Oct 15, 11 • Projetos4 Comments

MarineTime é um projeto criado para a residência artística do M.A.R.I.N. (Media Art Research Interdisciplinary Network). A ideia do projeto é criar um mapeamento de como as pessoas percebem o mar e suas mudanças temporais em 3 diferentes lugares (Flørli/Stavanger, na Noruega, Öland, na Suécia e Nida, na Lituânia). Coletando histórias das pessoas que vivem do mar, tal como pescadores, marinheiros, trabalhadores de plataformas, turistas, pesquisadores, mergulhadores, surfistas, etc, pretendo criar uma cartografia que mostre a mudança do tempo, como é sentida e criada em nível pessoal e espacial.

The main objective of this project is to research the spatial patterns, time changes and interactions of environmental problems. It is the intention to combine different sources of information (such as scientific databases, fishers’ knowledge obtained from interviews, remote sensing data,…) to develop a geographical information system allowing to different users to explore the details and complexities of this territory and its human and environmental problems. The main product of this project would be an interactive map constituting an intuitive interface. It will be a hybrid of scientific and subjective cartography where fishers, managers, scientists, artists, tourists can have a sense of the place, time and its panorama.  This way this map could be conceived as a tool for debate, decision-making and awareness on the sustainability on the sea.

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4 Responses to MarineTime

  1. Gostei desse site. A arte alcança coisas inimagináveis!

  2. […] de um respeitado trabalho artístico, que incluem projetos como: Marine Time (2011), Tecnologia Social (2011), Narrativas Digitais (2010), Geografias do Mar (2009), Ecoarte e […]

  3. […] de um respeitado trabalho artístico, que inclui projetos como: Marine Time (2011), Tecnologia Social (2011), Narrativas Digitais (2010), Geografias do Mar (2009), Ecoarte e […]

  4. […] Karla Brunet has been working with exchanges around marine communities (and in collaboration with Tapio) mapping and connecting communities together working with stories, scientific data and sensing) MarineTime […]

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