Locative Art… Kind of…

In William Gibson’s book ‘Spook Country’ he uses locative art as a minor plot device. Locative art in the simplest terms being the melding of GPS & virtual reality technology to make tie virtual artworks to specific geographic locations.

While an interesting idea, it’s impact in terms of art is questionable in my mind […]

August 7th, 2007

Tito is in his early 20s. Cuban by ancestry, he speaks fluent Russian, lives in one room in a Nolita warehouse, and does delicate jobs involving information transfer. Hollis Henry is a journalist, on investigative assignment from a magazine called Node. Node doesn’t exist yet, which is fine, she’s used to that, but […]