Interactive Public Art Exhibition in conjunction with Japan's premier mobile communications company.
NTT DoCoMo are the providers of wireless voice and data
communications to tens of millions of subscribers.
To create a public art exhibition showing the inherent and growing symbiosis between mobile, technology and art.
We began integrating the mobile phone into our lives 15 years ago. Now, our mobile phones are with us wherever we are, like part of our body. It is such a necessary and integral part of communication today, like a net that connects us.
Art is no longer a possession of the few but available to all in many forms using many mediums.
Delaware is a mixed media artist group who make art for mobiles, using mobiles. In 2001, Delaware collaborated with Japanese mobile company I-Mode. They created a series of graphics and ring tone data for the mobile phone system, including screensavers, wallpapers, ringtones music, and the I-Mode mobile phone icons.
To exhibit a Delaware show at a leading art space.
To exhibit Delaware art using bluetoothing to those walking in and around Liverpool Street Station, and to extend that to floor graphics and banners.
To create a series of talks around the growing fusion of technology and art.