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Jake Barton is recognized as a leader in the field of interaction design for physical spaces, and in the creation of collaborative storytelling projects where participants generate content. He is founder and principal of Local Projects, an award-winning media design firm for museums and public spaces.

Jake was a finalist for the National Design Award in Communications in 2006 and attended the White House reception hosted by the First Lady and the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. He has lectured extensively at conferences including the Gravity Free Design Conference in Chicago, UX Week in San Francisco, and the IDEA Conference in both Seattle and New York.

His work has received several medals from the IDSA Industrial Designers Society of America, five awards from ID Magazine, and three from the AIGA. He has a master's degree from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, where he currently teaches the master's thesis class.

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2002F
SExhibiting Artist
 
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C-MAP produces highly detailed vector-based charts compatible with most PC-based navigation systems. They created a wall of GIS maps illustrating social and economic trends for the We Love New York exhibition at Eyebeam.

 
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An internet mapping service and spatial data warehouse which produced computer kiosks with interactive mapping tools for the We Love New York exhibition at Eyebeam.

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2002FAdvisory Council
SAdvisory Council
 
Start Date: 
8 Aug 2002 - 24 Aug 2002
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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This Celebration of New York City engaged in theory and practice about civil liberties and public space. Eyebeam sponsored an exhibition and a series of workshops that were free to the public. Visitors and participants learned about surveillance technology, the open wireless movement, tactical media and GIS mapping techniques.

On View: An 80-foot long day-glow map of Manhattan by Sumant Jayakrishnan, a luminous 3D model of the skyline by John Klima, computer kiosks with interactive mapping tools by Community Cartography, the City of Memory project by Jake Barton, and a wall of GIS maps illustrating social and economic trends by C-Map and others.

Public Programs: Workshops on surveillance, wireless, urban geography, and tactical media led by the Institute for Applied Autonomy, the Surveillance Camera Players, NYPIRG's Community Mapping Assistance Project, Matt Jones (the inventor of "warchalking"), NYC Wireless, Critical Art Ensemble, Beatriz da Costa, and others.

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