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This course explores locative media and interactive public art practices focusing on issues related to architecture, local history, public sphere and the spatialization of narrative. Locative media is defined as the digital media applied and developed in relationship to real places and thus triggering real cultural and social interactions. Locative media is radically changing the spaces we inhabit — with regard to public and private, local and global, behavior, expectations and cultural access. The course provides a context within which students can develop a more profound knowledge of the creative possibilities associated with locative media. The course has three dimensions: practical, theoretical and research, and will be developed in collaboration with professors from local universities of Architecture and/or Polytechnic (Computer science and engineering).