WIRELESS LONDON & THE AA: John BELL/Jo WALSH

Semantic City

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Date: Tuesday 15 February 2005
Time: 00:00
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Running time: 73 mins
The second lecture in a collaborative series of three, titled Wireless London and the AA: Future Urban Infrastructures. fvEach talk involves a speaker nominated by the AA (from the fields of architecture and urbanism) and another speaker nominated by Wireless London (from areas such as free networking, locative media and the semantic web). The considerations, understanding and development of Wireless Free Networks mirror and supplement many architectural concerns. This lecture series aims to place Free Networks within the wider framework of architecture and urbanism. John Bell is an AA Unit Master and a partner in the transdisciplinary practice fxv.org. Jo Walsh is a free software hacker, author and gonzo cartographer based in London. She has built web systems for the Guardian, the ICA and state51. Chaired by Pete Gomes with Saul Albert.


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