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RichAir2030

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Fri, 13 Aug 2004 11:13:19 +0100

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dear list,

If anyone is around in London for this Sunday dont miss the Bow WiFi
Arts festival on Roman Road Market and Take2030 final UK performance of
RichAir2030:
best wishes

ilzeblack and shu lea cheang

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RICHAIR2030
===========

a TAKE2030 project
a roaming wifi performance

http://richair.waag.org

Bow Arts Festival, London
Roman Road market, August 15, 2004, 2-6 pm

RICHAIR2030 is a roaming wifi performance with an "after the net crash"
fictional scenario set in year 2030. By year 2030, the great wireless
hope that promises mobility and connectivity has bubbled. The GPS
satellite signals have lost track of its urbanites when cutting through
the Ozone layers. The ocean-apart digital divide has eventually
sabotaged the Net we surf in. What remains of the feeble bandwidth is
held out and safeguarded by the wireless freenetworkers, a striving
public wireless DIY network movement sprouted worldwidein the early
21st century.

RICHAIR2030 mobilizes renegade roller girls from London Eastend's Bow
community to take control of the public airwaves for an urgent communal
broadcast. By rollers, by airwaves, the roller girls with homemade WiFi
lunchboxes roams Roman Road market, made into wireless TAZ (Temporary
Autonomous Zone) with a dynamic relay network setup. Using all
communicative means possible (interviews, walkietalkie, signal noise),
they call for public awareness and active engagement in keeping the
freenetwork alive. Pumped up by the lunchboxes' self-generative network
signal noise, the streaming broadcast live on the net and radio, can
also be heard on the loudspeakers setup at Roman road and through
roaming ghettoblasters.

BEAT UP THE SIGNALS
PUMP UP THE VOLUME
RESTART THE SYSTEM
SHARE AND CONSUME

RICHAIR2030 is developed by brave new media society TAKE2030. TAKE2030
operates in parallel net media scheme and shifts the social media
mission into hypermedia playing fields. TAKE2030
recruits transmitenti members for its reseach+development+action
working units. For the Bow-London performance, TAKE2030 is joined by
1010.co.uk and the NoName Youth Media roller-broadcast duo: Ebany
Bennett and Shanene Sthorpe

JOIN US at Roman road market, August 15, 1-6pm
Bring your rollers, skates and ghettoblasters.

RICHAIR2030 exhibition data:
V.1.0- Zone of Urgency, Venice Biennale (2003)
V.2.0- E-Culture Fair, Amsterdam (2003)
V.3.0- FutureSonic04, Manchester (2004)
V.4.0- Machinista04, Glasgow (2004)
V.5.0- Bristol wireless with Cube Cinema, Bristol (2004)
V.6.0- Wizards of OS3 with c-base, Berlin (2004)
V.7.0- Bow Festival, London (2004)
V.8.0- Viper Basel, Switzerland (2004)

Project supported by Arts Council England, Waag Society, Miss China.
Special thanks to SPACE studio for Bow festival performance commission.

for more info contact:
Ilze Black <[log in to unmask]>

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