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Interacting in Public Space - How New Media change our behavior in public space

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suse miessner

on 21 September 2012

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Transcript of Interacting in Public Space - How New Media change our behavior in public space

How New Media influence our
behavior in Public Space master thesis at
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar Interacting in Public Space Suse Miessner New Media Public Space I content that around the end of the second millennium of the common era a number of major social, technological, economic, and cultural transformations came together to give rise to a new form of society.” (Castells 2010, p.XVII)

"Space is the expression of society. Since our societies are undergoing structural transformation, it is a reasonable hypothesis to suggest that new spatial forms and processes are currently emerging." (Castells 2010, pp.440–441) public space media society Part I Part II theoretical analytical Manuel Castells believes that
“all major trends of change constituting our new, confusing world are related, and that we can make sense of their interrelationship.” (Castells 2010, p.4) digital punch card apple I ≠ New Media numerical representation (as digital code) cultural emphasis
algorithmic nature "Space is the expression of society."
(Castells 2010, pp.440–441) camping cocooning Public Space encounter - meet - gather tolerance
heterogeneity
anonymity
creativity Public Space material condition of society
and
expression of society categorization of New Media surveillance media facades mobile media interactive New Media art installation "traditional" personalized advertizing interactive New Media art location-aware applications mobile gaming surveillance media facades "traditional" personalized advertizing interactive New Media art Toronto City Hall, 2008 Stereoscope mobile media mobile gaming location-aware applications maps foursquare Odenplan subway station, Stockholm, 2009 Piano Stairs interactive New Media art installation changes in public space caused by New Media acted space surveillance New Media art on media facade mobile media mobile gaming New Media art installation location-aware app changes in public space caused by New Media emotional space surveillance New Media art on media facade mobile media New Media art installation changes in public space caused by New Media acted space emotional space physical space New Media art installation conceived space location-aware app "Die digitale Technik ist nicht Feind des öffentlichen Raums, sondern sein Partner."
(Rauterberg 2001, p. 10) technology public space media society technology media technology culture tool different aspects and influences change and permanence
the unexpected urbanity modularity
automation variability
cultural transcoding individual, personal
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