“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.