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- App development
- audio remixing
- Field recording
- Media Archaeology
- mobile phone
- open source
- Participatory Action Research
- Qualitative methodologies
- Social network
Lost rivers, augmented reality and mobile phones
Mobile Media Archaeology is an ongoing project that explores histories of mobile media through the re-making of old technologies associated with mobility, mediation and communication.
This project explores our fantastical relationship to inner body space as it unfolds in mass media culture of the post-war period to the present.
The A-C-M network is an international interdisciplinary collaboration that brings together academics, artists, community-based activists, organizations and industry partners.
Multi-methodological research project that brings together researchers and institutional and community partners to address the transformation of the experiences of ageing in relation with new forms of communications.
M.I.A: disabling “able-ist” cities
Collecting Dust is the personal homepage of Owen Chapman.
A research creation project dedicated to collecting personal memories based on common locations within Montreal’s Park Extension neighborhood.
Echoscape is an immersive arena for the exploration, sampling and remixing of sounds collected with Audio-Mobile.
The Mobile Media Lab acquired an early model Hammond Novachord which is the process of being restored.
File Sharing and Interactive Mobile Music Making