Subject: DMA - Digital media- 2013
Class 13 - continued... QR code mini exhibition & mixed reality environments
1. QR code mini exhibition
We will create a mini online/print exhibition using QR codes today.
You can use an image online, a blog entry, a short piece of text, video etc to use as your piece in the exhibition.
We need to think of a catchy name for the exhibition.
All you need to do is know the location of your piece online, or if it is text, then just use the text to generate the QR code. If the text is too long, make it a page in your blog instead.
I suggest using this website to generate your QR code:
Make sure you save your QR code with the following naming protocol:
I will compile the QR codes into a PDF file that can be printed or displayed online.
2. Review of Mixed Reality environments (AT4)
You will also have plent of class time today to research and write up your Mixed Reality review. You can develop it as a blog post, a blog page, or a PDF uplaoded to your blog.
Assessment Task 4: review the document here - 2013_DMA_AT4.html
3. Virtual Exhibition - Group Project
Explore how artists deal with exhibition development focusing on the logistics of complex and experimental exhibitions and the ethics that may be involved. Do you have complex and variable work that requires particular considerations for exhibition? Are there different contexts for exhibiting your work?
What are the particular limitations and considerations of creating a virtual exhibition?
Explore curation practices with a focus on how technology can be used to curate many types of creative content presentations.
Form yourselves into groups - you may choose a group with between 3-5 members. In this group you will curate a virtual exhibition
I have the capability to create 3 exhibitions in VAS (Virtual Art Space) with a maximum of 20 artworks per exhibition so you can form yourselves into groups that might be able to collaborate on a similar theme or concept.
Decide what your exhibition theme and content might be.
Look at last year's exhibitions:
Watch this! http://www.databarracks.com/ (narrated by Stephen Fry)
Homework / Readings
Research & writing for Assessment Task 4
see above links for references to mixed reality art
Unseen Sculptures - http://www.unseensculptures.com/
Augmented Reality at MoMA - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9T2LVM7ynM
MONA Gallery - "O" Device (the opposite of the MoMA exhibition - in this case, the information is virtual, triggered as you approach the physical artwork)- http://mona.net.au/theo/
The AR Art Manifesto - http://www.manifestar.info/
Australian Centre of Virtual Art <http://www.acva.net.au>
Adam Nash <http://yamanakanash.net>
Turbulence - Mixed Realities http://turbulence.org/mixed_realities/
Occupy Wall Street http://aroccupywallstreet.wordpress.com/protests-onsite/