October 19-22, 2017
Brooklyn, NY

Donald Hanson

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Donald Hanson is a technologist working between art, design and creative coding. His work explores interactive aesthetics, live projection, internet technology, glitch art and parameterizing chaos. Recent experiments involve reverse-engineering file formats, building self-altering websites and creating computer controlled video synthesizer patches.

Exhibiting with Tiare Ribeaux

Onion Routing AR Walking TOR

Onion Routing AR Walking TOR is a participatory interpretation of the inner workings of onion routing and the TOR browser using augmented reality and location-based virtual markers. Each participant will visit a group of geolocated 3D models as waypoints around the Radical Networks venue forming a simulation of onion routing where the user represents a programmatically routed data packet. Each route is randomly generated with each stop slowly decrypting a hidden message.

This is part of a larger project, Ubiquitous City, a multi-layered Internet based experience about global supply chain infrastructure told through a series of interactive scenes and puzzles, guiding participants through the tentacular networks of the global marketplace and the world wide web.