Online users of certain cities are participating in the artwork through their everyday virtual communication without being aware of the fact that they have a significant role in the installation. As a result, the audience is confronted with a unique, unpredictable and continuous performance. The Rhythm of City has a multifaceted concept. First of all, geo-located data are translated into the mechanical rhythm of a metronome. Second, there is a twist from digital to physical. The digital data are translated into physical kinetic motion and sound. Thus, the meaning of data has been altered and applied for totally different purposes.
To be more precise, the same has happened with the metronome — the device has been given a new and unexpected function from its original one. And finally, the users of geo-located social media are influencing the rhythm of a metronome in real-time Guljajeva and Canet In other words, the online participants of selected locations, who have no idea about their role, collectively determine the score, and thus, have a core role in the physical installation.
Although the participants are not aware of their part, the interactive system of The Rhythm of City is open towards the indirect post-participative input , which comes from social media users, and the role of the artist is less present. User-generated big data do not stand for the data anymore, but rather for constant and involuntary participation. They had discovered a positive correlation between the walking speed of pedestrians and the size of a city. Simply put: the bigger a city, faster move people. Hence, The artwork talks about pace of life in different cities at the same moment when the piece is viewed.
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