On May 12, Jolocom presented to the Berlin Eclipse community their artistic exhibition which will happen in Berlin in July 2017. You can find their presentation here: Art event for AGILE in Berlin (2017).
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Pulse Room
This exhibition will involve the deployment of several artistic installations in the city of Berlin that will demonstrate how IoT, through AGILE, can be used to create interactions with citizens by illustrating Open Data, input from users and data collected from the piloting activities.
The objective of their project is to bring the public at large closer to IoT through immersive/interactive art installations
- Involve the community of artists and developers in Berlin with the technology and with each other
- Incite a dialogue of IoT
This project will be managed as a contest: Artists will be invited to submit their proposal on one of the four different categories:
- Quantified Self assisted by bioAssist,
- Smart Cities assisted by Libelium,
- Interactive Spaces assisted by ATOS and
- Dangerous Externalities.
The four winners will be chosen from these submissions by a panel of artists, developers, and manufacturers who will assess both the artistic merit of the pieces as well as the technical viability within the given time frame.
If you are an artist and want to join the contest, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the others, stay tuned…