures that transcend the local to interlink with the translocal and the global. Open 11: Hybrid...
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Laptops in the park, Bluetooth alerts at the bar, microchips under the dog's skin: wireless technologies like WiFi, GPS, and RFID are changing public space. The world is increasingly traversed by an electronic infrastructure and overlaid with the invisible lines of swiftly evolving alternative cultural and social domains. The traditional physical and social public domain is being supplemented by zones, places and subcultures that transcend the local to interlink with the translocal and the global. Open 11: Hybrid Space asks, "How can individuals and groups appropriate, liberate, or sculpt this hybrid, seemingly flexible space? Where is the 'public' now, and whose spatial, cultural and political strategies will shape it?"
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  • ISBN-13: 9789056625368
  • Publisher: NAi Publishers
  • Publication date: 3/28/2007
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents


Editorial   Jorinde Seijdel     4
The Network of Waves: Living and Acting in a Hybrid Space   Eric Kluitenberg     6
Public Interventions: The Shifting Meaning of the Urban Condition   Saskia Sassen     18
Mindful Disconnection: Counterpowering the Panopticon from the Inside   Howard Rheingold   Eric Kluitenberg     28
To Act in Public through Geo-Annotation: Social Encounters through Locative Media Art   Assia Kraan     38
RFID & Agency: The Cultural and Social Possibilities of RFID   Klaas Kuitenbrouwer     50
'Once It's Gone, It's Gone': Interview with Jef Cornelis   Koen Brams   Dirk Pultau     60
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Public (Im)potence   Noortje Marres     78
Soft Urbanism: Neighbours Network City (NNC) in the Ruhr Region   Elizabeth Sikiaridi   Frans Vogelaar     82
Reclaiming Virtual and Physical Spaces: Indymedia London at the Halloween Critical Mass   Marion Hamm     96
Hybridity of the Post-Public Space: Logo Parc and the Zuidas in Amsterdam   Logo Pare     112
Play with Time and Space: Optionaltime by Susann Lekas and Joes Koppers   Max Bruinsma     124
Publishing, Everywhere and Anywhere: Droombeek in Enschede   ArieAltena     134
Mobile Work/Travail Mobile   De Geuzen     140
Worn Technology: The Alteration of Social Space   Kristina Andersen   Joanna Berzowska     148
Supplement: CD-Rom Amsterdam
RealTime   Esther Polak
Books
Rene Boomkens, De nieuwe wanorde. Globalisering en het einde van de maakbare samenleving   Dieter Lesage     158
Martijn Engelbregt/EGBG, Dit is Nederland, de Dienstcatalogus   Max Bruinsma     161
Janet Abrams en Peter Hall (eds.), Else/Where: Mapping - New Cartographies of Networks and Territories   Willem van Weelden     163
Sven Lutticken, Secret Publicity. Essays on Contemporary   Art Jan Verwoert     165
Edward J. Valauskas (ed.), Urban Screens: Discovering the potential of outdoor screens for urban society, First Monday, Special Issue #4   Marc Schuilenburg     168
Kas Oosterhuis, Lukas Feireiss (eds.), Game, Set and Match II: On Computer Games, Advanced Geometries, and Digital Technologies   Omar Munoz Cremers     170
Personalia     172
Credits     175
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