During the first half of 2011, I looked at the potential of Augmented Reality mobile technology (AR) for creating awareness around issues of public and private space.  The project ‘i Believe’ came into existence in part due to a previous project Intimacy in Public Space: Site Specific Performance & Interventionist Work with New Media in which I and fellow artist (Sarah Nesbitt) had curated during the Art Matters Festival (Montreal, 2007) The project had involved a series of performance-based interventions where artists were asked to create intimate moments between themselves and the public questioning notions about intimacy or lack thereof, within public spaces.

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