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Publications

Herebelow you find the full list of publications produced by Caradt researchers and professors. The list is very diverse, ranging from peer reviewed conference papers to student project websites. Each result is the optimal intended research goal as the outcome of a plan made by the researcher in collaboration with the professor. There is no indexing or ranking.

2020

Asselbergs, B. & van Dartel, M. (2020) Situated Design Methods in Urban Planning: An educational research case study. AMPS conference on Experiential Design – Rethinking relations between people, objects and environments).

Croes M. & van Dartel, M. (2020) The Interaction Attention Continuum: An Education Application Studyarrow. Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems – CHI ’20.

Gloerich, I., de Waal, M., Ferri, G. Cila, N., Karpinski, T. (2020) The City as a Licence. Implications of Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers for Urban Governance (Frontiers2020).

Nouwens, M., Heerkens, N. & van Dartel, M. (2020), An Invitation to DANCE: Making Sense of Viewer Interaction in Installation Art.arrow (ISEA2020)

Hoegen, Ph. (2020), ANOTHER VERSION: Thinking Through Performing, published by Onomatopee, Eindhoven, in collaboration with Caradt.

Karana, E. (2020), Still Alive: Livingness as a Material Quality in Design. Breda Avans University of Applied Sciences.

Roberts, D. & van Dartel, M. (submitted) Inviting self-transcendence into everyday activities through tangible IoT.

Lugthart, S. & van dartel, M. (submitted) Designing Situated Learning Environments for Media Design Education: A case study.

2019

Karpinski, T., Cila, N., Gloerich, I., Meys, W., de Waal, M. (2019) “Peak Shaving Time”, We Make The City festival, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Lugthart, S. & van Dartel, M. (2019). Teaching Situated Actions: A case study. In: M. Carmo (ed.) International Conference on Education and New Developments (END 2019)arrow Volume I. InScience Press: Portugal, pp. 202-206.

Nazli, C., Gloerich, I., Ferri, G., de Waal, M. and Karpinski, T. (forthcoming) The 721 Blockchain and the Commons: Dilemmas in the Design of Local Platforms. Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems – CHI ’20

Van Dartel, M., & de Rooij, A. (2019). The Innovation Potential of Sensory Augmentation for Public Space. In: Park, J., Nam, J. & Park, J.W. Proceedings of the 25th International Symposium on Electronic Art.arrow Gwangju, Korea, Republic of. Pp.79-84.

Hoegen, Ph. (2019), co-editor ‘Fair Arts Almanac’, published by State of the Arts, BE

Olma, S. (2019) “First Aid in Case of Art: 20 Years of OT301 in Contextarrow”, Amsterdam Alternative, #27, Nov-Dec, p.3.

Olma, S. (2019) “Ideology and the City: De Zwijger as An-aesthetic Interfacearrow”, Amsterdam Alternative, #24, May-June, p. 5.

Olma, S. & Reed, P. (2019), Making and Breakingarrow, Caradt Online Journal, vol 1.

Olma, S. (2019) “Cultural Production and Emancipatory Social Changearrow”, in: Making and Breaking, Caradt Online Journal, vol 1.

Recano, L. (2019) “Hacking Capitalist Realism: on serendipity, social innovation and emancipatory politics – Interview with Sebastian Olmaarrow”, Institute of Network Cultures, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, June 24.

Recano, L. (2019), Hackerare il realismo capitalista: serendipità, innovazione sociale e politiche di emancipazione – Intervista a Sebastian Olmaarrow, TRU, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, October 10.

Stig, M. (dec.2019) Publication of series Profiles (7 images and small text about research at Caradt), De Correspondent.

YAFF (2019), Manifesto: We Are Young Artists, Weimar, Digital Bauhaus Summit.

2018

Asselbergs, B. & van Dartel, M. (2018) Situated Design Methods in Urban Planning: A case study. In: N. Nigten (Ed.) Proceedings of Balance Unbalance 2018: New Value Systems – Sustainability and Social Impact as Drivers for Value Creation

Asselbergs, B. & van Dartel, M. (submitted) Situated Design Methods in Urban Planning: An educational research case study.

Croes M. & van Dartel, M.  (in preparation) The Interaction Attention Continuum: An Education Application Study.

Eikelboom, W. (2018) ‘Ethereal Scent. The Sense of Smell and the Posthuman Experience.’ Posthuman Glossary ed. Rosi Braidotti & Maria Hlavajova: Bloomsbury: 138-140.

Heerkens, N. (2018) An Invitation to DANCE. Catalogus CINEDANS

Hoegen, Ph. (2018), Ventriloquists III, uitgegeven door The Society for Artistic Research in Proceedings 9th SAR Conference: Artistic Research Will Eat Itself.

Hoegen, Ph. (2018), Body of Books: The BAS Collection, performatieve tekst over het kunstenaars initiatief BAS in Istanbul, uitgegeven door Collectorspace, Inc, New York/Istanbul.

Lugthart, S. & van Dartel, M. (2018) Teaching Situated Actions: A case study. In: N. Nigten (2018). In: N. Nigten (Ed.) Proceedings of Balance Unbalance 2018: New Value Systems – Sustainability and Social Impact as Drivers for Value Creation (Extended Abstract)

Lugthart, S. & van Dartel, M. (submitted). Teaching Situated Actions: A case study

Olma, S. (2018), Art & Autonomy: Past – Present – Future, Rotterdam: V2_.

Plough, J. (2018) A conversation with Michel van Dartel. In: Lomme, F. & Plough, J. (Eds.)  We Are The Market! Onomatopee: Eindhoven.

Rebergen, E. (2018) “Provocative community-based humanitarian designarrow”, BunB Programme & proceedings.

Ruhl, A., de Rooij, A., van Dartel, M. (2018) The Artistic Potential of Tactile Vision Interfaces: A First Look. In Proceedings of the ACM Twelfth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction TEI’18. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 73-79. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3173225.3173271arrow (Best Work in Progress)

Stig, M. (2018) Walking in the City, HD 11:32, (film, Caradt genoemd in de aftiteling).

Stig, M, (2018) Seeing without a Seer, publicatie bij tentoonstelling, Hans Gremmen, Caradt genoemd in colofon en artikel)

Stig, M. (2018) DEEP / FLAT (publicatie bij tentoonstelling, Hans Gremmen, essay Basje Boer) (Caradt genoemd in colofon).

Stig, M. (2018), Interviewarrow over onderzoek Vertigo en tentoonstelling Seeing without a Seer door Robert van Altena, voor Springvossen.

Swart, S. (2018) Nederlands e-cultuurbeleid niet langer toonaangevend: Interview met Marleen Stikker, Michel van Dartel en Anne Nigten, Boekman 116: Kunst & Techniek

Van Dartel, M.F. (2018) Art and Design Pedagogies after the Situated Turn. In: Snepvangers, K., and Davis, S. (Eds). Embodied and walking pedagogies engaging the visual domain: Research co-creation and practice. Common Ground Publishing: Champaign IL.

Van Dartel, M.F. and Nigten, A. (2018) The Value of Waste. LEONARDO 51(2). MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

Van Dartel, M. & de Rooij, A. (2018) Sensory Augmentation for Public Space. In: Nigten A. (2018) Proceedings of Balance Unbalance 2018: New Value Systems – Sustainability and Social Impact as Drivers for Value Creation, 41-42. Van Dartel, M. & de Rooij, A. (submitted) Sensory Augmentation for Public Space

Barati, B., Giaccardi, E., & Karana, E. (2018). The making of performativity in designing [with] smart material composites. In Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI18) (pp.5:15:11). ACM. 

2017

Hoegen, Ph. (2018), Body of Books: The BAS Collectionarrow, performative text about the artist initiative BAS in Istanbul, published by Collectorspace, Inc, New York/Istanbul.

Olma, S. (2017), Art and Autonomy: Past, Present, Future, Rotterdam: V2_.

Olma, S. (2017), In Defence of Serendipity, Audio Book: Audible.

Olma, S. (2017), For the Scene Needs Changing: Notes on Paul Segers’ Comradeship with Time,” Paul Segers The Scene Needs Changing, Eindhoven, Onomatopee.

Olma, S. (2017), Using Usership: A (Hopefully) Useful Introduction, In Erik Haagort et. al. Usersip, Breda, Avans University of Applied Sciences.

Olma, S. (2017),  In Defence of Serendipity. The Silicon Emperor is Wearing No Cloths, arrowThe Conversation (Australia), June 13.

Olma, S. (2017), Raum für Müssiggang und Spinnerei – Für eine Radikale Politik der Innovation,” ChangeX, 4. April.

Olma, S. and Reljic, T. (2017), Cities of justice: Reclaiming Valletta from the Market Forces of Gentrification, Malta Today, November 13.

Olma, S. and Altena, A. (2017), Serendipity, Sagacity, Politicsarrow, V2_ Blog.

Rebergen, E. (2017), Geen voorgeprogrammeerde disruptie maar furieus onderwijs voor creatievelingen, arrowNetworkcultures.org (Blog lectoraat Netwerkcultuur HvA), 3 Juli.

Stig, M. (2017), Planar, HD 8:54, film.

Stig, M. (2017), Radical Reversibility, Publicatie Hans Gremmen, Fw-books.

de Rooij, A., van Dartel, M., Ruhl, A., Schraffenberger, H., van Melick, B., Bontje, M., Daams, M., and Witter, M. (2017), Sensory Augmentation Interfaces: A Dialogue between the Arts and Sciences, arrowIn A. Brooks, Brooks, E. & Vidakis, N. (Eds.) Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (LNICST): Interactivity, Game Creation, Design, Learning, and Innovation. Springer: Berlin.

Lugthart, S., van Dartel, M., Quispel, A. (2017),  Plans versus Situated Actions in Immersive Storytelling Practices, arrowIn N. Nunes, I. Oakley, and V. Nisi, (Eds.) Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 10690: Interactive Storytelling (pp. 38-45). Springer: Berlin.

Van Dartel, M.F. (2017), Unravelling Human Situatedness Through Art arrowIn T. van der Zouwen & M. Spindler (Eds.) Flow beyond Systems. Challenging Organisations and Systems (COS), 6(2), pp.1121-1136.

Van Dartel, M.F. (2017), Menselijke waarden bij technologie,  arrowIn: WMNL State of the Art. Vereniging Deltametropool: Rotterdam.

Witter, M. & Calvi, L. (2017), Enabling Augmented Sense-Making (and Pure Experience) with Wearable Technologyarrow, In Y. Chisik, J. Holopainen, R. Khaled, J.L. Silva & P.A. Silva (Eds.) Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (LNICST) 215: Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, pp. 136-141. Springer: Berlin.

Van Dartel, M.F. (2017), Art and Design Pedagogies after the Situated Turn, In: Snepvangers, K., and Davis, S. (Eds) (in press). Embodied and walking pedagogies engaging the visual domain: Research co-creation and practice. Common Ground Publishing: Champaign IL.

Van Dartel, M.F. and Nigten, A. (2017), The Value of Wastearrow, LEONARDO 51(2). MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

Ruhl, A., de Rooij, A., van Dartel, M. (2017), The Artistic Potential of Tactile Vision Interfaces: A First Lookarrow, In Proceedings of the ACM Twelfth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction TEI’18.

Van Dartel, M.F. (2017), A conversation, In: Lomme, F. & Plough, J. (Eds.) We Are The Market! Onomatopee: Eindhoven.

2016

Olma, S. (2016), Autonomy and Weltbezug. Towards an Aesthetic of Performative Defiancearrow,
Breda, Avans university of Applied Sciences.

Olma, S. (2016),  University as Übungsraum. In: Higher Education and the Creative Economy: Beyond the Campus,
London, Routledge.

Gerritsen, M. (Eds.) and Olma S. (Eds.) (2016), From Data to Dada,arrow Breda, MOTI Museum Of The Image.

Gerritsen, M. (red.) en Olma S. (red.) (2016) Beeldcultuurkrant van Dada naar Data, Breda, MOTI Museum Of The Image.

Van Dartel, M.F. (2016), Aesthetics in the Wild: Art and Design Practices and Pedagogies after the Situated Turnarrow, Breda, Avans University of Applied Sciences.

Van Dartel, M.F. (2016), Art and Design Pedagogies after the Situated Turn. In: Snepvangers, K., and Davis, S. (Eds.). Embodied and walking pedagogies engaging the visual domain: Research co-creation and practice. Common Ground Publishing: Champaign IL.

Van Dartel, M.F. and Altena, A. (2016), Data in the 21st Century. In: Futurosity (Meessen, Y. and Slater, M. (Eds.), Rotterdam: Kunstblock.

Van Dartel, M. (Eds.). and Coupland, D. (2016), Machines will make better choices than arrowHumansarrow, V2_Publishing: Rotterdam, NL.

Van Dartel, M.F. (2016), Unravelling Human Situatedness Through Art. In: van der Zouwen, T. and Spindler, M. (Eds.) Flow beyond Systems. Challenging Organisations and Systems (COS). Volume 6 (2)

Van Dartel, M.F. and Nigten, A. (2016) The Value of Waste. LEONARDO

Van Dartel, M.F. (2016), The Cloud is full of Dadaarrow In: From Dada to Data (Gerritsen M. and Olma, S. (Eds.)) Museum of the Image, Breda

‘People are the product of their relationships with their environment. It’s important to understand how technological developments influence these relationships.’

Michel van Dartel arrow

‘Our research group investigates the role artists, designers and cultural producers in general can play in developing the aesthetics and poetics of a desirable future.’

Sebastian Olma arrow

‘The dynamic relationship between humans and living artefacts will continue to evolve reciprocally with mutual care.’

Elvin Karana arrow

‘Almost everything I design is based on giving form to the invisible.’

Tara Karpinski arrow

‘Well beyond their common characterisation as problem-solvers, designers have a role to play in materialising public engagement with collective concern’

Laurens Kolks arrow

‘As a result of my current research, I ask the students the questions “what is your work” and “what works for you.’

Rob Leijdekkers arrow

‘It is through the “not-knowing” that a stimulating and caring environment can be created to confidently share vulnerability.’

Risk Hazekamp arrow

‘Through an interplay of design and research, the apt questions and necessary tools can be discovered and applied to each research project.’

Antal Ruhl arrow

‘Performance is about engaging with versions of the self, stretching the gaze to see what others see when they look at you.’

Philippine Hoegen arrow

‘Bacteria, Fungi, Humans, all part of the same experiment.’

Ward Groutars arrow

‘The essence of the situated, cinematic experience of dance lies in the mental interaction where the public becomes co-author.’

Noud Heerkens arrow

‘To be able to research something thoroughly, you have to deeply engage, not just look at it from the outside.’

Bart Stuart arrow

‘The pleasure of working in the [MI] lab is that microbiological research is carried out from two different approaches.’

John van der Werf arrow

‘I’m interested in how we can implement situated learning within design education.’

Sarah Lugthart arrow

‘I’m interested in harnessing the ingenuity of biological organisms to solve today and tomorrow's problems. ’

Rachel Pringle arrow

‘Doing research connects my practice with teaching; it strengthens and brings them closer together.’

Martine Stig arrow

‘How can the notion of the ‘script’ be used in a situated design practice? ’

Ollie Palmer arrow

‘The ultimate goal is to enable people to improve their lives, making them more enjoyable and comfortable.’

Simone van den Broek arrow

‘Attention during interaction is personal, not a given fact.’

Misha Croes arrow

‘My background in visual art makes me very involved in the content of the expertise centre.’

Wilma Diepens arrow

‘The most difficult and empowering thing as an artist is to stay honest about my work and me. And I'd like to help my students to get there too.’

Aiwen Yin arrow

‘I’m looking for methods that take people as a starting point.’

Michel Witter arrow

‘Getting comfortable with ambiguity enables designers to absorb feedback and use it to make better design choices.’

Gabri Heinrichs arrow

‘Caradt’s practice-led research aims to empower artists and designers to make a meaningful contribution to society through their projects.’

Rens Holslag arrow

‘Exploring and integrating novel perspectives to our everyday through the eyes of fungi.’

Wasabii Ng arrow

‘I look at the ways in which citizens can play an active role in shaping their cities, and how new media and technology can contribute to this.’

Barbara Asselbergs arrow

‘I am eager to explore how unique qualities of ‘living materials’ can transform the way we think, feel and act.’

Hazal Ertürkan arrow

‘‘Clear communication enforces the impact and value of Caradt’s research.’’

Kris Vleugels arrow

‘For me, the iterative design-research process is an exciting journey towards designs that can transform human consciousness.’

Danielle Roberts arrow

‘Disrupting our contemporary society can be a serious design goal.’

Eke Rebergen arrow

‘Nature is a perfect example of an iterative design process. It is inspiring and full of exciting solutions.’

Clarice Risseeuw arrow

‘Power, control and chance play an important role in every creative process. I explore this complicated correlation.’

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