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Presentations at DEAF03 of art projects adressing privacy issues.
Participants presenting were: Arthur Elsenaar and Taco Stolk (BuBL Space), Sara Diamond, FoeBud (Privacy Card), Rena Tangens and Automat.
The Open Territories program at DEAF03 offer a diverse public forum of debate and investigation through the presentation of individual art works alongside a series of three user interactive workspace projects.
BuBL.Space (2003) is an art project by Arthur Elsenaar and Taco Stolk, which addresses the issue of mobile phone use and privacy in public space.
The web-based art project H.I.D.E. (Human Identity Database Emulation) addresses the collection and storage of individual biometric characteristics.
'Privacy Card' is a project by the German artist/activist duo FoeBuD, formed by Rena Tangens and pandeluun.
Arthur Elsenaar (NL) is an artist, exploring the human face as computer-controlled display device.
Christian Hübler (DE) is an artist.
Verslag van Open Territories: project presentations, door Ron Meerhof, uit De Volkskrant, 27 februari 2003.
Report by Christel Vesters about DEAF03 Open Territories: Project Presentations, which took place on 26 February 2003.
'De Derde Dinsdag' is the live cultural talkshow on cultural events in Rotterdam. In December with ...
Program of presentations and screenings curated by Sara Diamond.
This month the Wiretap was dedicated to the theme of the festival: 'The Art of the Accident'. It ...
Data Quilting, Patterns in Media Practice and Theory was a workshop at DEAF03.
Extended biogaphy of Sadie Plant by Yvette van Nierop for the DEAF03 symposium.
Extended biography of Arjun Appadurai by Yvette van Nierop for DEAF03.
Short text on Manuel DeLanda, written by Yvette van Nierop for DEAF03.
Report by Rens Frommé about the Media Academy Day at DEAF03.
Playing Data Night was a music program at DEAF03 featuring audiovisual performances.
The open workspaces participants present their projects and processes, and are open daily for ...