“The [Gallery] contains GPS drawings created over land, on water, and in the air along with GPS maps and experiments. There are also contributions from around the world. GPS tracks have been sent from pilots, skydivers, skiers, hikers, cyclists, joggers, and whale hunters.The [Projects] contain specialized ventures that merit specific attention such as animations, documentation of exhibitions, GPS mapping, computer and cardboard models, and workshops conducted in galleries, museums, and in schools.”http://www.gpsdrawing.com
Wikipedia says a bit: “GPS Drawing combines art, travelling (walking, flying and driving) and technology and is a method of drawing that uses GPS to create large-scale artwork.”
“The Mobile City is a conference on locative and mobile media and the city. The conference brings together academics, urban professionals, locative artists, and media designers.
The rise of mobile and locative media like the mobile phone and GPS blur the boundaries between the physical world and the digital world. What does this mean for the city?”
Rotterdam, 27-28 February 2008