Flint Magazine and Sensate 2.0 Launch
Sensate's first "off-line" event took place as part of the American Anthropological Association's annual meeting in 2011. "AmbleNOLA" was a participatory sound walk that asked walkers to call-in to a pre-recorded prompt and record thoughts, sounds, and observations about their location. These sonic “fieldnotes” were then remixed, live by sound artist, Ernst Karel into a collective sonic expression of the participants' various routes. The live mix event also featured screenings of audio-visual works by participating anthropologists.
Sensate, a new online journal for experiments in critical media practice, is currently recruiting new team members. Come by and see what we're all about! Suited for scholars, artists, and scientists who are interested in new modes of publication, presentation, and multimedia scholarship. Stop in anytime between 4 and 7pm. This workshop will feature live music by Plastic Color Math Magic and demonstrations of the new interactive documentary platform, Zeega. We invite participants to build their own multimedia projects using Zeega and explore the future of interactive art and online multimedia publishing with the Sensate journal crew.