// 25-26 June 2015

// @ Yi-Gather, Guangzhou (CN)

The City Culture Science Lab is a two-days international meeting and interdisciplinary workshop in the frame of the Connecting Cities Network.


Connecting Cities Artist Residencies @ Ars Electronica

We are happy to announce that our Connecting Cities partner Ars Electronica holds artist residencies in the framework of the 2015 Connecting Cities theme 'In/Visible City'.

Four outstanding art projects will be produced for the Ars Electronica Center’s interactive LED surface.


New Partner: PLDC 2015 @ Rome

We are happy to announce our new partner Professional Lighting Design Convention 2015 (PLDC)!

The Professional Lighting Design Convention, PLDC 2015 will be held in Rome from October 28 to 31, 2015.


In/Visible City 2015: Connecting Cities @ Jena

Today’s modern cities are hybrid structures in which technology is invisibly interweaved in the perception layers of our everyday lives. With the curatorial theme of INVISIBLE and VISIBLE Cities 2015 the goal is to develop an awareness of the underlying data and technologies of modern cities, which are almost invisible to the eye. IN/VISIBLE Cities will visualize the embedded, ‘smart’ urban infrastructures in three artistic scenarios for the citizens to explore in a public setting. The three topics Digital Citizens, Hybrid City and Translocality will be the curatorial topics for creating creative use of urban data and sensor technologies.


Winner Projects of the 2015 Prototyping Lab In/Visible Cities @ transmediale

The 'In/Visible Cities: Prototyping Lab' took place on 26th and 27th January as part of transmediale 2015 in the SUPERMARKT – initiated by Public Art Lab in collaboration with Fraunhofer FOKUS and funded by the RWE Foundation.

Creative developers, IT experts, urban planners and future visionaries have been invited to create DIY and crowdsourcing strategies dealing with the visualization of invisible technologies and data collection of our cities. The three topics safety (digital citizen), climate change and energy (hybrid city) and translocality formed the participants' starting point for creating use cases of light scenarios generated through open data, crowdsourcing sensor networks and DIY interfaces.