I am co-editing a special issue of Studia UBB Philosophia on Nomadic, Migrating, Commuting, Wearable Technologies and their Infrastructures.
“Where have you been?” is an installation investigating the personal data leaked by networked mobile phones. It consists of a projection displaying seemingly random scenes from Google StreetView. These scenes, however, depict places members of the audience have visited in the past: a frequently used airport, a favorite café, or the own front yard.
Tincuta Heinzel, Lasse Scherffig: Signal to Noise: A Live Interface based on Analog Radio Interference, in: Thor Magnusson, Chris Kiefer, Sam Duffy (eds.): Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Live Interfaces, REFRAME Books, Falmer, 2016, 239-241 › full proceedings (open access)
Lasse Scherffig: Moving into View: Enacting Virtual Reality, in: Mediatropes, Volume 6, Number 1, 1-29, 2016 › journal website (open access)
I am speaking at the workshop “Screen Operations. Conditions of Screen-based Interaction” at Humboldt University Berlin. My talk titled “From Action Capture to Interaction Gestalt” deals with the question of how interfaces are created through their use, in a loop of action and perception.