Publications

Dust & Shadow Soundwalk

The Dust & Shadow soundwalk is an experiment in attunement to an urban desert environment through diverse forms of listening. Walking in silence through the Sonoran dust in the shadow of civilisation, the walkers may begin to hear the murmur of matter, uncover desert refugia amidst urban life, and forge new connections with the unexpected.

Type: Audiovisual
Year: 2018
Authors: Nik Gaffney, Maja Kuzmanovic

Ephemeral Garden

The Ephemeral Garden evokes the sense of convivial gatherings under a pergola. The murmur of conversation, complemented with the sound of animate matter. Recorded and composed in Istria during May 2018, this piece is part of FoAM’s sound installation presented at the Croatian pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018.

Type: Audiovisual
Year: 2018
Authors: Maja Kuzmanovic, Nik Gaffney

Borrowed Scenery short film

Borrowed Scenery is a story about an alternate reality (past, future or parallel) where plants are a central aspect of human society. Weaving through the physical spaces of everyday life, the story can be tangibly experienced wherever plants and humans interact. This film provides an insight into the physical narrative of the project – a visual taste of the space and place as the camera weaves through Ghent's parks and urban vegetation.

Type: Audiovisual
Year: 2013
Authors: FoAM , Shelbatra Jashari, Isabelle Nouzha

Exploring and Designing our Future Robot Companions

John Paul Bichard's documentary on the LIREC project deftly rises to the challenge of outlining the project's sometimes bewildering complexity and diversity while at the same time tracing the underlying connections between its many facets. Wrapped in beautiful graphics and pleasing production values, it will surely appeal to those with no prior knowledge of the LIREC project or its background, even while it conveys some of its technical breadth and depth.

Type: Audiovisual
Year: 2012
Author: John Paul Bichard

In human format

This DVD transforms natural sounds and images through digital technologies. Vocals, music, organic image and computer-generated designs are digitally grafted together, creating an intriguing and intensely evolving reality.

Type: Audiovisual
Year: 2006
Authors: FoAM , Bent Object

TRG

Video about FoAM's responsive environment trg, part of the DVD compilation accompanying the TRG book.

Type: Audiovisual
Year: 2005
Author: FoAM

[tk's:um]

DVD accompanying the tx0om publication, designed as a puzzle and a set of cards. It documents FoAM's responsive environment in Torino and Greath Yarmouth, Time's Up in Maribor, the p~lot workshop in Croatia and other activities that were realised as part of this European project between 2002-2003.

Type: Audiovisual
Year: 2003
Author: FoAM

starter organism

What happens to life in our embodied actual, when the object of our investigation becomes a virtual replicator?

Type: Audiovisual
Year: 2002
Authors: Nik Gaffney, Maja Kuzmanovic
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