Aotearoa Wai: Aura Image

Next week I will be heading off to Balance UnBalance in Phoenix, Arizona to participate in the conference and to present some new work from the Words for Water series. My work Aotearoa Wai: Words for Water combines an augmented reality feature and a video work. It was developed when I was recently in Aotearoa […]

Documentation, "Message to the Mountain", Pike Ariki Museum, SCANZ2013

At SCANZ2015 Water*Peace public day and walking symposium my Words for Water work will take two forms. The first will be as part of a looping video being shown at the River Cinema, which will feature Words for Water Stage 2 featured below and an augmented reality work which builds on my past SCANZ2013 work at […]

Gallery image from CCAS

At the moment there is a show about a number of my augmented reality walks titled Finding Ghosts at the Canberra Contemporary Art Space (CCAS) at Gorman house in Braddon. Here is an essay from CCAS Director David Broker: The title Finding Ghosts is not simply a cute attempt to generate a frisson around three series of regular […]

Aura #1 Aspinwall House, © Tracey Benson 2014

Creating an intersection and intervention into Long Time No See? and the Beach Ball projects. In an earlier post about determining a theme for the Kochi walk and working out the lie of the land, I discussed my focus on highlighting some of the sustainability initiatives and local actions happening around Fort Cochin and Kochi. After lots […]

I was recently invited by friend and long-time collaborator Linda Carroli, to consider a project she has been working on (Long Time No See? LTNS) through a similar process to what I have explored in a number of augmented reality walks. To keep up date with this collaboration you can read these posts: Framing the Capital: […]

Walking Backwards into the Future Augmented Reality in Dragør, Amager, Copenhagen, by Tracey Benson Related posts The Auras: Walking Backwards to the Future. You can also see the historic images in this article about the tour. Proposal for Mapping Amager and Sharing Copenhagen: AR guided tour and presentation Walking backwards to find the future combines a […]

Karangahape Road, Auckland 1909

Overview Finding the Ghosts of K Road was a project produced for ADA Mesh Cities, Auckland 2014. Local K Road historian Edward Bennett also contributed significantly to this work and donated his time to guide the walk and assist Tracey’s research leading up to ADA Mesh Cities. There are a number of posts that discuss, […]