Posts Tagged: interactive media art
Process or Product?
“When art is a form of behaviour, software predominates over hardware in the creative sphere. Process replaces product in importance, just as system supersedes structure.”(Roy Ascott, 1968) (Retrieved 24.10.11 from http://www.i-dat.org/about/) Katy Connor, Bristol-based artist and associate artist at the research group i-DAT (part of the Centre for Art, Media and Design Research, Faculty of [...]
Can a field of light become a screen?
When confronted to the question What is a screen?, multiple ideas emerge. As a medium, there has to be an input, and an output of information in form of light. The image shown is taken from Bruce Munro’s light installation as seen at the Eden Project in Cornwall frcom November 08 to March 09. It [...]
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/22583001[/vimeo] London-based Wellcome Trust is a global charitable foundation dedicated to achieving improvements in human and animal health. This year they celebrate their 75th anniversary, and they hold a special exhibition that introduces visitors to some of the key people behind the Trust’s achievements, including the Human Genome Project; malaria drug discovery; funding of science and [...]
Light as Artistic Medium: Paul Klotz (and the Meaningfulness of Interactive Features in Media Artworks)
Paul Klotz is an applied art engineer and light designer who specializes in interactive light installations for public spaces. By means of light and sound installations which create a feedback loops between the passerby and the installation upon physical interaction with the artwork, he attempts to set up in public spaces artistic zones which captivate, [...]