Richard Johnson Design

trace

2006

TRACE is a project that examines the layering of physical space with the on and off zones of the wireless network. The project seeks to blend the corporeal experience of the city with the invisible qualities of the network, creating a narrative mapping of the hybrid space between them. This mapping is one that challenges purely static notions of public space to promote a temporal logic of the city that reflects the fluctuating character of the wireless network. TRACE was exhibited at VIPER Basel | 2004: International Festival for Film Video and New Media in Basel, Switzerland, the at ISEA2006/ZeroOne International Symposium of Electronic Art San Jose and the Conflux Festival in New York. TRACE is funded by the San Francisco Exploratorium as part of the "Invisible Dynamics Project." Developed in collaboration with Alison Sant, Ryan Shaw, Ram Subramanian, Richard Johnson, and Michael Swaine.

$7,000

N/A

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san jose,ca

installation

Exploratorium

ZER01