Over the last few years there has been no shortage of festivals and RFPs exploring themes of 'urban hacking'. That said, every now and then a gem comes along. A hyper-organized call for proposals organized by San Francisco's Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA) was recently launched and—with $25K in available funding—it is promising enough than anyone whose work broadly engages 'the city' and/or urban experience should at least look it over.
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Created by Regina Flores, Holobiont Urbanism is a research project that sets out to study, map, and visualize the microbiome of New York City, inviting participants to reimagine the city they live in as more than a vast metropolis, but rather as a complex and adaptive biological superstructure.
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Kim Asendorf uses Google Maps to explore incomprehensive complexity of landscape as colour and pattern.
Dave Colangelo, a researcher and artist focused on the role media plays in the city. An Assistant Professor at the Portland State University in the School of Theatre + Film, and a member of the Public Visualization Studio, Colangelo chatted with CAN about media façades, public art, and Pokémon Go.