Book: The Internet of other people’s things

Book: The Internet of other people’s things

edited by: Kairus.org – Linda Kronman, Andreas Zingerle

The publication is available in digital in form as a pdf.

A printed and a web version will be available end of January 2019.

 

Content:

FOREWORD by Jonathan Woodier

THE INTERNET OF OTHER PEOPLE’S THINGS – INTRODUCTION
by Linda Kronman and Andreas Zingerle

DYSTOPIAN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WITHIN
THE INTERNET OF THINGS by Helena Nikonole

FOUND by Carlos Rene Pacheco

ARTISTIC RECONNAISSANCE by KairUs Art+Research

LISTENING STATIONS: A PROMPT TO EXAMINE THE HISTORIES
OF THE INTERNET OF THINGS by Owen Mundy

JOURNEY INTO PREDICTABILITY by Yvonne Volkart

PREFERRED MY OLD SKIN by Tyler Coburn

SENSING THE SMART CITY – In conversation with Tyler Coburn

SMART CITIES AND SMART WASTE – In conversation with Binna Choi

SOUTH KOREAN HOMES, NEIGHBORHOODS AND CITIES –
In conversation with artist duo Nana & Felix

CRITICAL AND PLAYFUL MITIGATION: TACKLING SMART CITY
CONTROVERSIES WITH FICTIONS AND GAMES by Bastien Kerspern

RESISTING THE DEPLOYMENT OF LINKY IN FRANCE by Lily Martinet

FEELING AT HOME: BETWEEN HUMAN AND AI by Lauren McCarthy

MONITOR: CODE, BROWSER, VIEWER by Luke Munn

FEELING AT HOME WITH THE INTERNET OF THINGS by Anuradha Reddy

TOSS (TERMS OF SERVICE STATIC) by Mez Breeze

LEAKED LOCATIONS FROM YOUR NETWORKED PAST by Lasse Scheriffig

THE WORK OF ART IN THE AGE OF ITS
TECHNOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION by Cesar Escuardo Andaluz

RAZOR WIRE MODEM: AN ARTISTIC INTERVENTION
AT THE SCHENGEN BORDER by Martin Reiche

THE DECAY OF DIGITAL THINGS by Andrew Lovett-Barron

 

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