[ARENA] Fwd: HACK THE CITY, Dublin - open call

André Rangel a 3kta.net
Terça-Feira, 20 de Dezembro de 2011 - 14:29:39 WET

> Dear Friends and Colleagues,
> So that you are aware I'm curating Hack-the-City for the Science  
> Gallery, Dublin. The call for submissions is now open and will  
> close 20 Jan 2012.
> Full details are below and in the following link from which you can  
> access the online submission form: http://sciencegallery.com/ 
> hackthecity.
> The programme itself will open 21 June and run from 22 June - 07  
> Sept, 2012. It will be one of the Science Gallery, Dublin's major  
> exhibitions for next year and a key part of Dublin's Year of Science.
> I'd appreciate if you could pass the call via your networks. If you  
> have any inquiries about the call you can contact me via this  
> email, or on Skype: teresa_dillon.
> Wishing you a happy holiday and success in 2012.
> Regards, Teresa
> ++++++++++++++
> 22:06:12 – 07:09:12
> Call for Proposals
> Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland is seeking  
> proposals for an upcoming major exhibition and festival HACK THE CITY
> Call Opens: Monday 5 December
> Call Closes: Friday 20 January
> Exhibition duration: 22 June 2012 – 07 September 2012
> Festival dates: 11-15 July 2012
> Calling all hackers, makers, doers, data nerds, hobbyists, artists,  
> citizen scientists, tech geeks, activists, edgy engineers and DIY  
> urban planners...
> Science Gallery is seeking proposals for its 2012 flagship  
> exhibition HACK THE CITY launching in June 2012. HACK THE CITY is  
> curated by Teresa Dillon - Lead Curator/Researcher & artist, Linda  
> Doyle - Director of CTVR, Josh Klein - TED Speaker and author of  
> Hacking Work, Martin Kelly - IBM Venture Capital Group and Michael  
> John Gorman - Director of Science Gallery.
> Currently more than half of the world’s population lives in towns  
> and cities. This trend is expected to continue. Between 2025-2030  
> of the approximate 8 billion people who will live in the world 5  
> billion will live in cities. Yet the majority of our city  
> infrastructures are based on inherited historical layouts and systems.
> Science Gallery’s 2012 flagship exhibition and festival HACK THE  
> CITY will rethink our cities from the ground up through the spirit  
> and philosophy of the hacker ethos - to bend, mash-up, tweak and  
> cannibalise our city systems, to create possibilities, illustrate  
> visionary thinking and demonstrate real-world examples for  
> sustainable urban futures. It will capitalize on Dublin city’s  
> history, legacy, population and infrastructure, transforming the  
> city itself into a nimble “playground” and live urban hack lab.
> The exhibition and events will explore hacking for good – the  
> repurposing of useful resources, the innovators who customise  
> existing tools for new uses and who purposefully challenge existing  
> hierarchies. What creative ways can we release untapped resources,  
> harnessing what maybe considered as by-products or waste, to create  
> alternative systems for public good?
> HACK THE CITY is Science Gallery’s major international exhibition  
> and festival for 2012 and a flagship programme of Dublin City of  
> Science. We are interested in receiving proposals for experiments,  
> exhibits and events, which go beyond Science Gallery in to the city  
> of Dublin and even connect multiple cities globally. Potential  
> venue partnerships include The Ark, Temple Bar, Dublin and  
> international partnerships with ZER01 in San Jose, California.
> Working with our international partners and local councils we will  
> be creating city zones, which will test potential new technologies,  
> creating situations for energy visualization, play, social  
> networking and communications.
> As a centrepiece in Dublin’s tenure as European City of Science  
> 2012, we are especially interested in submissions which utilise  
> Dublin’s position, geography and demographic – as the capital of a  
> small island, on the periphery of Europe, struggling to recover  
> from a post-economic boom and the European home for a number of key  
> multinational tech companies (IBM, Google, Facebook), innovators  
> and entrepreneurs. Drawing on this vibrant community we encourage  
> novel approaches to social and commercial ideas, which can be  
> piloted and prototyped during HACK THE CITY.
> The exhibition will include existing and proposed works,  
> innovations and inventions around the theme of HACK THE CITY. The  
> exhibition will extend beyond the gallery through workshops, labs,  
> events and off-site projects with Science Gallery becoming a hub  
> connecting difference city zones to mobile and online worlds.
> Alongside artworks, designed objects and documentary artefacts,  
> HACK THE CITY will encourage thinking differently about how we set  
> up new business products and services, which address our urban  
> demands, plus include special live performances, innovative  
> installations, unique physical and mental experiences, high-profile  
> talks, discussions and debates, web-focused interactions, games and  
> collaborative experiences.
> We are seeking proposals for:
> Installations
> Mass-participation experiments
> Events
> Performances
> New products/services/start-ups
> Workshops
> Apps
> Visualizations, maps and mashups
> Through our association with The Ark we are also interested in  
> proposals which cater directly to a younger audience. You can find  
> out more about The Ark's call, which is on the theme of  
> biodiversity herehttp://ark.ie/downloads/ 
> The_Ark_Awakening_Curiosity_Submission_Callout_November_2011.pdf
> Suggested areas of focus include:
> Augmenting the City – submissions that repurpose the physical city  
> environs to allow a significant unique interaction with the  
> surrounding city landscape, including AR apps
> City based projects, objects and experiences in the areas of public  
> art / street art / community / new media, technology and design.
> Particular attention will be paid to projects that rethink and  
> recycle the slack spaces in the city, uncover subcultures, subvert  
> and reveal the architectural blueprint of the city itself.
> Projects which allow the city dweller to interact with and  
> interject into the city, both in terms of its systems and  
> infrastructure as well as it’s physical form.
> Particular attention will be paid to robust projects that have a  
> significant visual impact or presence in the city itself and are  
> designed to be economic with the available resources and tools.  
> These projects should also contain a significant element that can  
> be integrated into the Science Gallery exhibition space.
> We are particularly interested in receiving submissions, which are  
> Dublin specific as well as projects, which refer to the global  
> urban environment or connect different cities
> We are interested in projects that may have an element of longevity  
> that can exist beyond the time span of the exhibition itself.
> Urban experiments – submissions which utilize the infrastructure,  
> data and citizens of the city to carry out experiments
> Future of the City - submissions, which think broadly and diversely  
> about how we live in cities, support subversion and play and allow  
> our audience to experience live mappings of the dynamic city (flow  
> of energy, transport, capital and people) and gain new insights  
> into our future cities
> Playing with data - submissions for works, which connect data forms  
> and physically embody data streams, bridging ‘on’ and ‘off’ line  
> worlds.
> New business products and services – ideas which have commercial  
> viability and provide sustainable solutions for our urban needs,  
> including the use of open data, data mash ups and remixes
> Please feel free to forward this e-mail and link to other forums and
> individuals and do please contact us at
> teresa.dillon  sciencegallery.com if you would like to suggest  
> projects or people for the exhibition.
> Funding
> We welcome projects that come with external funding. The maximum  
> amount of budgetary support available for each approved application  
> is €5,000. Each project must be delivered within this maximum  
> production budget, which should include all fees, materials,  
> shipping and travel costs as well as any other cost that may arise  
> from participation in Hack the City. Please note that the  
> production budget available for event-based proposals is  
> significantly less and support will be given on a case-by-case basis.
> Submitting your Proposal
> Thanks for your interest in submitting a proposal for HACK THE  
> CITY. Please see some details below on how to submit your proposal.  
> If you have any problems or questions with this process please  
> email help  sciencegallery.com
> If you are already registered with Science Gallery: Please sign in  
> on our home page at www.sciencegallery.com (if you have forgotten  
> your password, you can reset your password here as well). Once  
> logged in you can submit your proposal on a web form at at http:// 
> www.sciencegallery.com/node/add/open-call-submission. You can save  
> the form at any stage and return to complete your draft before the  
> closing date on January 20th 2012.
> If you are not already registered with Science Gallery We need you  
> to register on Science Gallery's site at https:// 
> www.sciencegallery.com/user/register. You will receive an email  
> confirmation and can set up a username and password. Log into  
> Science Gallery and once logged in you can submit your proposal on  
> a web form at http://www.sciencegallery.com/node/add/open-call- 
> submission. You can save the form at any stage and return to  
> complete your draft before the closing date on January 20th 2012.
> Click Here to start your application
> Science Gallery Supporters
> Science Gallery is an initiative of Trinity College Dublin  
> supported through a unique partnership between the university,  
> private sponsors and government. Key funders are Wellcome Trust,  
> Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Dell, Google,  
> ICON,  PACCAR and the European Commission.
> Hack The City at Science Gallery is part of a larger 3-year  
> international project, Studiolab, funded under the European  
> Commission Framework 7 programme, with partners including Le  
> Laboratoire, Paris; the Royal College of Art, London; Ars  
> Electronica, Linz; MediaLab Prado, Madrid; Optofonica, Amsterdam;  
> ERG, Brussels; Leonardo, France; CIANT, Prauge; RIX-C, Riga;  
> Medical Museion, Copenhagen; Bloomfield, Jerusalem.

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