dhr. dr. M.D. (Marc) Tuters


  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
    Capaciteitsgroep Media & Cultuur
  • Bezoekadres
    BG 1
    Turfdraagsterpad 9  
  • Postadres:
    Turfdraagsterpad  9
    1012 XT  Amsterdam
  • M.D.Tuters@uva.nl

Current (2016-17)

MA

BA

Past

  • “BA Research Workgroup, Topic: Self as Enterprise" BE elective, seminar format, 6 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 1, Block 1, 2016
  • “New Media Literary Forms," MA elective, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 2, 2015
  • “Code & Culture," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 6 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 2, Block 2, 2015
  • “New Media Spatial Imaginaries," BA core course, lecture format, 6 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 2, Block 1, 2015
  • “Television Theory Seminar, Topic: Network Sublime" MA core course, seminar format, 6 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 1, Block 1, 2015
  • “Code & Culture," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 6 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 2, Block 2, 2014 
  • “New Media Literary Forms," MA elective, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 2, 2014
  • “New Media Spatial Imaginaries," BA core course, lecture format, 6 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 2, Block 1, 2014
  • “Perspectives on Games," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, Amsterdam University College, Communications, Semester 2, 2014
  • “Perspectives on Games," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, Amsterdam University College, Communications, Semester 2, 2014
  • “Mediated Communication & Games," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, Amsterdam University College, Communications, Semester 2, 2014
  • “Perspectives on Games," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, Amsterdam University College, Communications, Semester 2, 2013
  • “Mediated Communication & Games," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, Amsterdam University College, Communications, Semester 2, 2013
  • “Data Culture," BA elective, 6 credits, lecture format, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 1, Block 1, 2013
  • “Locating Media," BA elective, seminar format, 6 credits, Siegen University, New Media, Semesters 1 & 2, 2012-13
  • “Multimedia," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, Amsterdam University College, Communications, Semester 1, 2013
  •  “Multimedia," BA core course, seminar & lecture format, 12 credits, Amsterdam University College, Communications, Semester 1, 2012
  • “Media Art & Critical Design," BA elective, lecture format, 6 credits, University of Amsterdam, New Media and Digital Culture, Semester 2, Block 2, 2011

Grants, Fellowships & Awards

  • Post-doctorate grant application, submitted August 2016, NWO Rubicon (Alpha & Gamma)
  • Visiting Research Professorship, October 2012 – March 2013, Universität Siegen, Tristan Thielmann (Director)
  • Graduate Fellow, September 2008 – September 2009, Media Design Department of Keio University, Tokyo, Masa Inakage (Dean)
  • Doctoral Fellow, September 2009 – September 2012, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
  • Research Fellow, June – September 2008, "Mixed Reality Lab" National University of Singapore, Singapore, Adrian Cheok (Director)
  • Annenberg Fellow, August 2005 – May 2008, University Southern California, Los Angeles, Jonathan Aaronson (Director)
  • Contributors Award, June 2006, Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology, Los Angeles (US)
  • Principal Investigator, August 2004 – May 2005, "Mobile Digital Commons Network," Concordia University, Montreal, Sara Diamond (Co-PI)
  • Contributors Award, October 2004, Virtual Systems Multimedia, Gifu (JP) 
  • President’s Award, October 2003, Virtual Systems Multimedia, Montreal (CDN)
  • Industry Fellowship, March – October 2003, "Interactive Project Lab," Banff New Media Institute, Alberta, Sara Diamond (Director)

Artistic Research

  • Workshop co-designer: "Designing for Ownership," July 9-14, 2012, Strelka Institute, Moscow (RU), Michiel de Lange (Collaborator)
  • Artist resident: "Ritournelle," April 2011, Impakt Works Residency, Utrecht (NL), Arjon Dunnewind (Curator)
  • Media Arts Production Grant, June – August 2006, Conseil des Arts et Letres du Quebec Montreal (CDN)
  • Consultant, March – May 2005, Govcom.Org Foundation, Amsterdam, Richard Rogers (Director)
  • Invited expert, "MDCN Design Workshop," December 12-17, 2004, Banff New Media Institute, Banff (CDN), Sara Diamond (Organizer)
  • Event Programmer, September – October 2004,“Trans Cultural Mapping: Art & Communication 7" conference, & editing of “Locative Media Reader," RIXC Centre for New Media Culture, Riga (LV)
  • Event Programmer, August 2004,"Mapping Space, the Social Potential of Locative Media" & "Tracing Space: the Artistic Potential of Locative Media," International Society for Electronic Arts, Helsinki (FI)
  • Invited expert, "Makrolab," August 25-28 2004, Projekt Atol, Suomellina, Helsinki (FI)
  • Event Programmer, May 1-3, 2004,"Locative Media Workshop" & "Locative Media Panel," Futuresonic, URBIS, Manchester (UK)
  • Invited expert,"Creative Crossings," April 29-30, 2004, Finish Institute, London (UK)
  • Invited expert,"Open-Source City," April 10-16, 2004, Elipse & Syndicate Potentiel, Strasbourg (FR)
  • Consultant, January – March 2004, "MUSE Network," Simon Fraser University, Vancouver (CDN), Richard Smith (Academic Liason)
  • Consultant, November – December 2004,"Pervasive and Locative Arts Network," University of Nottingham, Drew Hemment (Director)
  • Consultant, April – October 2004, on "Locative Network," Riga Centre for New Media Culture, Riga, Rasa Smite (Director)
  • Event Programmer, July 2003,"Locative Media Workshop," K@2, Karosta (LV)
  • Event Programmer, October 2003, "Locative Media and Collaborative Cartography," Virtual Systems Multimedia Society, Montreal Science Centre, Montreal (CDN)
  • Event Programmer, September 2003,"Locative Media Workshop," Next Five Minutes, De Balie, Amsterdam (NL)
  • Artist resident: RIXC Centre For New Media Culture, November-December 2002, Riga (LV)
  • Artist resident: Banff New Media Institute, August-September 2002, Banff (CDN)
  • Predevelopment Grant, October – August 2002, Téléfilm Canada New Media Fund, Montreal (CDN)

Publications

  • “Dialectics of Secular Revelation: Jameson’s Cognitive Mapping Aesthetic, Thirty Years on.” In Krisis Journal for Contemporary Philosophy. forthcoming
  • “Software-Sorted Subjunctive Sovereignties: Review of Benjamin H. Bratton, The Stack: on Software and Sovereignty.” In Computational Culture Journal. forthcoming 
  • “The Situational Sublime: Positionality as Critical Practice” in Sociologica: Italian journal of Sociology, special issue on “Other Senses of Place: Sociospatial Practices in the Contemporary Media Environment” (Federica Timeto ED), Sept-Dec 2015
  • “Through Glass Darkly: Google’s Gnostic Governance” in Postdigital Aesthetics: Art, Computation and Design, (David Berry ED), Palgrave Macmillan, June 2015
  • “Metabolic Metaphysics: Interaction Design From Farm to Fork to Phenotype,” co-authored w/ Dr. Denis Kera, in Eat, Cook, Grow: Mixing Human-Computer Interactions with Human-Food Interactions (Jaz Choi ED), MIT Press, April 2014. Cited by 13
  • “Executable Urbanisms: Messing with Ubicomp’s Singular Future,” co-authored w/ Michiel de Lange, in Locative Media (Regine Buschauer & Katherine Willis ED), Verlag Press, February 2013
  • “From mannerist situationism to situated media” in Convergence: International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, special issue on Locative Media, SAGE, August 2012. Cited by 14
  • “Locating "locative": The genealogy of a keyword” in Acoustic Space: Networks and Sustainability, 10., (Armin Medosch & Rasa Smite ED), 2011
  • “Forget Psychogeography: The Object-Turn in Locative Media.” In Conference Media in Transition (Vol. 7) 2011. Cited by 6
  • “From Control Society to the Parliament of Things: Designing Object Relations with an Internet of Things” Proceedings of Digital Arts and Culture Conference. Plenaries: After Media — Embodiment and Context (Simon Penny ED), 2009
  • "Culture: Media Convergence and Networked Participation," co-authored with Mitzuko Ito, Todd Richmond & Adrienne Russell, in Networked Publics, (Kazys Varnelis ED), MIT Press, 2008
  • "Geo-storytelling: A Living Archive of Spatial Culture,” (co-authored with Refsland S., and Cooley J.,), in Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage: A Critical Discourse (Media in Transition), (Sarah Kenderdine ED), MITPress, 2007. Cited by 6
  • "Beyond Locative Media: Giving Shape to the Internet of Things," (co-authored with K. Varnelis), in Leonardo, Volume 39, Issue 4, MITPress, 2006. Cited by 197
  • “Locative space: Situated and interconnected.” Networked Publics 11 October 2005. Cited by 6.
  • “The locative commons: situating location-based media in urban public space.” In Electronic Proceedings of the 2004 Futuresonic Conference. 2004. Cited by 51
  • “The locative utopia.” In Acoustic Space Nr. 5: Trans-Cultural Mapping. 2004. Cited by 11 (also co-editor)
  • "Locative Media as the Digital Production of Space," in Geography Volume 89(1), Geographical Association, 2004

Invited & keynote presentations

  • “Full Spectrum Citizenship," July 14, 2015, lecture at Impakt, Utrecht (NL), Arjon Dunnewind (Curator)  
  • “On Dislocation” (Keynote), June 23, 2014, at Digital Methods Summer School, University of Amsterdam, Richard Rogers (Organizer)
  • Keynote lecture at Invisible Cities: Located Knowledge and Digital Design, October 26, 2013, University of Waterloo, Beth Coleman (Organizer)
  • “Locative media as Cosmopolitics," Amber Conference, November 6, 2010, Istanbul, Zeynep Gunduz (Organizer)
  • “From Locative Media to Habitat Centered Design," IMPAKT Festival’s “The City as Interface," October 15, 2010, Utrecht (NL), Sabine Neiderer (Curator)
  • "From Control Society to Parliament of Things: Designing Object Relations with an Internet of Things” (Opening Plenary Lecture), at DAC'09, Digital Arts and Culture: After Media, Embodiment and Context, December 13, 2009, Irvine (USA), Simon Penny (Organizer)
  • "Designing Fictions for an Internet of Things” (Keynote) at Symposium of the 4th International Festival of Mobile Art / Vivo arte.mov. November 13, 2009, Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Lucas Bambozzi (Organizer)
  • Opening Plenary Lecture at "Culture, Technology and Asian Pop Culture," ISEA2008, July 25, 2008, National University of Singapore, Singapore (SG)
  • Lecture at "Mapping New Media Ecology," February 10, 2007, Design Center, Minneapolis (USA), Jan Abrams (Organizer)
  • Keynote Lecture at International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology (an ACM SIGCHI event), June 15, 2006, Hollywood California
  •  Workshop on Urban Play and Locative Media, October 18-20, 2005, Nabi, Seoul (SK)
  •  Lecture at "Cybersalon Presents: Wireless Futures," October 4, 2005, Dana Science Museum, London (UK)
  •  Lecture at "Centre for Information Technology and Society," May 31, 2005, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara (USA)
  •  Lecture at  "Bodies at Play: Shaping and Mapping Mobile Applications," May 20, 2005, Banff New Media Insitute, Banff (CDN)
  •  Lecture at "Sensing Location," November 11, 2004, Dutch Electronic Arts Festival, Rotterdam (NL), published as "Cartographic Command Centre" in Feelings Are Always Local, Netherlands Architecture Institute
  •  Lecture at "You Are Here: How Location-Aware Media Are Transforming Urban Environments," October 13, 2004, McLuhan International Festival of the Future, Drake Hotel, Toronto (CDN)
  •  Lecture at "Open-Source Encounters," June 17-19 2004, Elipse, Tours (FR)
  •  Lecture (& Panel Programming) at "Mobotopia" panel, February 1, 2004, Transmediale Festival, House of World Culture, Berlin (DE)

Panel presentations

  •  “Representing the Unknowable: Cognitive Maps in Locative Art and Theatre," April 5, 2013, Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, University of Toronto, Koonyong Kim (Organizer)
  •  “Hungry For Data: Going Beyond The Local Fetish Through Food Traceability Interfaces” at Urban Food Futures: ICTs and Opportunities, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK, December 14, 2011
  •  “Beyond Locative Media: Media Arts After the Spatial Turn” (Lecture & Chair) at ISEA 2011, September 20, 2011, Istanbul, Lanfranco Aceti (Organizer)
  •  “A Pointless Vision for the Future of Amsterdam," PICNIC Festival, September 18, 2011, Amsterdam, European Journalism Centre (Organizer)
  •  “Drifting," Digital Methods Initiative Winter Conference, January 24, 2010, Amsterdam, Richard Rogers (Organizer)
  •  “Food Traceability,"  Lift@WeiMarch : sustainable interaction with food, technology, and the city, Octover 31, 2010, WeiMarch (DE) Jaz Hee-jeong Choi and Marcus Foth (Organizers)
  •  “Food Traceability," at European Summer School in Cultural Studies yearly event on "The Cultures of Food, Eating and Cooking," 26-31 July 2010, London (UK), Paul Craddock (Organizer)
  •  “Forget Psychogeography: locative media as Cosmopolitics," at Manchester Architectural Research Centre, June 25, 2010, Manchester (UK), Albena Yaneva (Organizer) 
  •  Panel moderation and artist presentation at “WAVES," August 25 - 26, 2006, Exhibition Hall ARSENALS of the Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga (LV)
  •  Lecture at “ART&COMMUNICATION 6," May 15-18, 2003, RIXC Centre for New Media Culture, Riga (LV) published n Acoustic Space Reader, RIXC Centre for New Media Culture, publisher
  •  “Locative Media and Networked Architectures” November 5th 2003, Architecture Association, London (UK)
  •  Lecture at “Festival Contemporaine de Multi-Media," October 14th 2003, Societé des Arts Technologiques, Montreal (CDN)
  •  Lecture at "Subtle Technologies," May 23, 2003, University of Toronto, Toronto (CDN)
  •  Lecture at "Intimate Technologies/Dangerous Zones," April 25, 2002 Banff New Media Centre, Banff (CDN)
  •  Lecture at "Mobilize," May 25th 2001, University of Surrey, Surrey (UK)

2017

  • Tuters, M. D. (in preparation). Dialectics of Secular Revelation: Jameson’s Cognitive Mapping Aesthetic, Thirty Years on. Krisis.

2015

  • Tuters, M. (2015). The Situational Sublime: Positionality as Critical Practice. Sociologica, 2015(3), 1-17. DOI: 10.2383/82478 

2012

  • Tuters, M. (2012). From mannerist situationism to situated media. Convergence : The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 18(3), 267-282. DOI: 10.1177/1354856512441149  [details] 

2015

  • Tuters, M. (2015). Through Glass Darkly: On Google’s Gnostic Governance. In D. M. Berry, & M. Dieter (Eds.), Postdigital Aesthetics: Art, Computation and Design (pp. 245-258). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI: 10.1057/9781137437204_19  [details] 

2014

  • Tuters, M., & Kera, D. (2014). Hungry for Data: Metaolic Interaction from Farm to Fork to Phenotype. In J. H-J. Choi, M. Foth, & G. Hearn (Eds.), Eat, Cook, Grow: Mixing Human-Computer Interactions with Human-Food Interactions (pp. 243-264). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [details] 

2013

  • Tuters, M. D., & de Lange, M. (2013). Executable Urbanisms: Messing with Ubicomp’s Singular Future. In R. dr Buschauer, & K. dr Willis (Eds.), Locative Media: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Media and Locality. (pp. 51-71). Bielefeld: Transcript-Verlag.
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