A selection of Dublin place nicknames from the Or So I'm Told body of work. The nicknames were bluetoothed to peoples' mobile phones as they passed through the Dublin 8 area in Dublins 'Creative Corridor'. ‘Or So I’m Told’ is derived from research into informal accounts of place. The interest in these unofficial accounts stems from a concern regarding the politics of how place is described at a local level.
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - Nov 2008|
|Event||Art is Good for You, a blue tooth project around Dublin's Thomas St - Thomas Street Dublin|
Duration: 1 Nov 2008 → …
Bibliographical noteArt is Good For You!
a bluetooth project around Thomas Street, Dublin.
In this climate of global uncertainty Art is Good For You! For a whole week 10th-17th November we are prescribing your daily dose. Passers-by are invited to take away selected artworks via Bluetooth on their mobile phones.
The Bluetooth hubs are located along Thomas Street in café noto, NCAD,Digital Hub and IMMA.
The ‘Art is Good for you’ project attempts to express something of the creative dialogue in and around the ‘creative corridor’ of Thomas Street and offer this to the public. This project was organized as part of a Dublin City Council artists’ residency programme with artist Saoirse Higgins.
Mike Stubbs, director of FACT Liverpool is the invited selector of the artworks. ‘Artisgoodforyou’ is one of a series of events @ ISEA (International Symposium for Electronic Art) pre-symposium week.
Outputmediatype: Mobile Phone and blue tooth technology