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Curated by Mark Shepard and organised by the Architectural League of New York, who through their various events and podcasts are doing as much as any architecture organisation worldwide to grasp the possibilities of the internets, the exhibition runs at the Urban Center. For those who aren’t a subway ride from Madison Avenue, purchase ACOMPLIA online no prescription, the League’s website smartly and straightforwardly organises more details on the commissions themselves in the context of other writers’ responses, of which this is one, curatorial statements, an open archive, public programs, tweets etc. Interviews are distributed via Urban Omnibus, ACOMPLIA recreational, another fine initiative from the League. Whilst a little more activity could’ve been nurtured on further outer rings of content like YouTube or architecture-oriented discussion sites, it really is a very impressive body of work around a theme, and a great example of how to use the internet to stimulate informed discussion.

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Few commissions here are actually that radical, which makes one wonder about the role of such an exhibition - is it to display the currents running through urban development or to suggest the avant-garde, to convey where a field of practice might go next. To someone working directly in the field, the show contains ideas that are actually already in production, or at least very close to commission and development, Where can i cheapest ACOMPLIA online, on mainstream urban development projects. For instance, over the last 18 months, on urban development projects in Helsinki, Sydney, Masdar, and Brisbane, Arup Informatics has been producing designs for water-borne water quality sensors, co-working infrastructures, japan, craiglist, ebay, overseas, paypal, smart street furniture, tagged urban agriculture and so on, often using similar technologies.

What’s different of course is the critical nature of these ‘… Sentient City’ works, beyond mere technical similarities. BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION, Outside of the stunted rat race of property development, the contested terrains of urban renewal, or even the more benevolent ballet of urban design, these exhibits can explore themes that actual ‘stakeholders’ (in the crude language of the business) would find unpalatable, frivolous or uncomfortably close to a few home truths, perhaps.

In doing so, just as  with Dunne and Raby’s ‘critical design’ examples, they provoke important questions about the business, the nature of urban design, and the role of civic space and urban infrastructure in the 21st century. Certainly, as a practising designer in the field, the show has made me think more deeply about the work. No prescription ACOMPLIA online, Job done in that respect.

Yet I’m left wondering whether they exhibits go far enough, across a number of axes.

The first is a minor point: that technical axis. Again, there is little here that is genuinely pushing at a boundary. Though technical bravura is clearly far less important than meaning at this point, a show such as this might have had more of an imperative to prototype beyond the charted terrain a little. But perhaps one commission might have explored, say, an indication of how how a membrane of responsive systems over the city might drive shifts in physical fabric, via shape-memory alloys or the seductive surfaces implied by the BMW GINA prototype, for instance, BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION. (The Living have some previous here, with their Living Glass project.) Or perhaps another commission might have exploited the current explosion of interest in augmented reality applications concerning urban space and activity. (Having said that, ACOMPLIA pictures, for all AR’s promise, I have a hunch there’s more meaning in informational experiences that are more directly physical and embodied, and that this is where architecture may have real value.)

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Finally, a further axis would be the positioning of architecture itself: do these exhibits outline ways in which architects can increase their sphere of influence in order to help shape more productive, sustainable, equitable or engaging cities. This might include strategically using advanced technologies and informed urbanism to increasingly understand the city, expanding the perspective of governance, planning and citizen engagement, ordering ACOMPLIA online. BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION, Some have argued that architecture has a lot to offer to the practice of design thinking, or service design, and I reckon it might. But while the exhibition moves some way in that direction, it perhaps inadvertently describes the currently limited role of the architect as much as anything.

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The Melbourne-based educator Leon van Schaik suggests architecture took a wrong turn when professionalising in the mid-19th century, in thrall to the engineer of the emerging industrial economy. Van Schaik’s critique is profoundly important, ACOMPLIA price, as it describes the seeds that have led to architecture’s near-marginalisation but also of its potentially influential future:

“To complete with this practical glamour our forebears went to the heart of making in architecture - its technologies of carving, moulding, draping or assembling - when they staked their claim to be caretakers of a body of knowledge for society. The architectural capacity to think and design in three and four dimensions, our highly developed spatial intelligence, was overlooked, and for the profession space became, Buying ACOMPLIA online over the counter, by default, something that resulted from what was construction … What if our forebears had professionalised architecture around spatial intelligence rather than the technologies of shelter. Might society find it easier to recognise what is unique about what our kind of thinking can offer?” [Leon van Schaik, “Spatial Intelligence: New Futures for Architecture”]

The articulation and exploration of spatial histories that van Schaik suggests would be a fascinating next step for exhibitions such as this, and the designers involved. BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION, How might exhibitions help develop this understanding of how spatial intelligence, and how it augments the other intelligences of kinetic, natural, linguistic, logical, mathematical, musical and personal. (In fact I’d hesitate before suggesting there is also an emerging ‘informational’ intelligence … but only just. Similarly, at other points a few of us have talked of understanding ‘information as a material’, and while this could conceivably lead to the digital equivalent of shelter-fixation, buy ACOMPLIA no prescription, this too may be a theme worth developing.)

Developing a way of communicating such intelligences -  and possibly related sensory modes such as an urban or informational form of proprioception - may be key to where this work goes, at least in hovering around an avant-garde that can generate useful prompts for the emerging mainstream business of urban informatics.

An axis this exhibition does positively explore, however, is that of seeing architecture itself as communication. I’m reminded of something Swiss architect Bernard Tschumi said recently on the Melbourne radio show The Architects:

“Architecture is a form of communication … of knowledge. Architecture is a way to understand our world, and also possibly to have some effect on it. It doesn’t have to necessarily be through buildings - it has to do with ideas that involve our immediate environment, our physical space, BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION. Online buy ACOMPLIA without a prescription, Any way to use that physical environment, that architectural context, as a means to discuss issues I think is very appropriate”

That few of these projects concern a traditional understanding of the building, focusing instead on the implications of space and urban fabric ‘becoming sentient’, is thus hugely important. Tschumi’s directive enables the profession to freely explore issues, ideas and interventions, only some of which need be built, or appear to be buildings, purchase ACOMPLIA online. The League could continue to productively plough this furrow, moving further beyond the traditional limits of building, articulating the implications of architects as conductors for spatial intelligence within a society and connecting ever deeper to an understanding of how people live in cities. These and others projects might then begin to match the leaps of imagination made by Peter Cook and Reyner Banham, as referred to by Shepard in his valuable curatorial statement.

So let’s look briefly at how these particular exhibits “use the physical environment as a means to discuss ideas”, in Tschumi’s words.

Amphibious Architecture is by The Living Architecture Lab at Columbia Uni (formerly The Living) and Natalie Jeremijenko of NYU and elsewhere. BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION, It’s a rather beautiful piece of work, comprising two interactive networks of floating tubes, connecting the Bronx River and the East River. The tubes are both sensors and actuators, ACOMPLIA without prescription, the latter in the form of LEDs, the former measuring water quality, presence of fish and so on.

A development of an earlier project by The Living, the glowing, bobbing lights are immediately compelling, but more interesting is this exploration of the relationship between urban bodies of water and the city. As Jeremijenko points out, there is a vast amount of public information about water quality yet this generates only small pockets of engagement. Meanwhile, where can i find ACOMPLIA online, waterfronts in New York and elsewhere have become attractive again to urban development, though only at a superficial level of the view over the water. “Harbour glimpses”, as we say in Sydney. This project moves beyond that facile surface connection to engage with water as a body, rather than a mirror with a memory, BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION. In doing so, it helps us understand something of what’s going on in the opaque mass that created, nourished, Taking ACOMPLIA, supported and shaped New York.

The idea that you can “text-message the fish” is somewhat dubious, however. We’ve probably done enough to the poor buggers without now subjecting them to spam too. (Another Jeremijenko project has already suggested the fish in the Hudson River are on anti-depressants.) The project works perfectly well by remaining in the responsive, reflexive camp, without the need to suggest this faux-interactivity.

If SMS for fish is possibly a joke, David Jimison’s and JooYoun Paek’s  project Too Smart City certainly is. They deliberately use comedy to highlight the potentially absurd nature of placing too much hopes in so-called smart technology, or rather outsourcing responsibility for civic spaces to algorithms and actuators, buy ACOMPLIA without a prescription. BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION, By subtly engaging with the political undercurrents in urban design, they’ve created a set of smart-arse street furniture that is all too plausible, embedding a sort of grumpy, obstreperous character into benches and trashcans, as if years of neglect had finally caused the city’s street furniture to flip out.

The Smart Bench tips you up if you spend too long on it, disturbing potential vagrants. The Smart Sign berates you with legal codes. The Smart Trashcan spits your waste back atcha if it’s deposited in the wrong bin.

The artists describe the objects as “so smart that they’re functionally useless”, and it’s good to see humour being deployed here. If Tschumi’s directive to engage is taken seriously, then not being serious at all by going for laughs is entirely fair game, and probably essential, occasionally. Canada, mexico, india, Certainly these are close to the “funny because it’s true” category. William H, BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION. Whyte’s seminal 1970s photographs of New York are full of benches and ledges that are not supposed to be inhabited for any length of time - in fact you almost fear that this bench design may end up in the wrong hands and get actually commissioned. Similarly, the rhetoric around sorting one’s waste can verge on a slightly desperate hectoring that makes the Smart Trashcan seem like Oscar the Grouch in a rare good mood.

Though questioning what they describe as “the myth that technology is going to be a transformative force” is also fair game, it would be good to move beyond the question and at least hint at some answers, however. But as with many of the projects here, you can track ongoing progress on their entertaining blog and watch what develops, not least Jimison’s attempts to create an “ass algorithm”.

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The project suggests it’s almost a practical demonstration of a core idea in pervasive computing - that of ‘smart dust’. Though it isn’t there yet - the sensors are large, cumbersome and apparently placed by hand - it hints at its possibilities, if remaining a little uncritical. The connection to architecture and urbanism is not as obvious, despite positioning garbage as an urban system, perceived in terms of mobility, buy generic ACOMPLIA. I suspect the implications are more broadly for industrial design and product design, BUY ACOMPLIA NO PRESCRIPTION. Again, though, it’s worth reflecting on the sense of ambition, scale and connectivity that often comes with MIT’s work. Their ability to connect does place them in a sphere of influence, and at the highest levels.

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Almost all of these commissions do variously deal with the social rather than built form, with explorations of the civic realm rather than physical structure. Sure, there are a few shortcomings but taken as a whole they comprise an excellent set of examples of how a more sophisticated relationship between architecture and the sentient city might unfold over the next few years.

“Might” is a key word there, for it’s going to take a lot of effort to retrain and reorient architects in general for this particular form of spatial intelligence, and while programmes like this are part of that effort, they’re not enough in themselves.

Gregory Weissner’s introduction indicates that the show is “intended to bring architects and urban designers into a conversation that until now has been limited largely to technologists." He continues:

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“Man proposes, and a noble enough proposal. Nature takes over, but heeds man’s direction. All you see now are the glorious trees: but they would not have been so glorious without the initial design, buy cheap ACOMPLIA. As a symbol of Hampton Court, and of the whole of England, you could do worse: the tree allowed to grow freely, but to man’s pattern.”

Perhaps in this line from 1966, concerning a design from the 1530s, there are the seeds of a more responsive and sometimes interactive architecture, iterative in development, predicated with change in mind, a space described around both biological and social ecosystems, constructed around the organic, chaotic and complex, yet symbiotically shaped by clarity and intent.

Van Schaik implores us not to unthinkingly overlay inappropriate spatial histories and asks instead “What spatial constructs does this new place allow?” We should ask the same of such rare opportunities for addressing the promise of the sentient city.

This stimulating exhibition begins to tentatively trace out some lines describing this new place, and those of us who inhabit cities will benefit hugely from continuing to pick apart its implications.




BUY AMOXICILLIN NO PRESCRIPTION, Enrique Ramirez is a Ph.D candidate in History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University.  His work has appeared in periodicals as Critical Planning, Thresholds, Perspecta, Pidgin Magazine, and Future Anterior.  His short essay on expressionist architect Hans Pölzig’s sets for Der Golem appeared in Hatch: The New Architectural Generation (Laurence King Publishing 2008).  More recently, he contributed two essays to the Museyon Film+Travel Guides, surveying well-known film locations in Scandinavia and Mexico City.  And this Spring, the Stuttgart-based magazine Junk Jet will publish his piece on Dario Argento's cult-horror film Suspiria.   Since 2006, Enrique has been blogging at a456.

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Toward the Sentient City is curated by Mark Shepard and organized by the Architectural League of New York, buy AMOXICILLIN from mexico. The exhibition is on display at the Urban Center, 457 Madison Avenue, New York, NY from September 17 to November 7, 2009.

[1] Aldo Rossi, Autobiografia scientifica (1981), quoted in The Architecture of the City, Joan Ockman and Diane Ghirardo, trans, BUY AMOXICILLIN NO PRESCRIPTION. (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1984), p. 3.
[2] Simon Sadler, "The Living City Survival Kit: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" Art History Vol. 26, No. 4 (Sep., 2003), p. 559.
[3] Ibid.
[4] BUY AMOXICILLIN NO PRESCRIPTION, Sarah M. Whiting, "Super!" in Log 16 (Spring/Summer, 2009), p. 23.
[5] For more on the meaning of the book's title, see Jean-Louis Cohen's introduction to Toward an Architecture, John Goodman, trans. (Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute Publications, 2007).
[6] Frederic Jameson, "Progress Versus Utopia, or, Can We Imagine the Future?" in Archaeologies of the Future: The Desire Called Utopia and Other Science Fictions (New York: Verso, 2005), pp. 288-89.




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Now of course it is not the city itself that perceives or even is sentient, but rather the combined apparatus of tracking and sensing devices - operated by different actors - that note what is going on in the city and output their impressions in all sorts of data streams. Neither is this emergence of the sentient city a singular movement driven by a centralized bureaucracy or company, VENTOLIN pics, established at a single address to which one could send a letter of complaint or e-mail a feature request. The field of what could be called ‘urban computing’ consists of plural research traditions, performed and commissioned by divergent actors all with their own motivation and implicit understanding of what a city is or should be.[1]
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On a side note, a lot of interesting things could be said about the relation between sentient technology and identity. Anecdotical accounts of for instance Esther Polak’s installation Amsterdam RealTime[3]
(in which people are traced through the city with GPS-device) show that the collection of data could lead to a new type of reflexivity: the ostensible objective data about participants trajectories through the city at times clashes with their cultivated self-images (one might think of oneself as a urban flaneur, whereas the data now ‘proves’ that one has only travelled between the couch at home and the cubicle at the office), BUY VENTOLIN NO PRESCRIPTION. Or what to think of services that based on their analysis of your urban trajectories assign you to a lifestyle profile that from then on is used to recommend places to go, activities to undertake and people to meet. Would you eventually subscribe to such a continuous lifestyle address made to you by your mobile phone?

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A second and related philosophical field that Toward the Sentient City addresses is that of epistemology. Does the information gathered by the sensors in the sentient city lead to new ways of gathering knowledge and new insights. VENTOLIN from canadian pharmacy, The exhibit Trash Track by MIT’s Senseable City Lab actively addresses this question. For this exhibit, trash items such as paper cups are tagged with a gps-device and mobile phone chip. After it has been disposed of, the item sends text messages with its location, so we can follow its track from recipient to waste disposal site, BUY VENTOLIN NO PRESCRIPTION. The hope expressed through this project is that knowing will lead to a change in doing: the fact that we know where our trash ends up should make us more aware of the problem we create by throwing things away.

Now, what is at stake epistemologically is not just a newly gained knowledge on the whereabouts of our lost keys, buy generic VENTOLIN, runaway dog or thrown away coffee cup that will make life somewhat more (dis)comfortable and may lead us to behave differently. What indeed is new is the fact that data from many different sentient sources can be aggregated in real time and give us a grasp of what is happening in the city that we never have had before. Elsewhere Anthony Townsend (who has contributed to this exhibition with the project Breakout!) has argued that this shift in perception is comparable to the introduction of aerial photography. VENTOLIN gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, I quote at length:

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This new ways of gaining knowledge about the city may have huge consequences for the way we perceive and act in the city, and Townsend even sees opportunities for democratization.

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Are alternative trajectories thinkable. Yes, Toward the Sentient City states. The projects Breakout. and Natural Fuse propose alternative ways of thinking about urban culture.

Breakout, BUY VENTOLIN NO PRESCRIPTION. addresses the issue of the urban public sphere. The project problematizes the public sphere as a sphere that only comes into being if urbanites actively engage with the space and with each other. It is not just a space that is pronounced as such by a city government. So how can the urban public sphere be animated in an interesting way. BUY VENTOLIN NO PRESCRIPTION, And by whom. How can we as urbanites take responsibility for it. How can we turn public spaces in the city in an inspiring meeting place, by means of grassroots organizational tactics. Break Out provides urbanites a toolset that addresses this question from the perspective of organized work. The project wants to promote exchange and cooperation between workers in the city by claiming public spaces in the city as an office and by providing structures to organize meet-ups and brain storming sessions for urban creatives.

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the rational herdsman concludes that the only sensible course for him to pursue is to add another animal to his herd. And another.... But this is the conclusion reached by each and every rational herdsman sharing a commons. BUY VENTOLIN NO PRESCRIPTION, Therein is the tragedy. Each man is locked into a system that compels him to increase his herd without limit -- in a world that is limited.

When every herdsman keeps on adding cattle, the commons soon will be overgrazed, and no one will be able to benefit from it any longer. Close personal social ties or traditions could perhaps keep the rational herdsman from prioritizing the appraisal of his individual benefit and from adding too many cattle. However in a modern society that has done away with traditional role-patterns and depends on more abstract interdependencies, such social restrictions seem much harder to enforce.[5]

The concept of a commons thus assumes cooperation and mutual accommodation. Could Sentient Technology play a role in the allocation of limited resources between citizens. Could it lead to the emergence of some sort of peer-to-peer governance model, that could prevent overusage of scarce resources, BUY VENTOLIN NO PRESCRIPTION. This is the question that Natural Fuse addresses. This project consists of a city wide network of plants that are linked to electric devices. The central idea is that the CO2-digestion of the plants in the network offsets the CO2 emissions caused by the use of the electric appliances. Each individual chooses whether he wants to be selfless (conserve electricity) or greedy (use electricity). BUY VENTOLIN NO PRESCRIPTION, However, when the total consumption of electricity in the system surpasses its CO2-absorption capacity, the system will actively start to kill the plants.

Natural Fuse thus beautifully illustrates the problem of the tragedy of the commons and it challenges our thinking about the viability of a networked urban commons. Yet it does not provide any definite answers: Would creating awareness through direct feedback mechanisms about the impact of rational selfish behavior be able to prevent it. Or would we rather need complex reputation systems. Or perhaps bookkeeping systems in which our allotted ratios are kept or traded. Can we do this through peer-to-peer technologies, or do we need central institutions that act as trusted third parties?

Toward the Sentient City thus doesn’t give us any emphatic leads about which way the technology will take us. It succeeds in bringing up many important questions and diverting the discussion on the sentient city from a path of technological determinism to an open ended  affair, a concern not just for engineers, planners and architects but for all of us.

[1] Ann Galloways PhD thesis A Brief History of the Future of Urban Computing and Locative Media is highly informative in giving insight in different discourses around urban computing

[2] See Manuel de Landa A new Philosophy of Society







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One could also SMS the fish and the single beaver that lives in the rivers surrounding NYC to find the conditions they were experiencing. But turning the city’s “back stories, LEVITRA without a prescription,” like the movements of “Yo beaver,” and the oxygen levels and water quality of the rivers into “fore stories,” is only one of the many ways Natalie JeremiJenko explores how we can engender the empathy necessary for humans and non humans to live in harmony and mutual benefit.


Toward the Sentient City also held workshops/presentations in conjunction with Conflux 2009. After her Conflux presentation, LEVITRA maximum dosage, Natalie Jeremijenko of Amphibious Architecture (which is also a collaborative project between xClinic, The Living, “and other intelligent creatures on the East River”) invited participants to enjoy a lunch of cross-species foods at the East River site.

The cross-species lunch takes an existing interaction pattern through which people and fish are already communicating, i.e., people going to the river – the waterfront, and feeding the fish Wonder Bread (which is bad for humans and fish); and transforms this desire to feed the fish into something which actually can remove the mercury content from the fish and our bodies by removing it from the food chain, LEVITRA dose, so a previously inharmonious connection between people and fish, is redirected into a productive interaction benefitting both species. As it turns out, food that is good for Fish (see pictures above), and removes mercury from their bodies can also be nutritious and tasty for humans.

Natural Fuse, from team members, Usman Haque, creative director, Nitipak ‘Dot’ Samsen, designer, Ai Hasegawa, designer, Cesar Harada, designer, Barbara Jasinowicz, producer, used sensors to link humans and plants in network where we are accountable for how our behavior effects others in your ecosystem.

If you brought an ordinary plant to the exhibition, you could take home an electronically assisted plant and become part of a social network of humans and plants, BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION. This network of humans and electronically assisted plants is also a carbon sink and if more energy is consumed than the total number of plants in the social network can offset, plants begin to die giving immediate feedback and consequences to being greedy about energy consumption. What is LEVITRA, For more about joining the Natural Fuse network see here.


We are in the pre-dawn of sensor networks like those Natural Fuse and Amphibious Architecture created – social networks that link human and non human participants in entirely new ways are largely an uncharted territory. (Note: The upcoming Situated Technologies Pamphlet 6 – “Micro Public Places,” Marc Bohlen and Hans Frei, indicates it will continue the journey with an investigation of “transparent and distributed participation.”)

Where Does the Social Negotiation of Technology Happen?

Frequent questions that came up at the presentations given by the teams that produced the commissioned works were: Does this idea scale. Does it close the loop in that you get answers to the questions asked. BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION, How does the conversation gain agency. And where does the social negotiation of technology happen, LEVITRA canada, mexico, india. (These last two questions were asked by Mike Kuniavsky at Mark Shepard’s presentation at Conflux: “Sentient City Survival Kit.” – see picture above) I think it is fair to say that these questions for the most part remain unanswered. But Toward the Sentient city was alive with ideas and practical examples about ways we can explore these questions more deeply.

Usman Haque in response to the question, “Does this experiment scale?,” replied:

“it would, Buy LEVITRA online no prescription, but at an individual level because it has to remain at the individual level because it is about the individual in relationship to the wider social context as opposed to building a forest to offset a city it is about each individual making choices of their own about what they do and having some kind of knowledge about the effect they are having on other people because most of the time we are quite complacent – we are able to do whatever we want because we are not necessarily aware how our intrusions effect both human and non-human neighbors….’

So how does this close the loop. Usman explains that one of the key aspects for him is that if you do take home a plant you become part of a system in which you are no longer anonymous and if a plant is threatened (plants get three lives) you have the opportunity to email the person in the system who has threatened your plant. Usman noted that one of the interesting things that happened in the context of the exhibition, where there was a single unit, was that 90% of the time people switched it on to selfish mode – presumably because they were anonymous, BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION. Another aspect of Natural Fuse that raises interesting questions is that as more people decide to join the network the risk of a plant being harmed by any particular individual’s selfishness lessens. As Martijn de Waal, in his response that unpacks some of the deeper philosophical, epistemological, order LEVITRA from United States pharmacy, and ethical questions that Natural Fuse addresses, observes:

“The concept of a commons thus assumes cooperation and mutual accommodation. Could Sentient Technology play a role in the allocation of limited resources between citizens. Could it lead to the emergence of some sort of peer-to-peer governance model, LEVITRA dosage, that could prevent overusage of scarce resources?”

New Aesthetics of Distributed Participation


The works of, Toward the Sentient City point to possibilities for a new aesthetics of distributed participation in which users and system are no longer separated but instead “develop joint forms of observing and knowing that neither [...] is capable on its own.” (quote from upcoming, Situated Technologies Pamphlets 6: Micro Public Places, Marc Bohlen and Hans Frei). Natural Fuse and Amphibious Architecture examine the new transactional realities of the Sentient City.

BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION, But there are many questions left unanswered. We know a lot about the power of generativity from the internet (see Zittrain)- the ur “architecture of participation.” As Zittrain points out, the “generativity” of the internet is “the engine that has catapaulted the internet from backwater to ubiquity.” Tim O’Reilly coined the phrase, buy no prescription LEVITRA online, “architecture of participation,” to “describe the nature of systems that are designed for user contribution,” such that “participants extend the reach/increase the value of the system.” But as Tim O’Reilly put it in his recent talk, “State of the Internet Operating System:”

"Web 2.0 is about finding meaning in user-generated data, Buying LEVITRA online over the counter, and turning that meaning into real-time user facing services. “Web Squared” takes that same concept to real-time sensor data.”

We know little yet about what constitutes generativity for the “outernet,” particularly for the kind of hybrid social networks that Natural Fuse and Amphibious Architecture present. Social Networks that connect people and place, humans and non humans, challenge dichotomies of man and nature, real brand LEVITRA online, and machine and user in new and unexpected ways.

At the moment, the internet is going through a metamorphosis with the emergence of real time technologies like XMPP, PubHubSubBub and Google Wave and the coming of age of mobile computing. While these shifts were not investigated specifically in any of the commissioned works I think all the works begged the question, LEVITRA online cod, What is a common platform for social interaction in the “outernet,” or sentient city. I was not entirely satisfied, from this point of view, with a web interface for Natural Fuse or SMS as a mobile interface for Amphibious Architecture.

David P, BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION. Reed points to the relationship between social mobility what he describes as the 3rd cloud and the need for a common platform (see David Reed – Social Mobility and the 3rd Cloud. Hat tip to @srenan for pointing me to David’s presentation)


What is an architecture of participation for mobile, social interaction. This is something I am very interested in, LEVITRA cost. Recently I began a project with a small group of augmented reality developers and enthusiasts to use Google Wave Federation Protocol as a transport system for open distributed, social augmented experiences (lots more to come on this soon – you can see the back story in my posts here and here). BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION, Wave has introduced an open federated architecture of participation that combines asynchronous & synchronous data, bringing together the advantages of real-time communication with the persistent hosting of collaborative data (like wikis).

Augmented Reality puts who you are, where you are, and what you are doing center stage, and is an interface for “communications embedded in context” and “enabled by identity” – two key qualities of what David P. Reed calls the 3rd cloud. An open, After LEVITRA, distributed framework for augmented reality could create an interconnected sense of AR, one that fuses augmentation, data overlays, and varied media with location/time/place and crucially, social networking. Such an interface would open up many possibilities for the new transactional realities that could integrate real-time cloud based data with a human perspective and social networking, LEVITRA description. I am using the term, transactional realities to suggest an extension into social augmented experiences of what, Di-Ann Eisnor, Platial, My LEVITRA experience, describes as, “transactional cartography” – “the movement from map providing entertainment/information to map as enabling action” (see Human as Sensors).

We have only just got a glimpse of how real time technologies and “communications embedded in context” will transform social interaction and our cities. This post on Writing as Real-Time Performance that looks at the Google Wave playback feature is a brilliant example of how real time technology turns familiar practices like writing inside out, and catapaults us into new time trajectories, BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION. And, if you haven’t already seen Matt Jones of BERG’s, brilliant look at, “All the time in the world” - from the “soft time” and “squishy time” of cell phone culture, ordering LEVITRA online, to their anticedents in real-time computing, go now. Also see Dan Hill’s work on “time based notation,” and Tom Carden’s work for

Transactional Realities Between the “Asynchronous City” and the “Synchronous Internet of Things”

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The goals of Trash Track were, Assaf Biderman explained during his presentation:

“to learn about the removal chain, to see if knowing more could promote behavioral change, and investigate if smart tagging could one day lead to 100% recycling.”

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However, Assaf, in his presentation, LEVITRA pictures, presented another project from SENSEable City Laboratory in partnership with the City of Copenhagen, The Copenhagen Wheel. This project seems to work brilliantly at the intersection of the “asynchronous city” (Bleeker and Nova) and the “synchronized internet of things” The “smart” wheel – a low cost, open source, human electric hybrid is:

“an electric bicycle wheel that can be easily retrofitted into any regular bicycle and location and environmental sensors which are powered by the bike wheel and in turn provide data for a variety of applications.”

This project, that aims to promote urban sustainability through smart biking, opens up many possibilities for a bottom up architecture of participation for the sentient city (see video here).


Mark Shepard describes something he calls “propagative urbanism:”

“a way of thinking about shaping the experience of urban space in terms of a bottom-up, participatory approach to the evolution of cities.”

And, in the most recent pamphlet in the Situated Technologies pamphlets series, #5 “Asynchonicity Design Fictions for Asynchronous Urban Computing,” Julian Bleeker and Nicolas Nova invert an emphasis in the so-called “real-time database enabled city” with its synchronized Internet of Things…. and speculate on the existence of an “asynchronous city.” They “forecast situated technologies based on weak signals that show the importance of time on human perspectives.” They ask:

“why, besides ‘operational efficiency,’ would we want a ubiquitously computed environment. What are the measures of ‘better’ that we want to count as meaningful?”

They explain:

..we are trying to think through what “urbanwares might be – urban operating systems – if they were less about synchronization, top-down construction and connected channels of information and databases and so forth, and more about asynchronized, decentralized things. Software, data, time out of alignment, incongruities, tiles and imbrications of the geographic, spatial parameters into a delicious kind of lively peasant’s stew.”

One takeaway, perhaps, from Toward the Sentient City is that it’s at the intersection of the “asynchronous city” and the “real-time database enabled city” where many new transactional realities of the sentient city will arise.




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About the Exhibition

Toward the Sentient City is curated by Mark Shepard and organized by the Architectural League of New York.

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Project Director: Gregory Wessner, Exhibitions Director, Architectural League of New York
Project Assistant: Sarah Snider

Web Developer: Nicholas Bruscia

The exhibition is made possible with support from the J. Clawson Mills Fund of the Architectural League and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.

Additional support is provided by the Department of Architecture, School of Architecture and Planning, and the Department of Media Study, College of Arts and Sciences at the University at Buffalo.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

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