Outro site interessante nessa discussão sobre mobilidade, cidade, arte e tecnologia é o GlowLab. Para quem tem interesse no tema vale uma visita.

“Founded in 2002 as an independent curatorial project of Brooklyn-based artist and curator Christina Ray, we track emerging approaches to psychogeography, the creative investigation of the physical and psychological landscape of cities, by:

developing interactive artworks and projects;
curating events and exhibitions;
publishing a web-based magazine;
hosting a monthly gathering for the presentation of artists’ works;
producing Conflux, an annual festival in New York for the creative investigation of urban public space.
Psychogeography originated in the 1950s within European avant-garde groups the Lettrists and the Situationist International who explored the city by engaging in “dérives” or observational drifts with the intention of discovering new perspectives on urban life. Interest in psychogeography remains strong today, and current interpretations include artistic, political, philosophical and scientific work in fields ranging from street art to mobile technology.

Glowlab is particularly interested in the psychogeographic elements of contemporary public-space artwork. The work we produce and present is created by artists whose primary inspiration is the urban environment and its complex physical, social, psychological and technological orders and disorders.

We have collaborated with and received support from organizations including the New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYSCA [The New York State Council on the Arts], NYFA [New York Foundation for the Arts], Eyebeam, Rhizome, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Brooklyn Arts Council, the Van Alen Institute, the Williamsburg Gallery Association, Intel’s Berkeley Research Lab, Southern Exposure, ISEA, Art Interactive, Parsons School of Design, Hunter College, the Cooper Union, the Maryland Institute College of Art, University of Pennsylvania Design School and more.

Projects have been featured extensively in exhibitions and in publications including the New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, The Village Voice, Time Out, New York Press, Adbusters, Flash Art and Art Review magazines and many others.”