Reflecting on the Experience the Self in the Smart City

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Ginslov, J. and Spikol, D. (2019). Reflecting on the Experience the Self in the Smart City. Symposium on Digital Urbanism. Blekinge Institute of Technology, Campus Karlshamn, Sweden 14 - 15 Nov 2019
AuthorsGinslov, J. and Spikol, D.
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There is little doubt that the internet has changed the world. Now comes the next revolution: when our things connect with each other. In a few years, it’s predicted that 100 billion devices and gadgets will be communicating with each other. This evolution of IoT has largely been driven by developments in technology. Computing power and connectivity are becoming smaller, cheaper and more energy efficient, making it possible to connect and augment an increasing range of objects. However, the interaction between people in the landscape, computational sensors, and the systems that collect, analyze, and make sense and present back to us the people are highly complex.
In order to reflect and understand on what it means to be human in the world we share with our technologies that reduce our individuals to data points we investigate dance, technology and lived experience through embodied relational biofeedback and materials of the human and non-humankind. Our approach is develop performance by combining the design of technology through the use of self-reflexive and hermeneutic methodologies to collapse anthropocentric ways of seeing the dancing body, with ways of feeling whilst embodying biosensor technologies.

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Web address (URL)https://www.bth.se/events/digital-urbanism-ett-symposium-om-digital-teknik/
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Deposited11 Feb 2022
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