Panorâmica Brás, 2008. Motorola V220. Digital Collage
Terraço Itália, 2009. Motorola V3 RAZR, Digital Collage
Paulista, 2009. Motorola V3 RAZR. Digital Collage.
IA, 2009. Motorola V3 RAZR. Digital Collage.
Cariocas, 2011. Motorola EX115. Digital Collage.
TITLE: Projeto Panorâmicas 360º
MEDIUM: photography and digital collage; video
DEVICE(S): Motorola EX115, Motorola V3 RAZR, Motorola V220i
STATUS: For more information
YEAR: 2008 – 2011
ARTIST(S): Rosângela Ap
Rosangela Ap was born in 1977 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. She is an artist, designer, researcher, teacher andindependent curator. Bachelor of Visual Arts (2009), with a degree in Visual Arts (2009) at the Art Institute of UNESP, Sao Paulo. Now, she makes the course of Master of Arts (2011-2013) at Unesp. CAPES scholarship (2011-2013). Since 1996 she participates in art shows and his works are present in the Musée deL’Elisée (Switzerland) and other institutions as well as appear in print and online catalogs.
Projeto Panorâmicas 360º
The project aims at producing 360 degree panoramic images from image capture with mobile devices, mostly mobile phones, questioning the ownership and use of these images by artists or by users. Since 2006, the developed images – digital, print or videographic – are displayed in art shows both in the context of art and technology and site-specific or relations with the urban landscape.
Artist E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
ARTIST(S): S/N Coalition
S/N Coalition is an electronic art group, which works extensively with video, sound, animation, photography and locative media. Their exhibitions often include
performative elements and mediated footage, pushing both experimental and conceptual ideas around media. S/N members include Jennida Chase and Hassan Pitts who have been creating collaborative work together since 2008.
The Handy-Video remix collection is a new media project in which S/N Coalition remix the urban landscape of Berlin. The remixes are video/sound-hybrids, which visually feature street art and sonically feature various neighborhoods, transportation systems and markets. Over 150 remixes were installed back in to the cityscape via QR-Codes. The codes are accessible via internet enabled CCD devices (such as cell phones and mp3 players).
Artist E-mail Address: email@example.com
Taubman Museum: www.taubmanmuseum.org/main/exhibitions/watch-it-video-art