The Internet of Experiences: five places six words seven experiences

Kerry

Windows

Royal Dance

Giuseppe Arcimboldo

Hidden Treasures

Looking Grass

color space fun dimensions inner visions

E1: It can happen NOW TO YOU

E2: imagination transformation creation emotion color changes

E3: interactive mural share leave message opinion

E4: village farm interactive dinner painting experience

E5: NFC art book share transmedia experiences

E6: transmedia murals voices from the wall

E7: more support don’t forget the painters

The Internet of Experiences: five places six words seven experiences

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Kailua

Davis

Kodiak

Tokyo

Taveuni

hidden voices contactless sharing personal experiences

E1:  compassion Bulacard hidden voice solitary confinement

E2:  live king crab RFID cooking pot

E3:  golden retriever puppies Bula RFID dog

E4:  hidden voices transmedia sculpture mural walk

E5:  search ultimate sushi bar RFID dining

E6:  search ultimate rainbow sunset RFID travel

E7:  king crab halibut jig RFID fishing

The Internet of Experiences: Five places six words seven experiences

Transmedia Art Walk

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Stan

Stealth

Skateboarder

Splash

Still

Share hidden voices transmedia sculpture mural

E1:  Shared video Stan the Submerging Man

E2:  Butterscotch music Lisa Reinertson Wolf Pipe

E3:  Stealth Angel hidden voice lonely poem

E4:  Splash paint wars hidden voices memories

E5:  Pieter Bruegel voice from the audience

E6:  It can happen NOW TO YOU

E7:  Ambassor Chris Stevens black granite memorial

Today Is a Story We Heard Long Ago: Artwork by Kelly Donahue

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Drifting the Shift from Current to Current - by Kelley Donahue

This last November the Hunter Plaid Gallery in Arcata California featured the culturally rich yet culturally ambiguous works of Kelley Donahue. Vellum layered ink drawings and ceramics glazed in bedazzling colors portray stories and images belonging to a village that has never existed and yet is hauntingly familiar. Miss Donahue describes the daily routine of these village people as well as their intimate moments of contemplation and desire to instill in her viewers a sense of familiarity toward this never existing civilization.

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